Friday, September 5, 2008

Tag Your Favorite Songs

Music is art and it's amazing how music can trigger feelings. So if you love music like I do, then you also like your HD local radio stations where you can listen your favorite music wether you are driving or staying at home. HD Radio works the same as conventional radio. There's a signal on one end and a receiver on the other.HD Digital radio supports CD qualtiy sound as well as song tittles and artist names. With HD Radio, broadcasters can use the current radio spectrum to transmit free analog simultaneously with new higher quality digital signals.

At HD Radio, you can win a brand new Polk iSonic ES2 receiver you can tag a song and the HD receiver will save the song to your iPod. HD Radio is free, crytal-clear, and allows access to more new stations with no monthly cost. HD digital radio supports iPod Tagging where you can tag your favorite song that you always heard on the radio to your iPod.The song’s info will be saved from your HD Radio receiver to your iPod. The songs will show up in a playlist called "Tagged" in iTunes the next time you sync your iPod to your computer.

1 comment:

Jon said...

I am looking to buy a Jensen JIM-525. Do you think HD Radio is really worth the higher price? I read conflicting things. This site http://www.hdradiotagging.com
seems to say yes, especially with the tagging feature,but looking for more advice. Thanks

 

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