The device is a multi-functioning music system that allows you to record your music from vinyl or from auxiliary RCA inputs to blank CD-R/RW’s. The Grace Digital Audio Victoria Retrowriter will cost you $158.88. It won’t fool anyone into believing that it’s an actual vintage piece of hardware, but it looks cool.
If you want music outside and worry about your hardware getting wet from splashes, spills, or rain Grace Digital Audio has some new wireless speakers for you. The company has three new wireless speaker models that are waterproof and have 150-foot wireless range.
The new speakers include the Rock Speaker that has a 1×1″ tweeter and a 1×4″ full range speaker. It also has an internal rechargeable battery good for 7-hours and comes with a 15V AC adapter. The speaker is IPX 7 rated and available now for $149.99. The Schooner II is available now as well for $129.99. That much money gets you a pair of wireless speakers.
I don’t like taking my gadgets near water or to places where dust is an issue. I don’t want to kill my gear with an accidental splash or getting dust into the works. Grace Digital Audio has a new speaker for the iPhone, iPod and any other device with a 3.5mm headphone port that will protect your device while you listen.
The new speaker is called the Eco Extreme and it has a 3-inch full range driver in the front and attaches to a bag with a 2-inch carabiner. The speaker is rubberized to protect it from drops and is water resistant to IPX7 standards.
So you want a WiFi internet radio but you already have a stereo. Then you fit the bill for this device from Grace Digital Audio. The new Solo WiFi internet radio tuner turns your stereo (or just your speakers) into an internet radio. Pretty nifty huh?
The device has support for services like Pandora and Sirius internet radio, a backlit LCD display, and support for Grace’s remote app for the iPhone and iPod touch.