Re: DAB Radios AAC+ compatible
Richard Evans a écrit :
It's also worth noting that DAB+ will probably not be transmitted in the
UK for a few more years, so perhaps there is no hurry to get a receiver
for it right now.
Aren't the BBC doing test?
Or is it only reserved to on-line broadcasting?
"Les cons ça ose tout, c'est même à ça qu'on les reconnaît."
Michel Audiard, "Les Tontons Flingueurs" (1963)
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