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Chrysler to use new DVR-style stereos?

by David Zatz on

Chrysler was the first company to have a hard drive based music system in its cars, and may now be the first to provide an added capability — the ability to record off the air, as well as off a CD or DVD.

The new 430 and 730 radios for the 2011 model year vehicles can, according to our source, now record satellite radio and then allow you to replay it, similar to a television DVR/Tivo. Our source says it’s both easy and intuitive.


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