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Technisat InternetRadio 1
An increasing audience is coming to regard listening to the
radio on the Internet as an everyday experience. It is thus to be
expected that TechniSat would also increase its activities in
The InternetRadio 1 is ready for use virtually instantly, all
you need to do is to connect it to the power supply and to your
own network. The radio comes supplied with a helpful installation
assistant that automatically recognises an existing LAN. Any
required network data (IP, router, gateway) can be conveniently
entered using the remote control unit supplied.
When you have completed the configuration, all the radio
stations broadcasting their contents via the Internet can be
received, and which are contained in a comprehensive programme
list maintained by TechniSat, and reproduced via the side-mounted
loudspeaker boxes. The stations are listed in an easy-to-use
format, sorted by genre or country. In total, the programme list
includes 33 countries with the respective radio stations,
alphabetically sorted. For each country (from Belgium to the USA)
you can select from between 1 and 209 radio stations.
The blue liquid crystal display (LCD) will show various
information, dependent on the channel (e.g. station resp.
programme name, song title, mono or stereo sound, transmission
rate in kbps, Internet address). If the text to be displayed
exceeds the available width of the display, the text will be
scrolled. The peripheral sections of the display are reserved for
specific status information (signal strength resp. LAN on the
left, buffer status on the right).
Preferred channels can be stored in memory on one of the ten
available memory slots. In this case, navigation is done via the
arrow keys on the remote control.
Sound can be reproduced either via the two detachable
loudspeakers of the InternetRadio 1, or via a television set or a
stereo set. The InternetRadio 1 comes complete with the
appropriate connection options and sockets.
Music anywhere in your home
A further impressive feature is the support provided for the UPnP
standard (Universal Plug & Play) which allows you to control
components of different manufacturers via the network. If you
install the appropriate connections in your home, music files in
ASX, M3U, MP3, WAV, WAX or WMA9 formats can be distributed from
the computer via your home network to the InternetRadio 1. This
is a particularly useful feature in many cases, e.g. if you would
like to listen to your own personal MP3 collection without being
restricted to a particular room. All you need to utilise this
feature, and to enjoy your own home network web radio is to
download a software programme obtainable on the Internet free of
- 802.11g WLAN Ethernet - 10/100 Base-T
- 2 x Cinch, analogue audio out L/R
- 1 x Toslink, digital audio out
- LCD display with 128 x 64 pixels
- 2 x 3,3 W (sinus) at 8 Ohms
Dimensions (W x H x D)
- ASX, M3U, MP3, WAV, WAX, WMA9