Entertainment TV & Film A Buyer's Guide to Wi-Fi Internet Radio Receivers Share PINTEREST Email Print Entertainment TV Shows Movies By Corey Deitz Writer Kent State University Former Lifewire writer Corey Deitz is a veteran radio broadcaster, voiceover artist, and author with more than 25 years of broadcasting experience. our editorial process Facebook Facebook LinkedIn LinkedIn Corey Deitz Updated May 11, 2019 01 of 08 Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock with Built-in Wi-Fi Aluratek Wi-Fi Internet Radio. Photo Credit: © Aluratek This Wi-Fi radio connects to either a wireless or wired internet connection to access 11,000 radio stations. The Aluratek includes a built-in FM tuner, access MP3, WMA, WAV from a USB flash drive, alarm clock with 2 programmable alarms, and integrated amplifier. MSRP: $159.99 Compare Prices: Aluratek Internet Radio Learn More: Read my Full Review. 02 of 08 IntelliTouch Grace Wi-Fi Radio IntelliTouch Grace Wi-Fi Radio. Photo Credit: © IntelliTouch The IntelliTouch streams Internet Radio in conjunction with your Wi-Fi router, is Pandora-compatible, and plays MP3, WMA, WAV, ACC, and AIFF files. MSRP: $199.00 Compare Prices: IntelliTouch Grace Wi-Fi Radio 03 of 08 Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Radio Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Internet Radio. Photo Credit: © Sangean The Sangean product boasts access to 6,000 Internet stations, plays MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, Real Audio and AU files, has 12 station presets, 4 alarm timers, a sleep timer, easy-to-read display, and remote control. MSRP: $290.00 Compare Prices: Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Radio 04 of 08 cubo elements W cubo elements WiFi Internet Radio by Sonoro. Photo Credit: © Sonoro the cubo is an Internet and FM radio that offers access to over 13,000 Internet radio stations. Users can search by genre, such as "Jazz" or "Hip-hop" or by geography, such as "Argentina" or "Japan". The radio streams music from any WiFi network in the home of office. Available through Saks and other retailers for about $399.00 05 of 08 Sonos Multi-Room Music System (BU150) Sonos Multi-Room Music System (BU150). Photo Credit: © SONOS The Sonos wireless multi-room music system offers both subscription-based services (Napster, Rhapsody and SIRIUS) and free music services like Last.fm, Pandora and Sonos Radio. All of these services stream music directly from the Internet. Sonos’ Radio guide, powered by RadioTime, lets you tune in to more than 15,000 free Internet radio stations. MSRP: $999.00 06 of 08 Acoustic Research Infinite ARIR200 Wi-Fi Internet Radio Acoustic Research Infinite Wi-Fi ARIR200 Internet Radio. Photo Credit: © Acoustic Research Listen to Slacker radio, Internet radio, MP3tunes, AM/FM radio stations, weather forecasts from WeatherBug and music stored on the internal memory or a USB device. 24 presets Free instant weather updates with continuous emergency weather alerts and instant text-to-speech conversion from six synthesized voices Built-in memory to record live radio for up to 10 hours (AM, FM, or Internet source Stereo speakers Clock radio and alarm clock functionality, including adjustable sleep options and the ability to wake up to multiple audio sources Bright and adjustable LCD that shows five lines of text Price: $129.99 MSRP 07 of 08 Grace Wireless Internet Radio Grace Wireless Internet Radio. Photo Credit: © Grace Digital Audio Listen directly from your wireless router without your PC or MAC Includes free Pandora streaming. Supports Real Audio, MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC and AIFF formats MSRP: $199.00 08 of 08 Ira Wireless Internet Radio Ira Wireless Internet Radio from Myine Electronics. Photo Credit: © Myine Electronics Myine Electronics, makers of the Ira Wireless Internet Radio, are very excited about their product because as they told me: "The best thing about this product is that it eliminates the hassle and confusion that comes from some consumer electronics. So many products have too many features to count, which can make it difficult to set up and operate. " The Ira Wireless Internet Radio brings thousands of Internet stations to the user, you can hook it up to any sound system and it's compact: 2x6x3. Users can filter by location or genre to find Internet radio stations and you don't need a computer as part of the procedure. It's easy to get up and going: the company says it has a 3-minute first-time auto setup. Suggested retail price is $149.99.