I believe the current count is 20 radio stations and rising! (mostly BBC)You must have much more DAB transmitions in the UK then than we do.
Is the unit small enough to fit into the cubbyhole between the seats?Bought one the other day. Have only played around with it a little so far, but seems to do the job. Haven't bothered setting up properly yet, but even when connecting everything up and just dumping it in the glovebox, the quality's been better than many FM radio stations. Have only driven around a small area in Fife (north of Edinburgh), but great to be able to have access to some decent radio stations again. Hope to spend some time this week-end working out how to get the most from it and where to install it. I think there's a good possibility that I'll be able to affix the ariel to the front windscreen and leave the unit in the glovebox, out of sight. I even toyed with the idea of putting it in the boot, closer to the existing ariel.
Great, it will fit in the cubbyhole.Follow this link for all the details you need.
Product page for the Highway- - In-Car DAB Digital Radio with FM Transmitter
Great, it will fit in the cubbyhole.
But I couldn't find anything on how long the aerial lead is.
Anybody out there with a Pure Highway and a ruler
Do you remember roughly how long the lead was?If I remember correctly from the short time that I had one, the ariel is about 20-25 cm long, 2 cm wide and has, at its base, a 3cm square box which I assume is an amplifier.