"HD Car Radio Investigation"
"The trial lawyers at Keefe Bartels, LLC are currently investigating
the marketing and sales of HD car radios by certain car manufacturers.
Consumer statutes and laws protect the purchasers of products such as
HD car radios. A party may be legally liable for statements, omissions
or misrepresentations of material facts that should have been known to
be false or misleading and promoted the sale of the product. Such laws
protect innocent consumers from unlawful and deceptive practices. The
victims of questionable business practices by parties such automobile
manufacturers are the consumers who purchase or lease cars with HD car
radios at significantly increased costs when these devices fail to
function as they are represented to work."
You know, like digital TV--either it's completely on, in which case you
hear it, or it's completely OFF and you can't hear a thing.
No more listening through the static and the hiss. <snort> Yeah, like
that's such a bad thing...
The radio infrastructure sucks. Big deal. The automaker is not responsible
for a technology that is having trouble taking off. If the consumer lives
where there is HD Radio, then it works fine. If the consumer lives where
there is no HD Radio, which is almost everywhere, then it isn't gonna work.
That is not the automaker's fault.
HD Radio works fine, where there is a signal.
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