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Grace Digital launches Encore Stereo Wi-Fi Music System

updated 08:50 pm EST, Tue February 18, 2014

New device gives immediate access to 50,000 music streams

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and networked audio solution provider Grace Digital has introduced the Encore (GDI-IRC7500) Stereo Wi-Fi Music System on Amazon. Boasting a powerful tweeter and woofer arrangement, the Encore promises what the company calls "clearer vocals and deeper bass compared to the industry standard."

With the Grace Digital Encore, users connect to a Wi-Fi network and instantly access any preferred Internet radio station with one-touch presets. Over 50,000 free Internet radio stations, podcast, and on-demand content providers are available, including NPR, BBC, iHeartRadio, CBS, Pandora, and leading pay services SiriusXM, Rhapsody, and Live365 (with applicable subscriptions). One hundred favorite stations can also be saved directly to the Encore Wi-Fi music system for quick access to top station and artist choices.

Additional features include seven separate alarms with an adjustable sleep timer and large snooze bar, headphone jack, RCA line out, RCA aux-in, USB slot for charging smartphones, access flash drive stored tracks, or users can employ the Grace USB-to-Ethernet connector (sold separately).

The Grace Digital Encore (GDI-IRC7500) Stereo Wi-Fi Music System is available now on Amazon for $250.




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