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At last! After years of the benefits of digital radio being confined to the five mainland state capital cities, some other areas of Australia are
It’s hard for a “digital” radio to even get called “retro”, but that’s exactly what Bush has accomplished, with two modern radios that looks like a piece out of yesteryear with functionality from today.
Media players tend to have lots of buttons to press, confusing owners in the process, but a new product on the way from Pure brings things back to basics.
Laser’s Pocket Radio allows you to enjoy digital radio when you’re out and about, and at $90 it’s one of the cheaper digital radio options available. Even then, it’s probably $90 too much.
It’s been just over a year now since digital radio first launched in Australia, and what a year it has been. If you live in a major city, there’s really no excuse anymore to avoid getting a DAB+ radio.
The ABC will create a dedicated digital radio station to broadcast ANZAC Day dawn services and marches from around the country this Sunday, 25 April.
Almost 450,000 people are listening to digital radio in the five state capitals each week, with the 104,000 digital radios bought by consumers in the
The OXX Classic DAB+ digital radio is a pretty good little digital all-rounder – DAB+ digital radio, internet radio, FM radio, streams music from your
The first DAB+ digital receiver from Philips, the AE5230 features a classic desktop design, FM reception, QuickScan for locating DAB+ stations, a bright and easy
TEAC’s first DAB+ digital radio, the SR-2DAB, includes a dock for iPod and iPhone, FM reception with up to 30 presets, and a dual alarm
There’s been a lot of action on the ‘tabletop’ size in digital radio, but little has been released in a more portable size. But now,
When a few months ago I started looking at UK sites to dig into all things digital radio, a particular model of radio caught my
We wrote recently about the soon-to-be released Pure Sensia digital radio. Well, last night I laid eyes, ears and hands on it, and I can
The Pure Sensia digital radio – just how future-retro-cool does it look! Like someone stole it from the set of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ in
The new sound of the airwaves is gaining momentum, with more radio stations now broadcasting in digital and more DAB+ equipment in stores. Anthony Fordham
Digital radio is finally here, and to celebrate, GadgetGuy, in association with Glen Dimplex Australia, has two digital radios to give away. First prize is