More choices than ever for Internet radio enthusiasts

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Nov 22 2011 - 11:10am

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Crosley's Radio RancheroThanksgiving is almost here and if your family is anything like mine, you'll be talking holiday gift ideas while carving up a turkey. helpfully has a long list of gift ideas for the web radio fan in your life. Find it right here.

To that we'd like to add a few ideas of our own. First up is the Crosley Radio Ranchero (pictured), an iPod/iPhone dock with a "great-looking, vintage aesthetic," according to PC Mag's review. Find out more about the $200 device here.

For listening to web radio in the car there's always the Livio Radio Bluetooth Internet Radio Car Kit, which CNet recently listed as a Car Stereo Top Pick in its Holiday Gift Guide (here). You can save 20% when buying the device from when using the coupon code 'holiday.' AccuRadio (which is run by the same folks who bring you RAIN every day) has partnered with Livio Radio to offer $20 off and free shipping on the Car Kit. Find out more here.

Spar's Zephyr portable Bluetooth speakers are another great way to stream web radio on the go. They connect to your smartphone wirelessly to blast your favorite webcasts. Engadget has more here

Finally, Wired's GeekDad recently recommended the Logitech Squeezebox. Ken Denmead writes that the device is "a very interesting piece of home audio, successfully bringing streaming internet radio into the form factor of a slightly retro countertop-sized box meant to replicate the look and feel of a quality analog radio of decades past." Find out more here.

Got your own great Internet radio gift idea? Tell us by commenting below!


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