HD Radio. Yeah, I’ve never listened to it either, but Cambridge SoundWorks apparently still has faith in it, what with its new Radio 820HD and all. It looks remarkably similar to its iPod dock’d radio from a few days ago, but you’ll find no such compatibility here (aside from the aux inputs). It does, however, let you listen to regular radio, CDs and the aforementioned HD Radio, which is essentially just higher fidelity commercial radio. Most major cities have at least a few HD Radio stations, many of which are simulcasts of popular FM stations.
The Radio 820HD could be a fine way to jump aboard the HD Radio bandwagon, provided “crystal-clear” radio is worth $300 to you.
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