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Old 11-20-2012, 08:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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It's great in my opinion, each additional HD channel has 'like' content to what the typical HD1 channel has. The top 40 station here in Columbus Ohio is like a never ending remix of all of the new billboard toppers. I have found on XM that I often search between channels to find songs I like where as with HD the content is more thought out.
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I much prefer HD radio to XM.

a.) it's "free"
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For each HD channel, there is typically a second (or even a third) channel. For example, 100.7 in Tampa has HD1 and HD2. HD1 is the same broadcast as the regular radio station (it just sounds better). HD2 on 100.7 is a completely different station. In this case, it's called "Pride" radio, which is a station with nothing but dance music and no commercials. So, on HD radio, you have alternate stations that have no commercials.
I test drove a Santa fe, had HD turned on, but when I tune it manually, it went from 92.3, 92.4..., so how do you get from 92.3 to 92.3 HD1 and 92.3 HD2? There are many HD station in Las Vegas, I would like to check them out next time I'm in a Santa Fe (plan on going back in the evening to check out the instrumentation and lights)
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I test drove a Santa fe, had HD turned on, but when I tune it manually, it went from 92.3, 92.4..., so how do you get from 92.3 to 92.3 HD1 and 92.3 HD2? There are many HD station in Las Vegas, I would like to check them out next time I'm in a Santa Fe (plan on going back in the evening to check out the instrumentation and lights)
You have to toggle on the screen, not with the tune buttons. If you see the HD might up, you'll be able to touch it and select the partner station.
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I was wondering about HD Radio too... now I know.. Thanks guys.
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