Transistor kills the radio star?

O entusiasmo de Andrew Crisell face ao DAB em 1994:

“The development of digital audio broadcasting (DAB), a process in which the signal is digitally encoded at the station and then decoded by the radio set so that transmission noise is eliminated, promises a vast improvement in the quality of reception, to the point where radio music will sound as good as the music of a domestic CD player" (pág. 40)

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