ASA introduces in-demand radio features

ASA introduces in-demand radio features

The Jensen JHD1130 Heavy Duty AM/FM/RBDS/WB radio from ASA Electronics is the company's newest audio solution for heavy-duty applications.

The Jensen JHD1130 Heavy Duty AM/FM/RBDS/WB radio from ASA Electronics is the company’s newest audio solution for heavy-duty applications. The 12V DC, 160 watt radio is equipped with in-demand features including an electronic US/Euro AM/FM tuner with RBDS, front panel mini AUX-in jack, beep tone confirmation along with a 12/24 hour selectable clock with Super-Cap 30 day power backup.

The new Jensen heavy-duty radio also has NOAA 7-channel Weatherband to keep users informed of any impending, hazardous weather that may be approaching their area. The JHD1130 also features a ten character segmented LCD display and white LED backlighting along with amber backlit control panel buttons, and has a channel lock function and preset tuning.

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