Grace Digital based in San Diego California has created a new Internet radio which is equipped with integrated Google Chromecast support and functionality.
What’s the demonstration video below to learn more about the Mondo+ which is apparently the very first Internet radio to be marketed with a built-in Chromecast feature.
Mondo+ has launched by Kickstarter this week to raise the $50,000 the team requires to make the jump into production.
The home audio market is evolving, and Grace Digital is leading the way. We combined the latest Wi-Fi audio streaming technologies from Google, added Bluetooth audio streaming, and over 30,000 AM/FM/HD radio stations from around the corner to across the globe. The Grace Mondo+ can even be controlled by the Google Assistant on devices like Google Home, the front panel controls, free smartphone apps, or the included remote control.
We wrapped the technology in a beautifully crafted cabinet, and drive the audio with custom made speaker drivers and high performance class D digital amplification, ensuring the best possible listening experience in a perfectly compact design. We hope you love the Mondo+ as much as we do!
Do you enjoy listening to AM/FM/HD radio? If so, the Mondo+ is perfect for you. Grace Digital has created a radio station database of over 30,000 radio stations from around the corner to around the world. With the Mondo+ you are always in range of your favorite AM/FM/HD radio station via the internet – no fading, crackles, or pops.
And if we don’t have your favorite radio station in our database, just email us and we will add it (In a few months we will add the ability for you to add stations to your radio without having to contact us!). In addition to our database of stations we also allow direct access to the thousands of radio stations managed by CBS radio (radio.com), iHeartRadio, BBC,NPR and FOX.
Jump over to Kickstarter for more details and full specifications for the Mondo+ Internet Radio with Chromecast via the link below.
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