Thursday, September 04, 2008

High Quality Digital Sound on Your Radio

All of us enjoy high quality digital sound from our discman. Nevertheless these days one can also listen to your own local radio stations in high digital quality sound. HD Radio is the most significant advancement in radio broadcasting since the introduction of FM stereo more than 50 years ago. For years, radio stations used an analog signal to broadcast standard programming — and they still do — but HD radio is broadcast as a digital signal. In essence, each FM station that transmits HD radio is using up the guard bands around its frequency allocation, at low power, to transmit the digital info. HD Radio is a versatile service that can be enjoyed at home, at work, or in the car.

Boasting no subscription fees, more channels, iPod Tagging, new music and various formats, HD Radio is a serious contender in the ever-growing radio market. HD Radio is a technology that is revolutionizing the AM and FMbroadcasting industry. Therefore, HD Radio is considered an attractive alternative to satellite radio, which charges a fee for its use. Since HD Radio is a free broadcast, all you have to do is get a new HD Radio receiver such as the Polk iSonic ES2 for your home or car.

HD Radio technology enables AM and FM radio stations to broadcast their programs digitally – a tremendous technological leap from the analog broadcasts of the past. HD Radio broadcasting is your favorite local AM and FM radio stations broadcasting digitally, producing radically improved sound, and many more new FREE FM channels.

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