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May 29, 2011

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Tom Welch

Jeff,check this radio site out: http://home.comcast.net/~phils_radio_designs/

Jeffrey McMahon

Nice to see the comparisons, Tom. Notice nothing has changed much in radio offerings in the last 5 years with the exception of DSP chips.

Mark Roberts

But I would argue that the availability of DSP chips is a real game-changer, the biggest change in radio since digital tuning. It certainly is for FM reception -- no more front-end overload, the bane of relatively sensitive but cheap radios! The jury seems to be out for the other bands; there seem to be more variables in play. But for FM, most of my DSP-based cheap radios perform comparably to my mid-to-high-end NAD tuners.

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