Sharks Radio - Digital Radio Recorder

TiVo and other digital video recorders or DVRs have been around since 1999. However, digital radio recorders, or RRA

When compared to what was involved in the laying of the line TiVo devices together, developing a digital radio recorder seems to be a fairly simple process. Perhaps what is missing is any economic boost to the electronics manufacturers of interest, since there was certainly no rush to get digital radio recorder in the hands of the listening public.

Griffin Technology radio SHARK and

But in 2004, Griffin Technology introduced its Shark Radio, digital radio recorder that not only turned any PC into a Mac for AM  FM receiver, which allowed listeners to record radio broadcasts in real time.

Like TiVo, the digital radio recorder, radio SHARK was a function of time-shift recording to allow users to pause a live broadcast back to a previous segment and catch up if it was interrupted, and also allow the recording of a program for people later time.

However, the Radio Shark digital recorder was not limited to recording, radio station had a role that could block the user's favorite stations with a click of the mouse, and allows for easy scanning and development of new stations.

SHARK digital radio radio recorder connected to the PC via the USB port, which was fed, and it seemed that the shark's dorsal fin for which it was named. The end was the antenna and digital radio recorder could simply be moved to provide the best reception. And any broadcast recorder stored in the radio shark digital radio could be transferred to an iPod or MP compatible audio file sharing for later listening.

Radio Shark 2

Digital radio recorder, radio SHARK developed a following, so Griffin Technology continued to develop the concept, and interrupted in late 2006 for the radio SHARK 2 digital radio recorder. Improved radio Shark 2 include a USB extension cable, allowing the receiver is placed eight feet away from the PC, a chip more powerful radio receiver, a tuner of the display that accurately reflects a radio dial traditional and internet radio integration for menu AM  FM. Internet radio recorder opens possibilities to your digital radio for international broadcasting.

Shark2 radio digital radio recorder also has software that provides the user with all necessary instructions to master the record time of change, station selection and tuning, and optional antenna extension for those living in areas with poor reception. And, 49.95, $ 69.95 from planting radio receiver radio SHARK digital original is a very attractive price!