I recently found a Cnet review of the JVC plug-and-play radio which can be used in both the car and the home.

Here is the review in its entirety.

“The good: JVC KT-HDP1 is a compact and stylish device with a user-friendly HD Radio programming interface and numerous audio customization features. We particularly like its universal connectivity and its wide range of installation options.

“The bad: The monochrome LCD screen is not the most visually compelling display we’ve seen, and the orientation of the volume buttons makes it cumbersome to adjust while driving along.

“The bottom line: If you’re looking for a cost-effective means of bringing HD Radio into your car, the JVC KT-HDP1 is an attractive option.

“Specs: Tuner bands: AM/FM; Audio system built-in display: LCD” … etc.

I guess Cnet liked the unit and it certainly interests me. If any of you have had any experince with it, I hope you will provide a comment.

In the meantime, if you’re looking to surprise someone with a great Christmas gift, I suggest either the Radiosophy HD100, a real bargain at $99.95 or the Sangean HDR-1. You can get full details on the HD100 by clicking on the button, below. For more information on the Sangean HDR-1, click on the URL link.