DAB (Band III and L-Band), DAB+, FM and AM
DAB is a method of radio broadcasting using digital signals instead of analogue signals, for near CD-quality sound. DAB provides virtually interference-free reception with no distortion or noise such as hiss or crackle.
40-station DAB/DAB+, 30-station FM and 30-station AM preset tuning
All stations can be accessed with two turns of the rotary encoder knob, after which it stops. Favourite stations can be set at either end for greater convenience.
Auto FM/AM station memory
Auto FM/AM Station Memory automatically presets the 30 strongest FM/AM stations on the dial so you don't have to preset them manually.
Multi-status station memory
Each station memory includes the parameters set when it was memorised, for optimum quality each time it is selected.
Radio Data System broadcast reception
You can receive TP (Traffic Programme) Radio Data System information.
2-line, 16-character (5x7 dot matrix) display
This high and wide display provides a larger amount of more precise information, making the tuning operation easier.