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Read this: DAB radio to be standard in all new passenger cars – RadioToday

Summary: DAB Digital Radio will be installed as standard in all new passenger vehicles by the end of this year following new regulations passed through Parliament. As of Q2 2020, 93.9 of new cars registered in the UK were fitted with DAB digital radio as standard, and the new regulation will require the remaining 6 of new cars to be fitted with digital radio. - radiotoday.co.uk

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Saturday, 22 August 2020
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Richard Wood
8:16 AM

DAB is next to useless in my car. I travel, cross country, every week from Dorset to Gloucester. I cannot hold a DAB channel for even a quarter of that journey without many dropouts. So I always go to FM. What a mess they have caused!

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C. LeMay
9:30 AM

Richard Wood: I travel all over the country and most DAB stays just fine. I suspect your expecting a local/regional station to be available nationally.

If your losing National services such as the BBC - then you need to invest in a better car stereo. Most car manufacturers standard receivers are crap.

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StevensOnln1
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10:16 AM

Richard Wood: Which stations are you listening to? I've had DAB in my car for a few years now and have found coverage of the BBC national stations and stations on the D1 National commercial multiplex to be very good (I don't regularly listen to any stations on the SDL National commercial mux).

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