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Radiosophy Cuts Price of New HD Radio

Some manufacturers are starting to drop prices of their HD Radio products.
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Some manufacturers are starting to drop prices of their HD Radio products.

The price for the new Radiosophy HD100 digital radio receiver has dropped to $59.95 through July 3. This price includes the HD Radio spring $40 rebate, coupled with Radiosophy’s introductory offer of $99.95.

The HD100 features a Line-in port, “Scan HD,” an Alarm clock and headphone jack.

For details on the rebate, see: www.hdradio.com/rebate and for the HD100, go to: www.radiosophy.com.

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