As we’ve reported, Radiosophy says it won’t ship its Multistream HD Radios “before February.” In a press announcement this week, the company states it’s poised for production and that “plastics and parts were in line” to begin building the unit at a factory in China when the company discovered an AM sensitivity issue with the receiver. That issue is being addressed, the company says, and it hopes to ship units to broadcasters and retailers after the weeks-long Chinese New Year break.
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