Now that radio can be good, you might want to save some of it
Subject: General Tech | October 4, 2006 - 07:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Gone are the days of listening to your radio late into the night to record your favorite DJs onto a cassette tape. Thanks to the rise of XM Radio, the first part is coming back, but you can't easily tape the feed. Digital Trends has a look at Pioneer's Inno, a device deisgned to replace that old tape deck with something a little more modern and satellite radio friendly.
"The Pioneer Inno is a small, compact portable XM satellite player that allows you to record directly your favorite shows or music."
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