Printed from http://www.electronista.com

Tivoli reveals radios with MP3, Real, WMA streaming

updated 04:30 pm EDT, Fri June 22, 2007

Tivoli NetWorks Radios

Tivoli Audio on Friday introduced a pair of radios that merge conventional FM radio with Internet streaming. The NetWorksGo and NetWorks Table Radio are both based on the company's analog-only SongBook and Model One respectively but add Internet streaming. Either can tune MP3 (Shoutcast), Real, or Windows Media radio channels through a wired Ethernet connection or through Wi-Fi for more remote locations. Stations are preset, Tivoli says, but can be requested by users and added through firmware updates applied on the user's end by a button press. Both radios can recognize media shared by local Macs or PCs, the company adds. Offline digital devices such as iPods and other players can hook in through an aux-in jack or a USB connection.

Aside from visual differences, the systems vary by the roles suggested in their names. The Table Radio version relies solely on wall outlet power and is meant for the home, while the NetWorksGo is geared to vacationers with power supplied either by an outlet or six C-cell batteries for several hours away from a plug.

The cost of each system and their exact release dates is still undetermined, but Tivoli hopes to deliver both sometime during the fall and may add or change features in the run-up to the final launch. [via Crave]



By Electronista Staff
Post tools:

TAGS :

toggle

Comments

Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.

toggle

Network Headlines

toggle

Most Popular

Sponsor

Recent Reviews

Cat B100

Cat is primarily known for its heavy-duty machinery used in the construction industry and farming, among other areas. What may not be ...

Linksys EA6900 AC Router

As 802.11ac networking begins to makes its way into more and more devices, you may find yourself considering an upgrade for your home ...

D-Link DIR-510L 802.11AC travel router

Having Internet access in hotels and other similar locations used to be a miasma of connectivity issues. If Wi-Fi was available, it wa ...

Sponsor

toggle

Most Commented

 
toggle

Popular News