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    DAB radio.

    Again, this is for my transit. I don't have DAB radio and would like some idea of a cheap way of getting it.
    I don't want to buy a new radio and I don't do all this smart phone, app stuff.
    Is there some sort of adaptor that does not need bluetooth? An if so, are they any good?
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    DAB, doesn`t actually broadcast.
    Stick with FM and a CD player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesp View Post
    DAB, doesn`t actually broadcast.
    Stick with FM and a CD player.
    But I like Planet Rock......
    Paul.
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    Halfords used to do a DAB receiver that broadcasts an FM signal that you tune your radio to. Worked pretty well too. I needed to buy the associated aerial - you have to have it so why not just put it in the box?
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