British hi-fi manufacturer has announced one of the first digital radio tuners to be sold in Australia, but hang onto your hats cos it's gonna cost ya.
The Alpine iDA-X100 car stereo and TUA-T550HD HD radio tuner bring a one-two punch of digital audio into a car's cabin.
Foxtel finally enables the last tuner on its iQ2 recorder which means you can now record two programs at once while watching a third, but it may take till December.
Plug this digital tuner into your PC to pull down over-the-air or cable QAM signals. It comes with DVR software, though you can also use Windows Media Center.
Newegg has a digital USB TV tuner for just $14.99 plus shipping, though you'll have to wait on a $20 mail-in rebate.
Tivoli Audio didn't announce any new products at its annual showcase, but it boldly unveiled 13 new finishes for one existing product, its NetWorks Global Audio System.
We look at a couple of Sony's hot topics of 2008 that have yet to make an impact in 2009.
On this week's episode, Donald and Jasmine discuss at length whether brick-and-mortar record shops are worth saving...or at least, Donald does, while Jasmine wonders whether he will ever get sick of talking about it. Also, Jasmine expounds upon the virtue
CNET Car Tech posts a first look at the Alpine IXAW404 car stereo unit.
The Internet radio database company Reciva has added Pandora access to 10 standalone Wi-Fi radios.