May 30, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger
Remember terrestrial radio? That thing you listened to before Stern went Sirius or you hooked up your iPod to your car stereo?
You’ve probably heard about HD Radio and its promise of CD-like clarity as well as multiple stations per frequency. Sony is the latest manufacturer trying to assist in delivering this upgraded radio listening experience by offering its first HD Radio products in July.
The company is aiming in popular listening areas such as the car and other places where a tabletop radio is preferred to a full-blown stereo. Sony’s XDR-S3HD will reportedly be a $200 tabletop AM/FM/HD radio, while its XT-100HD is a $100 tuner module to complement Sony car stereo units.
For more information check out www.hdradio.com or www.sony.com.
Via: USA Today
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