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Ralf Jurrien : April 16th 2007 - 00:17 CET

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NewsLow cost HD radio receiver : Radiosophy, LLC, announced a HD Radio receiver scheduled to begin shipping in May 2007. The HD100 is a fully-featured entry-level HD Radio which will retail for $119.95. For a limited time only, Radiosophy is offering the HD100 at an introductory price of $99.95. To take advantage of this special offer, orders must be placed by June 30th, 2007. The HD100 features a line-in input which allows users to play MP3 and other audio devices through the radio speakers. Also, the receiver has a “scan HD” feature allowing the tuner to scan only for HD Radio stations in the listening area. As soon as the radio detects a digital station, an indicator light blinks until the receiver locks on that station.
Low cost HD radio receiverRadioSophy HD 100 radio receiver
“We’re excited to be shipping the HD100 radio in May,” stated Bill Billings, founder and Chief Technical Officer. “It’s very easy to use and features everything HD Radio has to offer for a very affordable price.” The HD100 has all the common clock radio functions - alarm, snooze, and sleep and users can select up to five FM station presets and five AM station presets. Additionally, the receiver allows for the connection of external AM and FM antennas. Radiosophy will be displaying the HD100 radio in two different locations at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Expo in Las Vegas, April 14-19th. Attendees can see it at the Nautel booth (N8111) and the Harris Corporation booth (N2502.)

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On Monday, April 14th from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m., the Radiosophy HD100 and MultiSteam will be displayed in conjunction with an HD Radio demo by Beasley Broadcasting just outside the main entrance to the convention center. Radio Guide’s Barry Mishkind is hosting a luncheon with the “Lunch Bunch” at the Riviera Hotel Buffet Restaurant on Tuesday, April 15th. Radiosophy will be attending and giving away an HD100 radio as a door prize.





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