Summary: After all the mumbo jumbo I read on this HD tuner I really had my doubts despite the low cost. I bought it on Amazon from Egroup. The unit came in perfect shape. I live in the Dallas area. I have the tuner hooked up to an Onkyo 606.
Summary: The local AM station simulcasts on one of its FM sister's subchannels so I got the tuner to get pre-sunrise reception of that. That worked fine. It doesn't cost too much. I notice on AM that sometimes, with a really good antenna system by the way, I can get AM HD at 500 miles range, around sunrise.
Summary: Product was delivered before promised time and checked out fine. I was surprised at the number of HD Radio stations available in the area. Why is this not being advertised?? In this area there are 24 hour classical, blues and hip hop stations with no ads.
Summary: A real step up for us who live at the bottom of a hill and have endured marginal FM reception as a result. I can listen to our local classical station now without listening to hiss during the quiet passages. Sound quality appears to be better than what we get with Sirius radio.
Summary: Based on other reviews, my expectations were not too high, and it was a good thing. I have a high end SONY receiver that does not get FM well. For some reason, getting good FM in my car radio is not an issue but sitting in your car whenever you want radio at home is not a good alternative.
Summary: I am very satisfied with the Sangean HDT-1. The reciever is very sensitive. I do use an outside antenna. I live about 60 miles from most of the HD stations, but have a full scale signal on them with the outside antenna. The hookup was easy and it is pretty easy to use.
Summary: After reading the reviews I was hesitant, but since there was no more classical music available in Milwaukee I went ahead and ordered one. Thirty miles from the public radio station it pulls in a strong signal: 5 bars out of 5.
Summary: This product works very well with AM HD, but I have yet to receive FM HD. I bought this for AM HD, so it's not a problem for me. I am in an FM and TV "dead zone" between two hills, and I have not tried an outside antenna, so others may get better results.