Jensen Intros Two HD Radio Receivers
Las Vegas - Nov 2, 2007 - Jensen unveiled its first two HD Radio receivers, models HD5112 and HD5212 at SEMA. According to Audiovox, the parent of Jensen, the HD5112 and HD5212 are the first HD Radio car receivers to offer Ipod connectivity and satellite radio capability. The only difference between the two units is the color of the faceplate. The HD5112 has a silver face plate and lists for $150, and the HD5212 has a black faceplate and lists for $160.
Both units feature a front-panel, 3.5mm aux input, detachable faceplate and an LCD display. Ipods are connected through an included cable, and the radios feature a USB port for thumb drives.
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