Three new models are added to the company's product line.
The unit also plays from a USB port.
Skype support means stations that use STAC-VIP for their call-ins can take wideband calls from anyone who has Skype installed on his PC or smartphone.
Scion now offers HD Radio standard across its entire vehicle line-up.
The free Slacker Radio application will be available as an app in the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Insignia partnered with the IAAIS to add the features most requested by those Americans with vision loss or impairment.
With the June 30, 2012, CAP-compliance deadline looming, the DASDEC-II has been approved for station use.
The car unit boasts a series of features and the ability to play multiple media formats.
The controller provides easier access to an iPhone's functions when used in the car.
A built-in Bluetooth interface can access music from Internet stations or playlists from a computer, smartphone or tablet.
The beta software puts level-controlling software into a computer for consumer listening.
20 products were chosen by the Radio magazine Pick Hits panel.
The multichannel driver boasts a software-only implementation of real-time audio algorithms.
The free 3D design program features new layout capabilities.
The HD Radio monitor earned a Radio magazine Pick Hit at the 2011 NAB Show.
Mobitest measures page load times on most popular mobile devices.
The new version adds Mac functionality and compliance with ITU and EBU specs.
The XL2 Projector allows the XL2 screen to be viewed on a PC.
SureStream uses re-sequencing technology to stream high-quality audio and recover from lost data packets.
The new device will be available in April 2012.
TPEG works with DAB radio to provide more detailed, accurate and timely traffic information, coordinated with the vehicle's satellite navigation.
The new vehicle also includes Bluetooth integration for smartphones and Internet streaming.
The JVC KW-NT500HDT and KW-NT800HDT include traffic, Pandora, SiriusXM and HD Radio.
The David IV sports five bands of dynamic range compression and equalization, gain-riding AGC, stereo field enhancements, sub-bass augmentation, and Inovonics' patented PIPP limiter.
New HD Radio receivers range in price from $60 to $150.