Ferguson i400s – internet radio with Spotify, DAB, DAB+, FM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, CD

Meet internet radio offering the full potential of the sound transmission through Spotify, DAB, DAB+ digital radio and FM. Listen to thousands of internet radio stations, use the DLNA home server, send music from mobile devices via Bluetooth...

And all this in excellent sound quality provided by the stereo speakers with bass reflex technology!

 

Spotify - music for everyone

Listen to your favorite music, create playlists, share with friends.

With the i400s you can listen to music from the spotify software installed on your smartphone, tablet, PC...

Listen to music from all over the world

Listen to your favorite radio wherever you are.

Access to over 40,000 broadcasts via the Internet.

If you do not find your favorite radio on the list you can add to your own station list.

 

Access to local FM radio stations, DAB, DAB+

Listen to your favorite FM radio in analogue quality or digitally broadcast DAB/DAB+.

 

CD player

Play CD Audio, CD MP3, CD-DA, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-WMA.

Access to your home multimedia network

Radio i400s supports DLNA devices.

You can play music from your home media network with shared network drive resources, PC, Laptop.

Power of the radio at hand thanks to mobile application

You can control your radio from anywhere in your home across the entire Wi-Fi network.

Intuitive and comfortable application makes it easy, without having to search for a standard remote control, the radio can be located in another room at the other end of the house.

 

 

Black

Walnut

Multi radio i400s

Interesting design, large and clear color display, a convenient remote control and the ability to use the radio using mobile application make up the perfect sound media center for every home.

 

 

Display 2.8”, 320 x 240, TFT colour display
Network support IEEE 802.11b/g/n wireless (Wi-Fi)
Bluetooth support BT 4.0, Supports A2DP, AVRCP profiles
Network encryption WEP, WPA, WPA2 (PSK), WPS
Streaming protocols UPnP, DLNA
Supported playback formats (streaming, USB) MP3 (up to 320 kbit/s), WMA (up to 384 kbit/s),
WAV (up to 1.536 mbit/s), AAC/AAC+ (up to 96kHz, 24bit), FLAC (up to 48kHz, 24bit)
CD player support CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW
Supported playback formats (CD) CDDA, MP3, WMA (up to 48kHz, 384kbps)
DAB/DAB+ Band III (174.928 – 239.200 MHz)
FM 87.5 – 108.0 MHz, support RDS
Digital Signal Processor DSP included
Extra functions Timer, Alarm, Nap, Dimmer, Sleeper
Power supply Power adaptor, 16V 2250mA
Remote control power supply 2 x 1.5V AAA battery
Standby mode power consumption < 1W
Networked standby mode power consumption < 6W
Operating temperature 0C - 35C
Working humidity 20%~80%
Speaker power output 2 x 30W
Connections 3.5mm headphone socket USB port (for playback only, no charging function) 3.5mm aux in socket, stereo DC IN power supply socket
Dimensions 350 mm(L) x 105 mm(H) x 250 mm(D)
Weight 3.71 kg
Finish Wood/ABS

1. CD tray
2. IR receiver
3. 2.8” TFT screen display
4. 3.5mm AUX IN jack
5. Headphones out 3.5mm jack
6. Buttons and reel
7. DAB/FM antenna
8. Power button
9. Power DC IN
10. USB port
11. Software update port

To increase your convenience of use of download section, each of the products depends on availability has subfolders as follows:

  • firmware - contains the latest available version of the firmware. The firmware is packaged in a ZIP archive. You should unpack it and follow the instructions contained in the update. To unpack we recommend a free program 7-Zip that is available here.
  • manuals - contains manuals in PDF files, to read it is required to have a PDF reader. We recommend a fast and free Sumatra PDF reader that is available here.
  • tools - contains additional programs and utilities associated with the product, eg. to edit the settings, channel lists, programming via RS232 or USB etc.


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