My new Marantz 7705 has Internet Radio via HEOS. It has analog FM, HD radio seems to have gone by the wayside. I also have my Quad FM4 tuner, and streaming via my DAW with its RME DAC.\n\nAnalog FM is now showing its age, with mainly limited dynamic range compared to other sources, to cover its limited dynamic range. Inter channel cross talk is also relatively poor. The Quad FM 4 gives a slightly better account of itself compared to the on board FM tuner in the Marantz.\n\nThe Internet radio on the Marantz is handy, but its unlistenable as the quality is so poor. It is jammed packed with digital artifact. The strange thing is that via the DAW and RME the quality is far better and comparable to FM, but with different shortcomings. They are both 128 kbs mp3 streams form MPR. The difference is not in the least bit subtle.\n\nI wonder what others have experienced on pressing their Internet radio buttons?\n\nMPR only offer these 128 kbs mp3 streams. This is not really adequate, and we need 320 kbs as a minimum standard. The quality is far lower than the audio of the BPO Digital concert Hall, Medici TV and the BBC streamed from the UK. The quality of these is excellent.\n\nSo I really am interested in others experience of these radio streams.