Programmable car horns are becoming more popular as people try to avoid the annoying buzzing of a conventional horn.
But when they’re programmed, it can also change the way you listen to music.
Now, a programmemable car’s horn can be used to listen to your TV and turn it into a smart speaker.
A programmable speaker can be programmed to sound like an acoustic guitar or other music source and play a program, allowing you to listen in on your favorite shows.
The BBC says the BBC’s new programmable, audio-based program will be broadcast every week.
“The BBC will have the world’s most sophisticated music and TV production system,” BBC News said.
“It’s not just about creating a great sound quality, but also delivering entertainment that is more immersive, personal and interactive.”
The programmable program will come with the following features: 1.
A programmemable horn.
A programmable remote.
A microphone to control your music playback.
A digital control pad to change the volume of the program.
A dedicated remote control for your TV. 6.
A smart speaker, including an external amplifier and a headphone jack.
The ability to control music and sound sources remotely.
The option to play a song or listen to a program with your TV, and switch between different program modes.
The programmable microphone that can play audio through your speakers.
The app for controlling the program from your smartphone.
The BBC’s programmable technology, developed by researchers at Imperial College London, uses a special chip called an amplifier.
The amp converts a signal from your car’s stereo to a low-power radio signal that can be manipulated by the program and the user.
A key advantage of the programmemable technology is that the horn’s digital program can be controlled by the user, and not the car’s digital radio.
While this means the program can’t be customized, the BBC says its software can be easily tweaked for any user.
The horn will be on the front of your car from the moment it is installed, and you can listen to it when you’re not using it.
If you are using a smartphone, the program will listen for music, and it will play it from the smartphone’s speakers.
“This is a new, interactive technology,” said David Dinsmore, director of communications at the BBC, in a statement.
“Programmable horn will change how we listen to radio, as well as play music from your phone.”
It is possible to set the program to play music while you’re driving, or even when you have your phone out and about.
For those who like to have fun with their cars, the programme can also play your music while it is parked, and even when it is on a table or bench.
This new feature will be available in the UK on October 30.