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Sangean WFT-1 Internet Radio Component Tuner

by Sangean
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  • Access over 10,000 Internet Radio Stations
  • Play Music stored on your computer
  • 20 Preset Stations
  • FM-RDS
  • Remote Control
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSangean
Color NameBLK

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10 x 3 inches ; 8.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0017W3WDC
  • Item model number: WFT-1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,177 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 24, 2008

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Now you can enjoy the excitement of accessing over 16,000 Internet radio stations through your home theater system when you add a new Sangean WFT-1 Component Internet Radio Tuner. In addition, enjoy any of your local standard FM broadcasts using the built-in FM tuner with RDS. Or upload your favorite Internet station using Sangean WFT-1's "My Station" feature allowing quick and easy future access. The Sangean WFT-1 offers the ultimate way to add Internet radio to your existing home stereo or home theater setup.

Sangean
WFT-1 Internet Radio / Network Music Player / FM-RDS (RBDS) Set Top Box
  • Wi-Fi Internet Radio / FM-RBDS
  • Immediate Access to over 15,000 Internet Stations Worldwide
  • Internet Radio Plays MP3 / WMA / RM / RAM
  • Plays Music Stored on your Computer
  • Real Audio, MP3, AAC + and WMA Compatible
  • Search by Country, Genre and my Favorite Radios
  • Plug and Play
Sangean
Sangean WFT-1
Access over 16,000 Internet radio stations through your home theater. View larger

Sangean WFT-1
Easily connect to your home wireless network and enjoy Internet radio. View larger
Wireless Internet Radio

You no longer need to be glued to your computer to access your favorite Internet station, nor do you even have to have your computer on. All you need is a broadband Internet connection and a wired or wireless router. Add to your listening pleasure by creating your own Digital Music Library with 20 preset stations.

Stream Music from PC, Mac, or USB

The WFT-1 can connect to your home network to stream audio content from your PC or Mac. The WFT-1 supports MP3, WMA, AAC+ and Real Audio files. In addition, it can connect to Windows Shares and UPnP devices if your music is stored on a network-attached storage (NAS) device.

In addition, the WFT-1 features a USB port to play music off of a USB thumb stick or flash drive.

Attractive Styling for Your Home Entertainment System

The cabinet of the WFT-1 is attractively styled to match most home theater systems. Simply plug it in to a power outlet, connect the outputs, and you're ready to connect to your home wireless network and enjoy Internet radio through your home entertainment system. It is Real Audio, MP3, AAC+ and WMA compatible. A full-function remote control is included.

Connect Wired or Wirelessly

The Sangean WFT-1 Internet radio can connect to your home broadband network via the built-in Ethernet port or via Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi antenna supports 802.11b/g networks and supports WEP and WPA (TKIP) encryption.

Alarm Timer

While the WFT-1 works great in any room, an alarm and a sleep timer make the WFT-1 ideal for bedroom stereo setups. Choose to wake to the FM tuner, your favorite Internet radio station, or a buzzer.

Remote Control Included

The WFT-1 includes a full-function infrared remote control for easy control of your Internet radio.

Technical Specifications

  • Display: 3-line alphanumeric LCD
  • Presets: 20
  • Inputs: Ethernet port (RJ-45)
  • Outputs: 3.5mm headphone jack, RCA Line-Out
  • Alarm: Alarm Timer Plus Sleep Timer
  • Digital File Support: MP3, WMA, AAC, Real Audio
  • Network: Ethernet or Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
  • DLNA Certified: Yes
  • Power Supply: AC
  • Output Power: 5 + 5mW
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 16.83" x 2.98" x 11.92"
  • Weight: 5 lbs 11.7 oz

Product Description

Connects to your entertainment system allowing access to over 10,000 internet radio stations.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Hence, 5 stars.
Peter J. Scheidler
The sound quality is great.
Classicat
WiFi setup was easy..
Joe Charmella

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Thomas on October 1, 2008
Specifications and chips used in the WFT-1 set my expectations for this internet radio to be best in class. It may be if you could get past the rather clunky user interface and barely adequate user manual. If you have a wired ethernet connection everything is pretty straight forward and the device can be configured without incident. Setting up wireless connection is a different story. 1.) If you use wireless security and you happen to have down rev WFT-1 firmware the radio makes a nice door stop. For example, you try to enter a 26 character (128 bit) WEP key you find the display does not show the whole key value past a certain number of characters and the method to set the characters by using the tuning knob to select from a list of possible characters stops working as the display software / user interface has a bug(s) in it making it impossible to accomplish this task. Did anybody test these features?
If you are able to connect the WFT-1 using wired network access - you can get a newer copy of WFT-1 firmware which seems to fix the key entry and display bugs I mention. I still cannot connect successfully via wireless - why I am not sure - I don't think its operator error. You won't get any clues from the user manual if you happen to be that rare individual who actually reads product manuals. A couple of calls and an email to tech support in the USA, I was able to get a name and leave a message - no instant resolution and no useful FAQ or support information on the SANGEAN WEB site. Hopefully I'll be able to talk to someone knowledgeable .... soon!

The WFT-1 has an ethernet and USB port - it would be great if you could connect a computer to either port and configure it from there, at least to get the thing up and running.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Foatus on October 7, 2008
I have a typical component stereo system and wanted Internet radio without all the hassle associated with a computer. Lucky for me Sangean came out with the WFT-1 right when I started looking for something and it was an obvious fit. Wireless setup was simple and easy and I have yet to use the hardwired connection. The RCA cable plugs right into the AUX port of my amp. The user interface clean and direct. For the most part I use the "Last Listened" to menu item to shuffle between the 10 stations or so I listen to throughout the day. One nice thing about the WFT-1 that might not be immediately obvious is that you can get HD stations and they sound great!
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By bensonb on November 13, 2008
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I must concur with the consensus of reviews here: this unit's interface is clunky and its instruction manual is beyond inadequate, BUT...this product is by itself right now in occupying its niche as a component tuner, and if you can get by its shortcomings, it works.

Two caveats: 1) the unit never quite powers down. The "Power" button just puts the unit in standby with the display still active. I noticed this morning after a night of this standby condition that the cabinet was warm. I take from this that I should believe the manual when it cautions to unplug the unit when it's not going to be used for a while. 2) since this unit connects to an internet wifi portal web site to obtain its station lists, when that portal is down for maintenance or whatever you're out of luck.

Overall, I applaud Sangean for its innovation, and I suppose for a first generation unit this is a good product. Be prepared to fiddle with it.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Karlyn E. Wood on January 14, 2009
Sangean WFT-1 Internet Radio Component Tuner

The tuner arrived ahead of schedule and was in perfect condition. I followed the instructions in the manual carefully and connected within a few minutes to my LinkSys N router. The manual should be edited to ensure that there are no grammatical and spelling errors. Some of the English tends to lack clarity, but most of the instructions can be figured out without much difficulty. The only part I found confusing was entering the KEY for my router. This part of the manual could be much clearer. I was successful just using some intuition, but a few words added to the symbols would have helped greately. For example, there is no suggestion that there are letters that can be selected as well as the numbers in the display when entering the KEY. The selection of stations is amazing; the Frontier Silicon Web site works well to add favorite stations. I just can't say engough about the quality of the sound the WFT-1 brings to my stereo system.

I would like the chance to rewrite the manual. I believe that Sangean would get more 5-star reviews if the manual were clearer in several places. There should be no step in the installation process where one must guess or try to interpret what to do.

Karlyn Wood
Westhampton, NY
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Catriel Blum on November 8, 2011
This unit is a brilliant idea executed with absolute stupidity. There are basically three uses intended for this unit:
1. Access internet stations
2. FM radio tuner
3. Music player accessing the music files on your computer

I've had the WFT-1 for three years. It has performed beautifully, and if you read to the end of this review I will reveal a Sangean secret about this unit. My first WFT-1 was defective out of the box, so I shipped it back for a second one, and this one has given me nothing but pleasure - with a few quirks. I use mine strictly via WiFi - the set-up for access to my network was fast and painless. The unit also picks up my computer's MP3 music files via the WiFi network. One of the quirks is that if you have XP Pro or Windows 7 Ultimate you cannot access your files from the computer unless you are logged on as a separate user - i.e., with a password. The audio sonics are very good - many internet stations use a very low-fi bit rate, but those that are around 128-144 kbps will sound as good as an FM station. The unit shows all the specs for any station, as well as the codec it is being broadcast in. Finding stations is very easy - by type, by country, or by call letters or alphabetical listing. I listen to countries around the world, easily and in audiophile sound. Occasionally the unit "forgets" the network connection; I have to unplug it for a second and then plug it in again, and the network connection is renewed. Yes, I keep mine plugged in - the clock goes back to 12:00 when you unplug (but all the network information does not get lost). I use the "standby" button as an on-off switch, although it is still drawing minimal power even in "standby".

The FM tuner is unfortunately another story.
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