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The Dabbler

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011 - Digital Audio Recorder

Q: What does do?
A: DAR stands for "Digital Audio Recorder". is a personal recorder which records radio stations and shows to be played back at the convenience of the listener. Similar to how a DVR (digital video recorder) works with television DAR is a DVR for your radio.
Q: Why is a DAR useful?
A: DAR can be scheduled to record radio shows or stations which interest you. Once recorded you can listen from a PC, laptop, smart phone, internet radio or other device.
Q: How does a DAR improve radio?
A: On radio, broadcasters determine the schedule. If you're not in front of your radio you miss out. Using DAR you can record material that interests you and listen at a convenient time. You can pause, rewind or fast forward as you wish. Since the material is stored on the internet you can listen almost anywhere such as: a PC at work, a smartphone while commuting or an internet radio or Roku player in your home.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: There is no cost to use DAR. Perhaps that will change in the future. Maybe there will be limits or other restrictions, but for now, there's no charge. We do ask that you tell us what you think or you can send email to our CEO.

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