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Grace Digital punts WiFi radio into a wireless bookshelf speaker system, can't escape Reciva's ghost

Sean Hollister

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Just when we thought Grace Digital Audio had turned over a new, touch-friendly leaf, the company's back with another WiFi internet radio that uses the frustrating Reciva interface. We can't say we're pleased, but the firm's new $250 Wireless Stereo Micro System does have one new feature that might be worth checking out -- it comes with a pair of handsome bookshelf speakers that connect over the ether as well. This time, you can not only connect to your home wireless network (or auxiliary media player) and pull down loads of tunes from the typical array of services -- including Pandora, Live365 and Sirius XM -- but listen in stereo too, while hopefully hiding that ugly four-line LCD and its irksome nests of menus from ever disturbing your view.

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Grace Digital Audio Announces the Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music System, the First Ever Internet Radio Bookshelf System with 802.11n Connectivity

Unique micro-system features two high quality bookshelf speakers providing radio content from all over the world.

San Diego, Calif. - (January 20, 2011) – Grace Digital Audio, a leading brand of Wi-Fi internet radios and home audio solutions, is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music System. Grace's micro-system is the world's first internet radio system to incorporate two bookshelf speakers and 802.11n connectivity. Grace's micro-system is available now at for $249.99.

Ideal for your apartment, den, or office, Grace Digital's Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music System is the perfect solution for someone looking for a powerful concert feel without the hassle, set up, and cost of a full home audio system. Grace's micro-system includes two large bookshelf speakers featuring 3.5" full range drivers, 1" tweeters, and a 16 watt RMS Class D digital amplifier. The compact micro-system delivers a superior audio quality unmatched by smaller tabletop units, providing an inexpensive way to bring a home stereo experience to your internet radio.

The Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music System provides access to over 17,000 radio stations, 20,000 plus on-demand programs, and over 35,000 podcasts. Compatible with Pandora, Sirius XM Internet Radio, CBS Radio, iheartradio,, MP3Tunes, NPR, National Weather Service, and new for 2011, WeatherBug and Rhapsody the number-one premium on-demand music service that provides access to 11 million songs for less that the price of an average CD. With RCA inputs and a USB connection, users can connect their iPod, CD player, PC or any additional audio source giving you access to all your music files.

Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music System features include:
• Two speakers equipped with 3.5" woofers and 1" tweeters
• Class D digital amplifier and rear ported full range speaker provides superior audio quality
• 10 station presets, up to 100 saved favorites, displays song/artist info, alarm clock radio, and remote control with Pandora controls
• Wirelessly stream music and stored audio files from your PC or Mac
• Built-in Wi-Fi 802.11n card connects directly to any 802.11 b/g/n wireless router
• RCA input/output, headphone connection, and USB port

Now shipping, the Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music System is available for $249.99 at,, and various retailers throughout the U.S.

"We've had many request from our customers that don't have space for a home stereo, but want a little more sound than a tabletop," says Grace Digital Audio's Chief Marketing Officer, Greg Fadul. "We are pleased to offer them the new Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music System. The micro-system provides a home stereo experience at a fraction of the size and cost!"

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