Thanks to a tip from one of my readers, I learned today that Crutchfield has the new JVC KT-HDP1 Plug-and-Play HD Radio. This unit is described as “universal add-on HD Radio tuner that connects to factory and aftermarket stereos.” This is via a wired or wireless FM modulator. The KT-HDP1 sells for a reasonable $129.99 but seems to require that you purchase it as one of three “kits.” So if, for example, you choose the “do it yourself kit,” the cost of the kit and tuner goes to a total of 179.98.
It would seem that the KT-HDP1 should be a standalone unit as there is a a whole routine you need to go through to identify your car by make and model. But then, maybe not.
I found the text a bit confusing but you can check it our yourself by clicking on the URL link.
If you’re interested in learning more about thi new JVC HD radio, click on the URL Link below. (Go to URL)
Now, you can add comments to this blog and I invite you to do so
One of my readers suggested that my blog would be better if I were to permit you, good readers, to add comments to my posts.
Well, now you can.
At the bottom of each post is the word “Comments.” Click on it and you can add your name (if you choose) and your observations regarding anything I’ve said.
So, fire away. Let me know what you think about your experience with any HD Radios (I really welcome reviews), your take on HD technology, what’s happening with HD2 channels your area … or anything else that occurs to you.
I await your thoughts.