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Revo Mondo Wi-fi Internet Radio Adapter

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  • Connects to your existing Hi-Fi system to allow you to listen to internet radio
  • Wirelessly streams music stored on your PC or Mac
  • Digital alarm clock with snooze feature
  • Large white on black display
  • Brushed Aluminium Casing
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.9 x 13 x 4.8 cm ; 1.3 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 680 g
  • Item model number: Mondo Wifi
  • ASIN: B000WBN5EK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 July 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 117,896 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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MONDO Wi-Fi is designed to allow anyone with a hi-fi set-up and a Wi-Fi broadband connection to access over 7,500 radio stations from around the globe, via the internet# All it needs is a live Wi-Fi broadband connection with a standard wireless router (802.11b or 802.11g)# How about listening to samba from Brazil's Radio Caraibas, New Orleans Jazz from WWOZ or even live baseball from New York on WFAN 660# MONDO Wi-Fi connects to any sound system that has RCA inputs, be it a boombox or mini system. It then links to any broadband Wi-Fi connection to stream both live and 'Listen Again'internet radio broadcasts# MONDO Wi-Fi automatically connects to your existing Wi-Fi network and uses your broadband connection to access the Reciva Internet Radio Gateway.The Gateway then uploads the very latest station listings to MONDO Wi-Fi automatically - leaving the user to simply select a station by country or genre... and enjoy some great radio# Additionally, you can play music files stored on any networked PC or Apple Mac in your home.# # Connects to any hi-fi or sound system with RCA connectors# Built-in Wi-Fi hardware# Digital alarm clock with snooze feature# Large white-on-black LCD display# Brushed aluminium casing# Sleek, compact design# Headphone connector# Includes infra-red remote control with preset# Search by genre or country# Access "Listen Again" services such as those operated by the BBC# Listen to worldwide Podcasts# Real Media, MP3 and WMA compatible# Wirelessly stream music stored on your PC or Mac#Includes: Compact remote control, RCA connection leads, 240v power supply, Operating Guide, Warranty Card

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MONDO Wi-Fi is designed to allow anyone with a hi-fi set-up and a Wi-Fi broadband connection to access over 7,500 radio stations from around the globe, via the internet. All it needs is a live Wi-Fi broadband connection with a standard wireless router (802.11b or 802.11g). The MONDO WI-FI means you can listen to samba from Brazil’s Radio Caraibas, New Orleans Jazz from WWOZ or even live baseball from New York on WFAN 660.  MONDO Wi-Fi connects to any sound system that has RCA inputs, be it a boombox or mini system. It then links to any broadband Wi-Fi connection to stream both live and ‘Listen Again’ internet radio broadcasts. MONDO Wi-Fi automatically connects to your existing Wi-Fi network and uses your broadband connection to access the Reciva Internet Radio Gateway. The Gateway then uploads the very latest station listings to MONDO Wi-Fi automatically – leaving the user to simply select a station by country or genre… and enjoy a wide range of great radio wherever you'd like in your home. Additionally, you can play music files stored on any networked PC or Apple Mac in your home.

The MONDO system connects to any hi-fi or sound system with RCA connectors and has built-in Wi-Fi hardware. The system also has a built in digital alarm clock with a snooze feature so you can wake up to (or lie in to) your favourite stations. The unit is easy to navigate with a clear, large white-on-black LCD display.  The sleek, compact design is housed in a brushed aluminium casing. Should you wish to listen privately, there is also a headphone connector. This Wi-Fi radio system includes an infra-red remote control with preset stations. You can search for stations by genre or country, and access “Listen Again” services such as those operated by the BBC. The unit allows you to listen to worldwide Podcasts. Compatible with Real Media, MP3 and WMA, meaning you can also wirelessly stream music stored on your PC or Mac. 

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I now have both. The Revo is the most recent purchase as a replacement for the the MusicPal. Have had the MusicPal for some years and it is a great piece of kit at the low end of the market (also have a Squeezebox) but the output on the RCA to Hi-Fi connection was a bit "scratchy" on occasions. Decided to move the Musicpal to a bedroom and use it with the built in speaker and get a Revo for my office. Upsides of the Revo. The RCA connection is NOT scratchy and actually the sound quality is good for its price point. It was also very easy to set up although some people may have difficulties with the ports that are required to be open on a firewall for it to connect to Reciva. The Reciva web portal makes it easy to configure your favourite radio stations. Downsides - used with a uPnP Media Player capable of streaming mp3 the tracks get started well into the song and finished before the end when using shuffle mode. The screen does not scroll to display the whole title of the track being played. Why does the second line of the screen display "Real Enabled" what a waste ? The remote is poor quality and there are only five presets but as mentioned elsewhere you get around that by using the My Stuff on Reciva web site. The Musicpal doesn't have a remote at all but there is a piece of software available that allows you to control it to a degree from a local machine it is also easier to configure as it has a full web interface. If it wasn't for the scratchy RCA output I would say that the MusicPal is the better bit of kit. Neither is a patch on a Squeezebox though.
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We bought the Revo Mundo Wifi yesterday and to be honest, after we played around with it we can't think of a single 'con'. The number of radio channels is immense, it streams excellent (including all the mp3 tracks on our computer). Another big 'pro' is the fact that it works beautifully with the Reciva website. We created an account, registered the radio and all the radio channels that we chose via the computer are through a wireless connection 'transferred' to this cute looking device. We recommend it to anyone, though it's worth to look around before you buy. The price differences can add up to more than 80 Euros. We bought a new one for less than 100 euro.
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This little gadget is awesome,a must have for any home entertainment system owner.Got the Revo Mundo up & running in minutes & was gobsmacked when it showed up 14500 stations at my mercy.But once an account was created on the Reciva website and i`d created a playlist it just got even easier to control,and with the added feature of streaming music from my laptop wirelessly made it a perfect addition to my home cinema.
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By Peppers #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Nov. 2012
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I bought this for my father who is very keen on internet radio - the specific application for this Revo unit being to attach to his Marantz hifi system and surf internet radio stations rather than stream tracks from a PC etc. The unit is being used with a Sky (Netgear) router and although connectivity is fine, when first switched on, it takes a few seconds for the Mondo to sign into the wireless network.

The matt black Mondo unit is small, compact and looks well made. It comes complete with a mains adaptor, remote control and basic RCA (phono) leads. You simply connect the Mondo to the mains and the audio output to the auxiliary input on your amplifier. The Mondo will prompt you to enter the WPA key for your router, update itself from the Reciva Network and that is it - our unit found over 15,000 stations. The clock sets itself via the network, although, you can do this manually too plus there is a built in alarm feature.

The Mondo can be controlled via the slim remote which also has 5 station presets. The legends on the remote could be bigger but once you get used to the keys they become intuitive. The unit itself has a menu system giving you control over most functions. Clearly searching 15K radio stations to find the one you want takes some doing and you can search by country and genre - for this reason it is a pity the unit doesn't have more than five presets. However, you can log into the Reciva website and create playlists of your favourite stations which you can then access via the Mondo's menu system (My Stations). Also, I'd like to be able to search by station name but cannot see how you can do this.
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I bought this internet radio adapter to increase the number of stations I could listen to through my hifi system. It sets up easily enough (punching in the lengthy code for my WEP encryption on the wifi network was the longest part). It offers very good sound (better than I had expected) and is very good value for money. The only drawback with the product is the limited number of presets (5) which means that I have to hunt around for channels (but this is more of an annoyance that a disatisfaction with the product.
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Well designed and easy to set up. Have installed this to my JVC mini stereo in kitchen. This is a neat and compact gadget which means I now have access to vast (x4000) array of radio stations with all music genres and can also play MP3's from my PC upstairs. I didn't want a stand alone streaming radio - this sits neatly on top of the JVC unit and it makes use of decent stereo speakers. The reception is v.good and sound quality with 96k+ sites is excellent - beats my FM reception hands down. Occasional blips with some stations - but overall excellent value for money. Using the Reciva website to build a comprehensive playlist of favorite stations is a great feature and very helpful.
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