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TEAC releases its first HD Radio receiver

updated 02:00 pm EDT, Thu March 12, 2009

TEAC HD Radio receiver

TEAC on Thursday announced the release of its first tabletop dock radio with HD Radio support. Besides improved audio quality, HD Radio support gives listeners on-screen artist and title information from the roughly 2,000 stations in the air. The HD-1 also sports a dock for charging and playing music content from iPods and iPhones. The artist and song information also enables the iTunes Tagging feature, which lets users save the information of a song they like and find the track the next time the Apple device syncs with iTunes.

Otherwise, the HD-1 functions as a dual alarm clock radio with a remote control and five equalizer presets for customizing the sound to a user's preference. A headphone jack and video and audio outputs are built into the HD-1. The TEAC HD-1 has an official $130 price tag and is available now at certain Costco stores in the US.






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  1. Haywire

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    Joined: Nov 2001

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    ?? I thought HD Radio...

    was dead.

    All I hear now is to pick-up the stations for free with the iHeart Radio app on the iPhone.

  1. Haywire

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Nov 2001

    -1

    ?? I thought HD Radio...

    was dead.

    All I hear now is to pick-up the stations for free with the iHeart Radio app on the iPhone.

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