General Motors achieves yet another first – as they are the first American automaker to introduce the HD Radio “Artist Experience” feature into some of their rides, including the Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave. With HD Radio technology, this digital evolution of AM and FM radio will result in significant benefits such as crystal-clear sound quality; additional local FM channels known as HD2/HD3 Channels; PSD – Program Service Data, which displays song title and artist name on the radio screen; the popular iTunes Tagging feature which allows listeners to tag their favorite songs for later preview and purchase on iTunes.
Not only that, the Traverse, Acadia and Enclave will also come with the spanking new Artist Experience feature which allows images that are related to the broadcast to be displayed on the radio screen, ranging from album cover art to station logos. As HD Radio Technology is subscription free broadcast radio, you can be sure it is not going to make a dent into your monthly budget. [Press Release]
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