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HD Radio Review at CES 2011
Columbia, MD - Jan 6, 2011 - The HD Radio Technology showcase at the 2011 CES featured the latest consumer products for home, portable, auto and iPod/iPhone; as well as the 2011 Ford Fusion, VW Jetta, and Subaru Forester, each equipped with HD Radio technology.
In addition, several HD Radio advanced features were on display at the HD Radio Booth:
Toyota has launched HD Radio in 2012 model year vehicles. Toyota will be the first OEM to offer the iTunes Tagging feature on all radios that include HD Radio.
The first factory-installed implementation of Artist Experience was showcased by Volkswagen at CES in the HD Radio booth.
Ibiquity says HD Radio technology's growth in the OEM segment is principally driven by three trends: First, many brands have made their HD Radio offerings a standard feature, such as BMW, Volvo, Mini, while other brands have broadened their HD Radio vehicle line-ups, such as Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Lincoln, Land Rover and Audi. Second, HD Radio Technology is being installed on many new vehicles targeted to the mass market. Such models as the Ford Fusion, Ford Explorer, Ford F-150, Hyundai Sonata, Scion tC and iQ, VW Jetta, VW Tiguan, Jaguar, Mini Cooper and Subaru Forester now feature HD Radio Technology in popular option packages. Finally, as an increasingly important part of the in-car entertainment experience, HD Radio receiver volumes continue to rise with the upward trend in overall new car sales.
CES 2011 was the launching point of many new automotive aftermarket models featuring built-in HD Radio technology. Notable new models include HD Radio built-in head units from Alpine and Clarion, as well as several models that expand the product ranges of Kenwood, JVC, Pioneer and Sony.
The JVC KW-NT50HDT is the first auto aftermarket unit with Artist Experience. This model also includes Total Traffic + (a Clear Channel service) and iTunes tagging, marking the first time these three Advanced Features are available on a single device.
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