Do you get an enjoyable listening pleasure from your radio? If not, you need to have a HD digital receiver and enjoy it's crystal-clear sound. And they are now very affordable. Yes, they are cheap and unlike satellite radio, they are free to use. That's right; you don't need to sign any contract and or pay any subscription fees, all you need is the radio!
What is HD Radio anyway? It's a high-definition digital technology that enables AM and FM stations to broadcast their programs digitally. It provides superior reception of digital AM/FM and existing AM/FM signals. This next-generation radio receives the additional digital channels many FM stations now offer on their current frequency.
With HD radio:
You will have a better listening experience: FM stations now have CD-quality sound while AM stations now have FM-quality sound. The reception is crystal-clear; no hiss, distortion or station drop off. You can hear the difference!
Your radio has better features. It displays real-time artist and song ID's across your display. There is more information on your dial such as traffic alerts, stock info, sport scores, weather alerts, school closings, and many more. You will have access to more channels. HD radios now offer multiple channels on the same FM frequency. You don't need to learn new station numbers while digital signal is broadcast on current analog frequencies.
With this kind of radio, you will have more programming. There is broader song lists with more music diversity; undiscovered artists and music, new blends and mixes of formats, more talk, more comedy, and more news. You can use the same local stations you love with your favorite programs and local personalities.
With all these features, your radio becomes really cheap. Again all of the features are FREE of charge. There's no contract and no subscription fees, all you need is a new radio. The HD digital receiver will undoubtedly become the next generation radio.
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