HD Radio Rebate Program

A new HD Radio Rebate Program in celebration of Moms, Dads and Grads was announced today that will effectively reduce HD Radio receiver prices by $40. The program applies to most HD Radio receivers – from tabletops to car connect adapters – and runs from April 29 through July 3, 2007.

“There has never been a better time to experience HD Radio broadcasting, and this rebate program makes HD Radio products more affordable than ever – in some cases, more than 20 percent off current retail prices,” said Robert Struble, President and CEO, iBiquity Digital Corporation. “Whether it’s for a music fan, technology lover, or just an avid listener of AM/FM radio, a new HD Radio receiver is a great gift for Mom, Dad or Grad this spring. Plus, the huge variety of new programming now available on HD2 channels means there is sure to be something for everyone, whatever their individual interests.”

National retailers of HD Radio products include: Amazon.com, Best Buy, Circuit City, Costco.com, Crutchfield, RadioShack, The Sharper Image, Tweeter and Wal-mart. There are also hundreds of other regional and specialty retailers who carry HD Radio products.

The following HD Radio products are eligible for the $40 rebate:

  • Accurian: HD-TTR
  • ADA: HDM1 Module
  • Alpine: DVA-9965, TUA-T500HD
  • Boston Acoustics: Receptor HD
  • Cambridge SoundWorks: SoundWorks Radio HD820, SoundWorks Tuner HD850
  • DaySequerra: M1, M4
  • Denon DRA 697CI with HD module
  • Directed Electronics: DMHD-1000, DHHD-1000
  • Eclipse: HDR-105
  • JVC: KD-HDR1, KD-HDW10
  • Kenwood: KTC-HR100TR
  • Integra / Onkyo: C-HDXM Module
  • Metra: AXXESS AHDT-01
  • Niles: ICS TM-HD/R
  • Panasonic: CQ-CB8901U
  • Polk Audio: I-Sonic Entertainment System
  • Polk Audio Designs: HDX3
  • Peripheral: P-HDRT
  • Radiosophy: MultiStream, HD100
  • Rotel RT-1084HD
  • Sangean: HDR-1, HDT-1
  • Visteon: HDJump/HDP250, HDZoom/HDZ300, HDPULSE/HDT200

Full details and complete rules about this rebate offer and specific instructions and mail-in requirements are available.

About HD Radio Broadcasting
More than 1,200 AM and FM radio stations, available to approximately 80% of the U.S. population, are using HD Radio technology to transmit digital audio and data to their listeners. Beyond delivering dramatically improved sound quality over analog, digital HD Radio technology allows stations to expand their programming via HD2 multicast channels. Over 600 stations today are using HD2 channels to broadcast fresh new music and news formats, showcase young artists and local bands, air non-English language programming, and more. Other HD Radio applications include text and graphics content shown on receiver display screens and delivery of real-time traffic updates. HD Radio receivers are available from more than two dozen manufacturers at retail outlets across the county.