Coupling FM with both longwave and shortwave broadcasting technologies, world receivers were incredibly popular during their time as a result of their ability to pick up all available radio stations. Providing a contemporary take on the world receiver is the new WorldRadio from Geneva Sound Systems. Utilizing a built-in wireless Bluetooth receiver alongside any internet-capable device – such as a tablet or smartphone – the WorldRadio allows users to stream all available internet radio stations with a frequency range of 70 Hz to 20 kHz. Also offering a full-color display alongside touch controls, the radio features a digital FM tuner and can function as a clock radio or an amplifier/speaker for external sources via a 3.5 mm line input. Retailing for $299.95 USD, the Geneva WorldRadio will be available in January 2013 in black, red and metallic silver and can be pre-ordered http://uristocrat.com/2012/04/nike-air-yeezy-2-pure-platinum/ now.