Written on: 05/10/2009
I have now owned 2 of these radios and although I actually love the functionality of the unit and had no problems setting everything up, the reliability is very poor.
Firstly it has a tendancy to rest it itself, which is no big deal apart from the fact that when it does it automatically turns itsself on and connects to the last radio station. meaning that at times it turns itself on at 3am and starts banging out loud music. This became so common that I had to turn down the volume every time… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2009
Display too bright, my Acoustic Energy Wi-Fi Internet Radio arrived with text in display on a slope, obviously poorly manufactured; background hum so useless as bedroom clock radio… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2008 by jasorn (1 review written)
I bought the Acoustic Energy Wi-Fi Internet Radio in new condition from a thrift store for $20. At that price, it's a great deal. Don't think I'd have paid $100 or more though… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2007 by annaw (1 review written)
I use an Orange Livebox so perhaps if you have a different router you could get it to work… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/06/2006 by scarborian (32 reviews written)
With the increasing popularity of broadband and the webs massive choice of stations broadcasting worldwide, internet radio is fast becoming 'the' way to listen to your favourite style of music. But until recently the only way to listen to your favourite station on the web was to turn on your PC and use its audio system which in most cases is pants!
So, to make our life easier the boffins at Acoustic Energy got their thinking heads on and came up with The Wi-Fi Radio! Why didn't we think of… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2006 by john loader (13 reviews written)
The Acoustic Energy Wi-Fi Internet radio uses a router's wi-fi connection to access the Internet. It can be programmed with encryption to suit the network and has a MAC for further security. It downloads a database of internet radio stations from Reciva, the chip designers, and these are sorted by genre and location - if you want a station not on the list you can post an update to Reciva.
It is easy to use, and the sound is as good as you're going to get, given that some internet radio… Read Full Review
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" Looks good; sounds good; fails too quickly. " Read More
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" Total Failure after just 15 months light use " Read More