A little technical help from anyone electronically more educated than I...
In the UK, we're fast making the switch over to Digital TV. Analogue signals will disappear by 2009, if I recall correctly.
Will this same switch over apply to radio?
If so, I have a wee retro problem. I own a Bush SRG140 Radiogram. This is one of those old table looking things, with a radio and turntable inside. The turntable isn't used any more, but the radio is. It has excellent reception, very little hiss, great volume, virtually distortion free.
I'd love this to stick around for a while, but if FM is going to switch off at some point in the future, this becomes obsolete (well...even more than I suppose it is now).
This is a great old piece of retro furniture...the dial is marked with "VHF" and stations from across Europe that just don't exist any more. Shit, COUNTRIES that don't even exist any more!
Anyway - is there some sort of conversion kit? Will I be doomed to MW and LW? Or am I worrying about nothing?
Thanks for any help.
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