Digital Radio or DAB+ (Digital Audio Broadcast) is the latest in-car radio technology available to people who love listening to radio in the car.
In-car radio transmission has come a long way from when FM radio was first introduced to vehicles in the 1970s. The trusty, traditional AM/FM radio has remained dependable over the years, but the superior advantages that digital broadcast radio offers cannot be denied, so more and more motorists are switching to digital radio in major cities. Today, many new cars in come equipped with digital radio receivers. The digital radio network uses DAB+ architecture, which utilizes a highly efficient audio codec known as AAC+.
Yes, you can. Most digital-radio-enabled factory/OEM car stereos and aftermarket DAB+ receivers also incorporate AM/FM radios, so you get to enjoy your favourite AM/FM stations in crystal clear audio along with the many awesome stations you can only get with a DAB+ receiver.