Read this: Norway to start FM switchover on January 11th
Summary: The countdown is on to the official start of digital radio switchover in Norway, beginning on January 11th at 1111.11am. The formal ceremony in Norway will be watched by many countries around the world who themselves are heading towards a digital radio future, including the UK. Norway is the first country in the world to move the majority of its radio stations off FM. Norway has 25 national radio channels via DAB and currently has five national radio channels via FM. The DAB network now covers the same as FM. 54 of digital listeners listen to radio on DAB 19 per cent of digital listeners are on the net. - radiotoday.co.ukradiotoday.co.ukNorway to start FM switchover on January…
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Norway to start digital switchover.
I sincerely hope that the UK does not even entertain the idea of abandoning FM.
I am sure that many many people shall be very sore at having to scrap their expensive receivers, including me, with an Onkyo system.
DAB in the UK is far from being close to the CD quality of FM, and almost ALL DAB stations broadcast only in mono.
Only the few DAB+ Broadcast in stereosound.
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