updated 09:20 am EDT, Fri April 13, 2007
Radiosophy HD100 Radio
Radiosophy on Friday pushed out one of the first truly lower-priced HD radios available. The HD100 promises the boosted quality of the digital radio standard without the excess of other radios, and includes all the core features such as song and traffic information alongside the music. Simplicity is also important, the company says, with auto-scan for stations optionally keeping just to HD stations. An alarm clock and an aux input for MP3 players round out the main features.
The radio specialist plans to release the HD100 in May for $120. The price drops to $100 to reward early adopters who buy the new receiver by the end of June.