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Saturday, 28th February 2004
Aria launches DAB data/digital radio receiver for USB PCs running Windows

Aria Digital has announced its dual-band (Band III and L) PC-based receiver for DAB digital radio.

Compatible with DAB Bar and other Wavefinder user interfaces, the Aria Digital A-6000 offers an optical digital output, a 3.5mm stereo output socket and stereo RCA phono sockets.

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Aria Digital A-6000 PC-based DAB receiver                            
As part of Aria Digital's "Global DAB" policy the A-6000 has both Band 111 and L-Band capability, so can be used in any country where DAB digital radio is broadcast.

The A-6000 is also capable of saving files in MP2, MP3 and WAV onto a PC's hard disk. Its supplied software also handles EPG (programme) information. The A-6000 is supplied with antenna, graphical user interface software and power supply, priced GBP99.90.

To receive DAB digital radio stations in the UK, you need a DAB digital radio - a new type of radio that can receive digital radio broadcasts. For more information, read our guide to DAB digital radio and discover more about radios available to buy.

Related links:
Aria Digital website.
guide to DAB digital radio, on this website.
portable & kitchen digital radios, available to buy now, via this website.
pocket & personal DAB radios, on this website.
hi-fi separates DAB digital tuners, on this website. promo banner

Have it all? DAB digital radio

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