I should have said Sangean HDT-1x HD Radio Tuner. Sorry.
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Yup -run mine thru one of the Toslink inputs on a EAD DSP-9000III. Sounds great - this may be unique to my unit - but a little prone to weirdness when the power fluctuates. NBD - but presets go away? I basically live in what can be considered a distant suburb of Chicago.One result of this not a lot of radio choices - HD means i can get a great classical music service off our state network - a blues 24/7 feed from a commercial station whose main analog feed I'd never listen to and frankly the sound quality of the HD feeds is simply outstanding. Enjoy it while no one's listening - just like the OTA-HDTV (DTV) situation - they can pack more digital channels on to the same piece of spectrum at the price of diminished quality.Right now - nice stuff and great sound. Would suggest trying a DAC - lots of very good units out there going for pretty reasonable prices 'cause they won't do the 24/96 tango.
Pick up a Roku SOundbridge or a Squuezebox + external DAC for top notch sound and huge variety with internet radio compared to over the air, including HD radio.
Many better stations also deliver their HD digital broadcasts over internet as well as over the air.
I also have a Sangean mono am/fm table radio and love it!