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Grace Digital GDI-IRMS300 Internet Micro Hi-Fi Stereo System
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- Internet Radio Stereo Shelf System With Integrated Pandora Remote
- Listen To Over 50,000 Radio Stations and On Demand Content
- Connects To Pc/Mac Music Library
- Plays Pandora and Live365.Com
- High Performance Class D Digital Amplifier
- Bookshelf Internet radio with Pandora, Live365, iheartradio, Sirius and over 16,000 internet radio stations
- Built in 32 watt high powered class D digital amplifier with 2 wood speakers to provide warm deep base, mellow mid range, and crisp highs
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From the Manufacturer
Grace Digital MicroSystem
Wi-Fi Stereo Shelf System
Play Internet radio, music services, iTunes and windows media player files in any room of your house. The new Grace Wi-Fi Stereo Micro System is perfect for your apartment, den or office. Listen to and create Pandora stations, NPR, Dar.fm, Live365 VIP, your local and international AM, FM and HD radio stations in pure digital sound with no static or fading, and even SiriusXM Internet radio without a satellite dish--just direct from your broadband DSL or cable Internet connection. No computer needed.
Over 50,000 FREE Stations
The Grace Micro system provides a best in class Internet radio receiver with perfectly matched stereo speakers for an optimal listening experience. Listen to thousands of free Internet radio stations, podcast and on-demand content. The Micro System has a built in 802.11n wireless transceiver which connects to any 802.11b.g.n router or Ethernet connection (via the sold separately Grace USB to Ethernet adapter) in less than 5 minutes. Play music directly from the Internet or stream your iTunes, or Windows Media files from your PC, Mac or NAS. While setup is effortless, the Grace Radio supports advanced features such as WEP and WPA1/2 passwords, standard or hidden SSIDs, DHCP, mac address filtering or static IP addresses. >>Learn more about available content for the Grace Digital Internet radios.
Fully Integrated Pandora Capabilities
Via the included remote control thumbs up, thumbs down, or skip songs on Pandora. You can bookmark songs to your Pandora account or even purchase them later from Amazon or iTunes.
Next Generation Stereo System
Pure digitally powered Internet Stereo utilizing an external removable Wi-Fi antenna for peak performance, line out RCA jacks, line in RCA jacks to connect a CD player, iPhone or other audio source and an USB connector to play music via an optional thumb drive.
Remote Control iPhone App
The Grace Remote control application allows you to go where no IR remote has gone before. Control one or more of your Grace Internet radios from your iPhone or iPod touch. You can change the volume, turn it on or off, find stations and set presets, or even set any one of your five alarms.
Full-Function Remote Control
With a full-function remote control you'll be able to choose one of your 10 preset stations, search for new stations, skip songs, and give feedback on Pandora from any location in your room.
Adjust the equalization settings to perfectly fit your personal music taste and listening environment.
Optional Ethernet Connection
Don't want to use Wi-Fi? Add the optional USB to Ethernet jack (sold separately) to connect the microsystem to your home RJ45 (Ethernet) network.
The Grace Digital MicroSystem Plays All the Popular Audio Formats
ACC, AIFF, Apple losless, AU, FLAC, HE-AAC(ACC+), MP3, OGG Vorbis, WAV, WMA
What's in the Box?
Grace Digital Micro System Wi-Fi Radio, 2 speakers, remote control and batteries, power adapter, manual, speaker wires, detachable 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi antenna.
Which Grace Digital Internet Radio is Right for You?
|Top Feature||Connect the Internet to your stereo||Table top for any room in your home||High resolution 3.5" color display||Stereo sound with built-in sub||Highest audio quality to your stereo||Great sound and vintage good looks||Replace your stereo system|
|RCA Stereo Inputs / Outputs||No / Yes||Mini-Jack Aux-in / No||Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes||No / Yes||Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes|
|iPhone/Android Remote Compatible|
|Play USB Thumb Drives*|
|External Speaker Post|
|Digital Stereo Output|
|FM Receiver w/Antenna|
|Ethernet Connection||Optional Dongle**||Optional Dongle**||Built-in RJ45||Optional Dongle**||Optional Dongle**|
|Number of Presets on Radio / Remote||10 / 10||10 / 10||10 / 10||10 / 100||12 / 9||10 / 10||10 / 10|
|My Stuff Presets||100||100||100||100||100||100||100|
|*The USB jack supports Smartphone (iPhone, Android, etc.) charging, plays music from a USB thumb drive and supports the Grace USB to Ethernet connection for a wired connection. |
Top Customer Reviews
This is sort of a "triple-threat" radio. To use it, you must have a wireless router. With just the router on, you can 1) listen to Internet radio; or 2) listen to Pandora. With your PC on as well, you can 3) play music and other audio material via Windows Media Player.
As others have observed, the initial set-up is kind of a pain, but it's just a one-time thing [Grace: a little mini-keyboard instead of the wheel would be a huge plus]. Internet Radio: It's useful to know in advance the call letters of the stations you want to listen to. Up to 10 pre-sets are possible. Pandora: You must be a member [it's easy and free], and it's a lot easier to define "stations" using a PC than via the Grace radio. [Once the stations are defined, just scroll through the list on the radio and select the one you want to listen to].
Windows Media Player: "Share" your files to the Grace radio. On the PC, when you set up sharing, a "Grace" icon will appear. The playlists that you've defined in WMP will show up on the Grace radio--like Pandora, just pick from the list of available playlists.
The radio sounds good; navigation takes a little practice, but it all makes sense. I'm glad I bought mine.
My only complaint is the screen size; it's about the size of the screen on a "dumbphone" oriented horizontally. If this unit is going on a desk, nighstand, or some other location where you will be close to the unit, the size will not be a problem. I bought the unit to put on a shelf 10-12 feet from my location during use. At this distance, it is difficult, though not impossible, to read information on the screen--especially when contending with bright and/or direct sunlight.
All in all, it meets expectations, is well-built, and works reliably and as-advertised. Recommended.
I want to add that the alarm function is wonderful. The unit allows the user to wake up to music from a variety of sources, including Pandora, usb input, internet radio, etc. My favorite feature is that the unit automatically plays the default alarm buzzer sound if it cannot connect to the selected audio source within 60 seconds of the preset alarm time. That means no worries if your alarm is set to play Pandora and your router/ISP dies overnight. As long as you have power, your alarm is good to go.
SETUP: Just like any wifi device, you first need to connect it to your wifi. Pretty straightforward. After that, you need to get your music on there. Rather than using the music search on the device, go to grace.reciva.com and setup an account. Then find your internet radio stations as described below. The included remote is what I use most of the time to control the Microsystem although it does have some top buttons. Speaker wire (pretinned no less) are included as is an miniplug to RCA cable.
RADIO: Like Tune-In Radio, Reciva has just about all there is in internet radio. Simply do the search (on the website preferrably) and pick out your favorites to save in MY STATIONS. I recommend you save some time and set your favorites as presets on the device once you play them playing on the Grace. If you have a URL that you normally enter for a station, you can play those also by going to MY STREAMS and saving it on the website. You do have to turn the unit off and back on to reset the network connection to get MY STREAMS and MY STATIONS to update under MY STUFF in the menu. You can save your URL stations as presets too. Same with Pandora stations, etc.
DLNA: I use my Windows Home Server V1 to serve up my MP3 collection. I use the free version of Serviio on it for DLNA capability--which works great. Once I select the Grace as an allowable device in Serviio, I was good to go. Your DLNA server will show up under MEDIA PLAYER/UPnP SERVERS after a scan.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Set up on this item is a complete nightmare don't waste your time with this product spend a little bit more money for a way better product I tried selling this item after I... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jason I
The unit was ordered from and delivered as promised from Amazon. The Radio unit does not power up - I carefully read the Grace instructions and tried reset five times. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dr. Larry Leibrock
After 2 weeks, the bass sound went out on the speakers. Can hardly hear one speaker. The other speaker has a lot of static. Very dissatisfied.Published 21 months ago by Teri H
This is more than I was expecting ! The product is excelent for it's class, operating is easy and the sound is very good for such small speakers. The price is a bit too high... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Liviu
+ Very nice compact system, with good overall sound and performance.
- Bit of a problem connectiing to WIFI router.
- Android Grace remote App not always working. Read more
A compact, very well-designed music source. Easily programmed to find music of your choice from the vast range of internet radio worldwide. Read morePublished on June 23, 2014 by Bill Taylor