Many times when an Internet radio appears on Crave, it's fromor some other galaxy far, far away (unless it's the most awesome " " or " ," of course). So we always appreciate the opportunity to note that they do exist in the States too.
Case in point: Intuit's "10,000 Internet stations through a Wi-Fi connection without any subscriptions. It also claims to have a "low distortion, high-quality sound" with "deep bass effect" for $200, which is cheaper than on the market. Now if they can only design one that doesn't look like it came from a 1963 time machine." digital radio is a desktop receiver that promises to stream more than