DAB: What does it mean?

Provides digital quality radio reception with more stations and information displayed.

DAB: The long answer

Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) is a car radio technology that offers improved audio quality and a wider range of radio stations compared to traditional FM/AM radio.

In the UK, DAB has become increasingly popular among drivers due to its clear reception and the ability to access a more extensive variety of stations, including digital-only channels.

DAB radios also provide additional features, such as displaying track information and station logos on the screen, making it easier for drivers to navigate through their favourite stations.

With DAB, UK drivers can enjoy a more enhanced and diverse radio listening experience while on the road.