Haven’t embraced digital radio yet? Perhaps you don’t really care? Perhaps you don’t have the right device? The former is your problem, but OXX Digital can help with the latter, having recently appointed its new Australian distributors.
OXX Digital's Classic DAB+ provides access to more than 15,000 internet stations and podcasts worldwide, sortable by genre, location and popularity.
OK. That takes care of the “who”, let’s talk about the “what”.
The Classic DAB+ is available in piano black or ivory white finishes at an RRP of $299. Variety of content is key. Music, talkback, news and sport... pretty much what you get now with analogue radio but with a gazillion more channels to choose from. Imagine how many Kyle Sandilandses and John Lawses of the international airwaves you haven’t listened to yet.
The features list comprises: DAB/ FM /internet radio; timber cabinet for better audio quality; intuitive menu system via simple scroll and select interface; scrolling display – ‘Now Playing’ ‘Web Addresses’ ‘Phone Numbers’ ‘News Headlines’ ‘Weather’; Internet Radio and podcast stations available via WiFi or Ethernet; headphone/stereo line out and line in for iPod / MP3 Player; dual alarm clock; 12 Preset stations (4 x DAB/4 x FM /4 x Internet Radio) plus the ability to add extra 50 additional Internet Stations via ‘My Added Stations’
Stay tuned for a Gizmodo hands-on, just as soon or very soon after we get our hands on one.