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World’S First Portable HD Radio From Best Buy has Typical World’S First Price

World’S First Portable HD Radio From Best Buy has Typical World’S First Price
Best Buy’s Insignia is the world’s first portable HD radio, allowing users to enjoy high quality digital FM radio on the go. Meh. Who am I kidding? Best Buy is selling it for $50 (USD)! You…

Denon S-52 Tabletop Stereo Packs a Punch

Denon S-52 Tabletop Stereo Packs a Punch
This new audio system from Denon is loaded with just about every feature you’d ever want in compact stereo. The Denon S-52 combines a radio, CD player, iPod Dock and wireless audio streaming in a single…
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Polk Audio I-Sonic Es2 Itunes Integrated HD Radio

Polk Audio I-Sonic Es2 Itunes Integrated HD Radio
The I-Sonic Entertainment System 2 is the latest iPod docking stereo from Polk Audio. The system offers room-filling sound and an HD Radio receiver with a special iTunes track purchase feature. Using a technology called “iTunes…

Radiosophy: HD Radio Price Gets Down to Earth

Radiosophy: HD Radio Price Gets Down to Earth
While HD Radio hasn’t really caught on too broadly yet, one company is seeking to accelerate things by launching the first HD Radio receiver under $100. At just 99 bucks, the HD100 Radio from radiosophy costs…

Sangean Hdt-1 Adds HD Radio to Any Stereo System

Sangean Hdt-1 Adds HD Radio to Any Stereo System
HD Radio is a fairly new technology that broadcasts local digital radio stations over AM or FM without the static, crackle and pop that are often found in analog AM and FM broadcasts. While the volume…
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