How much and from Where?
I don't think Mighty Red I is available anymore, but it was a virtual carbon copy of the Insignia:http://www.google.com/products/catalog? ... D8Q8gIwAw#
And, Eric is now selling Mighty Red II:http://www.mightyredhd.com/mightyredhd/welcome.asp
It has Live Pause and Music Notes and other stuff, it looks really cool.
This weekend, I really enjoyed what I could hear. WYCD, WOMC and WMUZ actually use TWO different stations in addition to themselves. WWJ on the radio, is basically what WWJ would sound like on FM. It was really cool and I checked WWJ on the Mighty Red against the internet feed from my phone and you couldn't tell them apart. Same with The Ticket.
Also, interesting to say, last night, Michigan Hoops was on AM 950, but WWJ News was on WXYT HD-2, so people who get all twisted out of shape when they can't hear the news and weather (Hi Dad
) can use HD to get WWJ when they want it.
WOMC-HD2, as we've discussed before, is really really good! Easily my favorite side channel. WCSX and also WMGC have very nice side channels as well. WRIF has one, but that's not my cup of tea. Same with WYCD. All in all, to get a cheap radio is well worth it and listening in the car was also nice, but spotty which is to be expected on such a small radio inside a vehicle. I will make sure I take my little red friend with me everytime I come to town.
"Those who want the Government to regulate matters of the mind and spirit are like men who are so afraid of being murdered that they commit suicide to avoid assassination." -President Harry S. Truman.