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Boston Acoustics Working Through Back-Orders

Boston Acoustics Working Through Back-Orders

Lots of news of interest to radio here on the floor of the CES show in Las Vegas.
Boston Acoustics is shipping “thousands” of its Recepter Radio HD unit to fill backorders, according to Stephen Shenefield, now vice president of engineering for the receiver maker, in an interview on the exhibit floor at CES with RW Online.
The unit is one of the first that can decode multicast signals. The Recepter Radio HD includes a second satellite speaker for stereo separation, and a remote.
A stereo input accepts iPods/MP3 players and other external audio sources, and the radio’s stereo headphone output doubles as a line output, allowing it to serve any component audio system as an HD Radio source.
The radio lists for $499, although broadcast deals for bulk purchases can still be had, a company source told us recently.