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Myine Electronics IR001 WiFi Internet Radio Adaptor

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  • Internet Radio Adaptor that connects automatically to any wireless internet network in about 3 minutes without the need of a computer
  • Listen to NPR or your favorite local channels in CD like quality.
  • Ira features over 11,000 stations from just about every country in the world. Filter by location or genre to find new stations in under 30 seconds
  • Includes On Demand Podcast programming for many stations so you can listen to your favorite shows when you want.
  • One-touch STAR button to store up to 40 of your favorite stations. Remembers your favorites even if it is unplugged or in case of power loss.
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Product Specifications

Brand NameMYINE ELECTRONICS
Color NameBlack

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: MYINE ELECTRONICS
  • Model: IR001
  • Color Name: Black
  • Warranty: 1 year

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 6 x 3 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001SEQSDK
  • Item model number: IR001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,709 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2009

Product Description

Product Description

Do you have wireless Internet? Do you want to get FREE music, sports, and news from around the world? Tired of confusing terminology and confusing features? Meet Ira – Our Internet Radio Adaptor that connects automatically to any wireless internet network. Extra features were intentionally removed so you can quickly listen to free music, sports, and news, without the extra hassles. Just take it out of the box, plug it in, connect it to your home stereo or boombox and use it. Automatically sets up in about three minutes and doesn't need a computer. All cables included. Ira has over 11,000 stations from just about every country in the world. Filter by location or genre to find new stations in under 30 seconds. Listen to NPR or your favorite local channels in CD like quality. Includes On Demand Podcast programming for many stations so you can listen to your favorite shows when you want. Includes a one-touch “STAR” button to store up to 40 of your favorite stations.

From the Manufacturer

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Enjoy Thousands of Free Internet Radio Stations with Ira Internet Radio Adapter:

Get the world's music and news at your fingertips with The Ira (Internet Radio Adapter) that automatically connects to any wireless network in minutes — all without a computer, subscriptions or monthly fees! The Ira gives you access to over 16,000 stations from around the world including news, music, sports and talk. In addition, Ira is equipped with a USB port that lets you play MP3 files and even stream media directly from your computer through your home stereo systems.

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16,000 Radio Stations From Around the World:

Enjoy thousands of radio station options from around the world with no monthly fee with the Ira.

 
 
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Auto Wi-Fi setup:

Automatically connects to your home Internet connection and supports WPS.

 
 
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No Subscriptions. No Fees.

With the Ira there aren't any fees, just the music you love, your way. Sweet.

 
 
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All cables included

Includes gold-plated RCA cables and 1/8” adapter for stereos with AUX input (1/8” stereo male to RCA female)


    Comes With Everything You Need. No Installation Necessary. Includes:

  • Ira Wi-Fi Internet Radio Adapter
  • Gold plated RCA and Aux adapter
  • AC power cord
  • Quick-Start guide

How It Works:

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Customer Reviews

Good quality sound.
Bigstroke
You can search by country, genre of music, stations, or new or popular stations.
PT Cruiser
SETUP ----- This unit was very easy to set up.
Arnim Zola

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 91 people found the following review helpful By PT Cruiser TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 24, 2009
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This little internet radio device is jumping-up-and-down cool! Five minutes after opening the box I was listening to a newscast from France (in French, course) then jazz from Australia, rock from Iceland and later opera and classical music from Italy. How cool is that?

The device doesn't have any speakers of it's own, but comes with and RCA jack that you connect to your receiver, TV, boom box or even a little clock radio. There's an adapter included with a smaller plug for the later. There's a little LCD screen that you operate with a small remote control that's also included. The first thing I did after I connected it to my receiver was to turn it on and go through the menu and set the date and time and hook up to my home WiFi network. It came with a manual which is very well written and understandable, but I didn't even need it. When I clicked on "Network" the name of my WiFi network popped up, I selected it in the menu, entered the password, and it connected in about 15 seconds and it was ready to go. It was super easy. And since it uses Wi-Fi to connect, you don't need a computer. This goes directly to your receiver.

The IRA is classy looking, even though it's made of plastic. I posted some photos of it. I set mine of top of the Blu-ray player in my stereo cabinet. The display screen is easy to read and the menus easy to navigate. You can search by country, genre of music, stations, or new or popular stations. There is an automatic software update feature through the Wi-Fi network or you can check yourself to see if there are any updates available. It also has volume control on the remote.
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100 of 109 people found the following review helpful By Michael D. Kastler on September 18, 2009
The press release from Myine Electronics states "Myine's Ira Wireless Internet Radio is designed to harness the universe of radio broadcasts available on the Internet and to allow user enjoyment anywhere a wireless internet connection, a speaker system and power sources are available." And that pretty well sums it up - and it does a great job at it too!

The general point of the unit is to not only give you access to the world of internet streaming radio and podcasts, but to do it easily, quickly, and without having to know a whole lot about what's going on with your network or connections. "There is a lack of good products available for people who are not tech savvy or just busy," said Jake Sigal, Principal and Founder of Myine Electronics. "Ira doesn't have any unnecessary bells and whistles, and sets up automatically right out of the box without a computer. We believe that with potentially confusing electronics, less is more."

When you first break the Ira out of the box, you'll see that it comes with the unit itself, a power cable, and a remote. It relies on WiFi being available to access the internet, and this is the first caution I would give potential buyers - make sure you have WiFi in your home, and that it is strong in the area you intend to put the Ira. The Ira seems very sensitive to interference and distance, so don't expect it to work as consistently and quickly as your laptop card does.

After plugging it in to the power and a set of speakers or a receiver, the next thing you'll need to do is configure it to access that WiFi broadcast. Although the Ira is geared towards `low-tech' users, it will definitely take some knowledge of networking and network configuration (plus a fair amount of patience) if you have any security enabled.
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64 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Mindcrime VINE VOICE on March 24, 2009
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I setup the unit and connected it to my stereo. Now it was time to connect it to my wireless network. Wait, the remote doesn't seem to be working. Wonder if its DOA or battery not connected. Fast forward several minutes later and I notice that something seems backwards on the remote. With the remote in my hand I press the menu buttons to try and navigate the menu system but no response. Then I realize that the buttons seem backwards as the infrared window is pointing back to me when I have the remote correctly in my hand. Now I'm wondering if the top of the remote was installed backwards. I take a gamble and start pealing back the top of the remote (basically a sticky top with metal connectors that connect to the board to engage the buttons.) Thats when I realize that yes, the top of the remote was put on backwards and once I pealed it off and turned it around and got it to stick back on correctly the remote now works. Just a quality control issue at the factory so hopefully not something many will see but the Myine company should make note in case its happening to others.

Once I got the remote working all was well, i could navigate the unit and set it up on my wireless network. It found the different radio stations and it played over my stereo. Easy to setup if you are familiar with your typical wireless network setup. One thing I think they should change is that when you want to manually enter in IP address information etc you have to hit the button on the remote once for each ip number you want to move up or down. When you are in the 192.168 range this can get old. They need to change it so when you hold down the up or down button on the remote it scrolls through the numbers rather than having to hit it each time you want to move up and down.
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