DAB, DAB+ and FM
Bluetooth audio streaming
Splash guard to protection class IP 64
Battery construction site radio dmr 112
The DMR 112 construction site radio of makita is the ideal companion for the building site and, of course, even while traveling. The battery construction site radio impresses by, among other things, an excellent sound, a robust housing and many other functions. Simply use existing Li-ion batteries of the radio to use even while traveling. Makita All 7.2 V to 18 V Li-ion batteries from the current makita range are suitable for the DMR 112.
For the reception of the DAB, DAB+ and FM suitable
A Aux port for MP3 compatibility and a USB-connection, in order to charge your mobile device
Can be used with all the Makita-Li-ion batteries 7.2 - 18 V can be operated - also with the new 10.8 V-sliding rechargeable batteries, but not with maktec or G-series batteries
For the permanent power supply, a power supply included (can be used not to charge the batteries)
Transmitter precisely adjustable via digital, large-area display
With alarm function
Case in robust construction site design
With spray protection up to protection class IP 64
The ideal companion on the construction site.
DAB+ digital radio
- As of March 2015, German digital radio is being broadcast by a nationwide network of 55 stations. Media Broadcast and broadcasters of nationwide digital radio (Kanal 5C) are set to expand the network across the country over the coming years.
- Local, public and commercial digital radio broadcasters operate their own networks of stations with has nothing to do with nationwide digital radio. Regional broadcasting is regulated by each of the federal states. Means that BR broadcasts are largely limited to audiences based in Bavaria. This constitutes federal law. However, audiences living in border regions of federal states may be able to listen to stations based in the neighbouring states.
- Swiss digital radio: DAB+ (T-DAB) is about to be rolled out and covers the country's different language regions as well as local broadcasting stations run by SRG, SwissMediaCast (SMC), Romandie Médias SA medias SA (RMS) and Limus-Digris.
DAB+ now available across Austria
Another white spot on Europe's DACH radio broadcasting map gone thanks to new DAB+ standards and programmes being rolled out across Austria. The plan is to gradually set up a sufficient number of digital broadcasting stations between Mai 2019 and September 2020, to allow about 83 percent of Austrians to listen digital terrestrial radio featuring a wide variety of new radio programmes.
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