Grace Digital Audio’s The Victoria Nostalgic Internet Radio Released Today

I spend a lot of time listening to the radio. I do this for two reasons, one I spend a lot of time on my computer and I like to have something on in the background while I work and two, I grew up with the radio. As a kid I would spend nights swinging through the low end of the FM band and the AM band trying to find unusual shows and Old Time Radio. Now as an adult, thanks to the internet, those things are easier to find. But what if you cannot be at your computer or just want a more handsome way to listen to your favorite audio? Enter devices like the retro themed, The Victoria Nostalgic Internet Radio from Grace Digital Audio.

I have been wanting to pick up a nice looking retro styled radio for a while, so a Retroist Review of the Radio will be here soon (when I get to fully play with all its features). I think that the specs look to include most everything I would want in a device. Plus it looks great.

  • Allows complete control of Pandora from the front of radio, the remote control, or a FREE iPhone remote control app
  • Access to over 50,000 radio stations and on demand content, including Pandora, SiriusXM, Live365, MP3 Tunes, DAR.fm, Rhapsody, NPR, CBS Radio, and more
  • Pandora integration: thumbs up/down a song, add/delete stations, and pause live streams
  • 4” full range speaker and rear port for a rich bass, 4-line backlight display, 5 alarms, built-in 24 hour sleep timer, and aux input to connect CD player, iPhone, iPod, or other music source
  • Walnut exterior with birch inlay, gives a vintage look to a modern day internet radio
  • Built-in wireless Wi-Fi 802.11n card connects to any 802.11b/g/n wireless router
  • Stream your music from your PC/Mac or connect via USB drive to play local media files
  • Stay tuned for the review in a couple of days. If you happen need right now for yourself or that special radio lover in your life, drop by Amazon and order yours today.

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    4 thoughts on “Grace Digital Audio’s The Victoria Nostalgic Internet Radio Released Today

    1. That Jukebox style one is nice. I would like them to make a tabletop diner style one so that I could relive the magic of late nights eating Disco Fries in the diners of my youth.

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