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Morphy Richards radio digitizes world broadcasts

updated 02:45 pm EDT, Mon March 12, 2007

Morphy Digital Radio

Stereo maker Morphy Richards today catered to world listeners with the DRM Radio. Besides supporting local AM/FM and DAB digital radio, the receiver supports the new Digital Radio Mondiale standard. Short-, middle-, and long-wave radio transmissions from around the world are translated into digital broadcasts, producing FM-quality audio streams regardless of where the listener happens to be.

The radio further doubles as a speaker for music players, with an aux-in jack for iPods and other MP3 players as well as an SD card slot to play MP3s directly from flash storage. It ships from the UK for the equivalent of $290. [via Tech Digest]



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