What is DAB?
DAB stands for Digital Audio Broadcasting. It’s a way of listening to the radio with digital, rather than analogue sound quality (FM/AM). This gives the listener the ability to search a much larger choice of stations that are broadcast with crystal clear sound and offer on-screen artist and song information.
What stations can you get?
Here are just a few! In addition to your current favourites, you’ll be able to listen to lots of new digital stations, such as BBC 6Music, BBC 1xtra, Absolute Radio, Jazz FM and Planet Rock.
Why use DAB?
More choice: extra sport, speech and music stations
Great sound: hiss and crackle-free digital quality sound
Easy tuning: find the station you want by name
Digital features: track and artist Information
Digital radio coverage is expanding all the time, with new transmitters being added all over the country. There’s already good coverage on most motorways and major roads, so you can be confident that DAB signals will be available on the majority of journeys.
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