What cars have an HD Radio in them?
New 2017 Car Models To Integrate DTS® HD Radio™ Technology
- Acura: NSX.
- Infiniti: QX30, Q60 and QX60.
- Kia: Niro.
- Lincoln: Continental.
- Nissan: Pathfinder and GT-R.
- Toyota: 86, Yaris iA and Corolla iM.
- Volvo: S90 and V60.
- Jaguar: F-Pace.
How do I tune my HD2?
- You use the tune button to sequentially tune to the frequency’s HD1, HD2 and HD3 channels.
- Press the up or down arrow for less than one second to go to the next higher or lower sub-channel.
- You have to use the left / right arrows (at bottom of control panel) to change between sub-channels.
What is HD2 on the radio?
Current HD technology allows the addition of one extra music channel and three extra talk channels before the sound quality begins to suffer. The extra stations are referred to as HD2 stations. If an HD Radio receiver loses the digital signal, it seamlessly fades back to analog FM until the digital signal returns.
What are HD2 radio stations?
Do I need a special antenna for HD Radio?
You can receive HD Radio signals with the antenna that came with your car, as long as that antenna is in good shape. Even if you drive a 40-year-old truck, the antenna is more than equal to the task of pulling in HD Radio broadcasts.
What are HD Radio stations?
HD Radio (HDR) is a trademark for an in-band on-channel (IBOC) digital radio broadcast technology. It generally simulcasts an existing analog radio station in digital format with less noise and with additional text information.
What are HD Radio channels?
HD Radio stations broadcast a digital signal over traditional radio frequencies allowing for up to three additional stations of new local content. Let’s say your favorite local radio station is on 96.9FM. With HD Radio technology, that same station is being broadcast in digital sound on 96.9 HD1.