Eight prominent consumer electronics brands will demonstrate an expanding lineup of HD Radio enabled products at the CEDIA Expo this week. Sixteen models – high-end receivers, pre-amplifiers, tuners, tuner cards, and complete audio systems – will be on display, allowing attendees to experience the quality and content choice that HD Radio broadcasting offers.
The latest products include:
- Audio Design Associates’ new SWAN Structured Wiring Audio Network, expanding a lineup that includes the Duo Tuner and Tune Suite tuners, and the Suite 8100 multi-zone receiver
- Denon’s AVP-A1HDCI preamplifier/tuner, AVR-4308CI and AVR-5308CI A/V receivers, and the SR-52 executive shelf system which join the previously available DRA-697CIHD multi-source/multi-zone receiver
- Integra’s DTR-8.8 home theater receiver, DTC-9.8 preamplifier/processor and the HD-SAT, a new tuner card for the TUN-3.7 multi-platform tuner
- Marantz’s SR8002 surround receiver
- Yamaha’s RX-Z11 flagship receiver
These products, as well as those from Niles, Onkyo, Polk and Rotel provide audiophiles and casual listeners alike with plenty of choices for enjoying HD Radio broadcasting.
“The increased fidelity and expanded, rich content of digital HD Radio broadcasting are a must-have for consumers installing high-end audio and home theater systems,” said Robert Struble, President and CEO, iBiquity Digital Corporation, the developer of HD Radio technology. “In fact, HD Radio technology is available in over 50 products across multiple product categories. We will see new products and features announced throughout this fall and winter.”
Please visit the following CEDIA booths to experience products enhanced with HD Radio technology:
- Audio Design Associates – Booth #500
- Denon Electronics – Booth #204
- Onkyo/Integra – Booth #750
- Marantz America – Booth #200
- Niles Audio – Booth #606
- Polk Audio – Booth #830
- Rotel – Booth #550
- Yamaha – Booth #450
HD Radio technology is also available in a wide variety of table top and car radios. In addition to the companies listed above, home radios are available from Accurian (by RadioShack), Cambridge SoundWorks, DICE Electronics, Directed Electronics, Polk Audio, Radiosophy, Sangean and Sony. A variety of radios are also available for cars, from such companies as Alpine, DICE, JVC, Kenwood, Peripheral Electronics, Sony and Visteon.
More than 1,400 FM and AM stations in the United States broadcast with crystal-clear HD Radio technology; and more than 600 new FM stations are broadcast only to radios that include the technology.
About iBiquity Digital
iBiquity Digital Corporation is the developer of the HD Radio system which is powering the AM/FM digital radio revolution. This transformational technology allows AM and FM stations to broadcast digital signals in tandem with their analog signals, providing broadcasters with a platform to deliver multiple channels of programming (HD2 multicasting); crystal-clear, CD-quality sound; advanced services such as traffic updates; and text information. HD Radio technology is being or has been tested in many countries throughout the world, including Argentina, Australia, Bosnia, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Switzerland, Thailand and Ukraine. iBiquity’s investors are global leaders in the technology, broadcasting, manufacturing, media and financial industries.
HD Radio(TM) and the HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp.