I’ve had a love-hate relationship with DAB ever since I discovered it.
I loved the added choice in radio stations, but hated that I needed a second aerial in the car, and that having it required a different radio, with severely limited choice of models. Even now in 2014, there’s not much choice if you want an in-car DAB radio with bluetooth.
Look for a radio with cd, usb input, bluetooth, etc. and there’s plentiful choice. But add those three letters of D-A-B, and it becomes all the more awkward.
Still, it was always good at home, right?
Well, yes and no. Continue reading The Death of DAB at (My) Home