Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Sangean WFR-20 Wifi Internet Radio

posted by: Andrew Harris

Sangean newest Wi-Fi radio offering is quite the workhorse of a device. You're able to customize the "My Stations" option using your PC, which is a good thing, because it will be a lot easier to search the 6000 Internet radio stations and 21242 ondemand feeds the Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Internet Radio can tune into.It will also play your music collection from your computer, but sorry those don’t work here Stevie. The radio it is non-DRM compliant (“Use of a UPnP server may increase compatibility, but is not a guarantee.”[via Sangean]) on the other hand it offers a bevy of readable audio formats MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV/AIFF/FLAC/REAL and uses Windows Media Player to interface with the PC.

Just want to listen to the radio without even looking at a computer screen? The Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Internet Radio as a standalone player is great for that too. Additional, you can plugin your mp3 player, or what have you, to the line in socket and use headphones if you’re in a considerate mood. No Wi-Fi at the home or office, don’t fret, you can hard wire this radio right to your modem. All these options are housed in a black acoustically tuned cabinet, that exudes style and functionality.

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