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Listen to 1000's of FREE Internet radio stations from around the world - one-touch access to talk, jazz, rock, pop or your old home town favorite! You do not need a computer to listen to internet radio; you just need broadband and a Wi-Fi home network.
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New York Times

August 2007
"If the other radios are frozen diet entrées, this one is Wolfgang Puck working in your kitchen. It's in another league."
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Wi-Fi SoundBridge Radio sings you awake with Net radio, digital tunes

By Edward C. Baig, USA Today , July 6, 2006
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Best Sound On Demand

Reader's Digest, April 10, 2006
Roku SoundBridge Radio named as one of America's Best 100 Things by Reader's Digest editors.

Must-Haves for Digital DJs

By Stephen H. Wildstrom , BusinessWeek, March 30, 2006
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First Take: Roku's SoundBridge Internet Radio

By Harry McCracken, PC World's Techlog, March 28, 2006
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CNET Editors' Review - Rated 7.7 out of 10

By Nathaniel Wilkins, March 22, 2006
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Tuning In to Internet Radio Without a Computer

By Walter S. Mossberg and Katherine Boehret, Wall Street Journal, March 22, 2006
"We rocked out all week, listening to all different types of radio stations..."
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Tuning In to Internet Radio Without a Computer

September 2005
"The SoundBridge Radio...is one of those rare home-networked devices that was easy to set up and use -- just like a radio. And it produced surprisingly rich sound quality."

PC World

September 2005
"Roku's SoundBridge Radio. It's a spinoff of the SoundBridge, one of the nicest music-streaming devices, and as its name suggests, it's a radio."

Stuff

September 2005
"The Roku SoundBridge is one of our favourite products of the year, freeing the MP3 music on our PCs and Macs so that we can stream it effortlessly to our hi-fi. Now it's just got better, with the addition of speakers and a little dash of retro technology: all hail the SoundBridge Radio!"

Roku Introduces SoundBridge Radio

Press Release, September 19, 2005
"Complete Wi-Fi Music System Combines Ease-of-Use of a High-Quality Tabletop Radio with Digital Music Streaming and Internet Radio Features."

DemoFall preview: Cool stuff for end users

By Keith Shaw, Network World, September 19, 2005
"Roku's SoundBridge products have always defined cool in design and function, and this one is no different."
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And the future of music is... radio

By Tom Dunmore, Stuff Magazine, September 19, 2005
"The Roku Soundbridge is one of our favourite products of the year, freeing the MP3 music on our PCs and Macs so that we can stream it effortlessly to our hi-fi. Now it's just got better, with the addition of speakers and a little dash of retro technology: all hail the Soundbridge Radio!"

Roku SoundBridge Radio tabletop Wi-Fi Music - The Ultimate Alarm Clock

By Lee Thomas, Mobilemag.com, September 19, 2005
"A company from California named Roku has announced a pretty sweet product. Their new SoundBridge is a wireless Wi-Fi music system that connects to the Internet and streams Internet radio."
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Internet Radio on a Real Radio

By Harry McCracken, PC World September 19, 2005
"So far, the show is young and I've only seen one product--Roku's SoundBridge Radio. It's a spinoff of the SoundBridge, one of the nicest music-streaming devices, and as its name suggests, it's a radio. A clock radio, actually--one that does AM, FM, music off your PC's hard drive, and Internet radio stations."
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Roku SoundBridge Radio WiFi Music System

By Charlie White, Consumer Electronics Net November 4, 2006
"The Roku SoundBridge Radio WiFi music system ($400) is much more than just a clock radio. Besides receiving FM and AM broadcasts, it also has WiFi capability. If you have a wireless network, the SoundBridge radio can access music files on any Mac or PC connected to the network. It can also play Internet radio stations, waking you up in the morning with your choice of sound source and dual alarms, too. It does all that with tremendous sound quality. We took a listen, and here's our review."
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