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Has Anyone Tried Hd-Radio? And is it really that great? How Does it work?

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Yo im interested in upgrading my sounds in my car and was wondering if any 1 has an Hd-Radio, is it worth it? is it the next generation of radio? I know from research that regular f.m. sends about 96k's of audio quality which is near cd,, Yeah ok I know thats bull, But does any 1 know the bitrate of an Hd-Radio broadcast? Give a little insight if you can.

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Yo im interested in upgrading my sounds in my car and was wondering if any 1 has an Hd-Radio, is it worth it? is it the next generation of radio? I know from research that regular f.m. sends about 96k's of audio quality which is near cd,, Yeah ok I know thats bull, But does any 1 know the bitrate of an Hd-Radio broadcast? Give a little insight if you can.

i havent really tried it, but ive heard it, and its suppose to be about 600kbps, but its probally more like 350-400, you can hear the difference, but its probably not worth it right now.

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So I saw that Hd-Radio is supposed to be capable of 5.1 surround sound,, which is a load of bull, most car audio systems are only stereo anyway. and I really doubt music bands are recording theirs songs in 5.1 surround sound.... So has any one else have a reason to go Hd-Radio

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