Driving Digital Radio home at 2004 Motor Show
DAB digital radio is at the Sunday Times Motor Show Live in Birmingham this year demonstrating the latest in-car entertainment choice – digital radio.
Hall 5, stand 5-040 is the place to experience the newest in-car DAB digital radios on the market. Vauxhall, GM Daewoo, TVR and Rover models will be on show, featuring digital radio technology inside.
? Vauxhall?s New Astra has added digital radio as a factory-fitted option to its newly designed audio system. See it on the DAB Digital Radio stand
? GM Daewoo?s latest model, the Lacetti, has digital radio as a price-listed option. See it on the DAB Digital Radio stand
? TVR offers digital radio as a factory fit across its entire range, with standard fit on the Tuscan S. See the new T350 on the Digital Radio stand
? DAB digital radio is available as an accessory at dealerships on Rover and MG cars. Experience DAB in the new Rover 45 on the Digital Radio stand
DAB digital radio is also available as a factory fitted option on the Lotus Elise 111R and as an accessory at Fiat dealerships.
Top ICE manufacturer JVC is also on hand with its hot new EXAD range of digital radios, including the KD-LXH601. With integrated DAB tuner, the unit will also play C D, C D-R and C D-RW as well as MP3 and WMA files. JVC will also show a number of packages, including a range of C D-Receivers with add-on DAB.
The Motor Show is at the Birmingham NEC from 25 May until 6 June.