WE MUST NOT GO DIGITAL FOR RADIO BROADCASTS. MORE EMISSIONS. MORE BATTERIES DITCHED AS DONT LAST LONG. IMY PARTNER MY SON AND I HAVE 3 RADIO ALARM CLOCKS .RADIO ON HIFI. RADIO IN KITCHEN, TWO CAR RADIOS,2 WIND UP RADIOS.2 MOBILE PHONES WITH RADIOS. NOT SURE HOW CAR RADIOS CAN BE CHANGED UNLESS OF COURSE I DITCH THE 2 CARS WE OWN. THEN DO I DITCH ALL MY RADIOS TO LANDFILL.I HAVE DAB ON MY SATALITE RECIEVER QUALITY NOT MUCH TO TALK ABOUT.

HOWEVER I CANNOT RECIEVE DIGITAL IN BRISTOL NTH WITHOUT AMPLIFICATION OF SIGNAL. ICANT SEE DIGITAL WORING IF YOUR ON THE MOVE AS THERE IS LIKELY TO BE LOADS OF DEAD SPOTS.

WE MUST KEEP FM ANALOUGE AND IF DAB COMES THEN RUN IT SIDE BY SIDE.

Why is this idea important?

TO KEEP CARBON FOODPRINT LOW AVOIDING BATTERY WASTE AND LANDFILLS FREE OF DUFF RADIOS. AVOID CONFUSION AND EXPENSE TO THE POPULATION. AVOID COSTS TO GOVERMENT AND BACKLASH FROM POULATION.

3 Replies to “DAB RADIO”

  1. Digital radios use no more power than an FM radio. You get a clearer signal from a greater distance thus requiring lower power transmitters, you also get more stations on the same bandwidth as old school FM and AM. Anyone under 40 should be able to operate a DAB radio, those over 40 should learn. Car radios can be changed by anyone who is willing to look inside a manual, its as simple as loosening 4 to 8 screws, pulling the unit out, removing the cables and then repeating the operation backwards with the new unit. All halfords would perform this service for free.

    Technology must advance, keep up or be left behind. People would have said the same about cars when horses were adequate, computers when pencils and calculators were adequate, Telephones when letters and telegram were adequate.

  2. DAB was and is a waste of effort the money wasted on DAB should of been put into guess it if you are clever

  3. First things first save your money and get that keyboard fixed. There’s no charge for using the lower case letters you know.

    Secondly how about recycling the old electronic goods for either their component parts (very worthwhile) or alternatively giving them to countries where they can’t afford analogue radios and bringing communication to those less fortunate than yourselves? That’s my two pence worth.

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