Into the Radio's future with IRA - Wifi Internet Radio Adapter


Into Tomorrow: MYINE Ira Wi-Fi Radio

Do you have wireless Internet? Do you want to get FREE music, sports, and news from around the world? Tired of confusing terminology and confusing features? Meet Ira – The Internet Radio Adapter that connects automatically to any wireless internet network. Extra features were intentionally removed so you can quickly listen to free music, sports, and news, without the extra hassles. Just take it out of the box, plug it in, connect it to your home stereo or boombox and use it. Automatically sets up in about three minutes and doesn't need a computer. All cables included. Ira has over 11,000 stations from just about every country in the world. Filter by location or genre to find new stations in under 30 seconds. Listen to Washington Bangla Radio or your favorite local channels in CD like quality. Includes On Demand Podcast programming for many stations so you can listen to your favorite shows when you want. Includes a one-touch “STAR” button to store up to 40 of your favorite stations.

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  • Internet Radio Adaptor that connects automatically to any wireless internet network in about 3 minutes without the need of a computer
  • Listen to Washington Bangla Radio or your favorite local channels in CD like quality.
  • Ira features over 11,000 stations from just about every country in the world. Filter by location or genre to find new stations in under 30 seconds
  • Includes On Demand Podcast programming for many stations so you can listen to your favorite shows when you want.
  • One-touch STAR button to store up to 40 of your favorite stations. Remembers your favorites even if it is unplugged or in case of power loss.

Cybersherrif writes, "We live in a fairly rural area. Strong/clear radio signals are hard to come by. Initially, we had access to free XM internet radio since we had previously purchased a "lifetime" subscription to XM satellite radio. Then beginning in March 2009 we were told we'd need to start paying $3/month to continue XM internet radio access. Seems this fee was waived if you had any level of service less than "lifetime". It was a case of the more you paid XM; the less you got. So we bought a MYINE. It's easy to set up, you don't need a computer, has access to thousands of music/talk stations around the globe and if you hook it up to an FM transmitter as we did, you can wirelessly broadcast and receive the transmission on any FM radio you possess. So now we don't need XM radio and have terrific music service as well."