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    1. SIRIUS Satellite Radio Outdoor
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    2. Audiovox SIR-BB3 Sirius Satellite
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    3. Terk SIR-MINI Sirius Satellite
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    5. Kenwood DT-7000S Sirius Satellite
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    6. 50' Indoor/Outdoor SIRIUS Satellite
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    7. Audiovox SIR-BB1 Sirius Satellite
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    8. Audiovox SIRHK1 Sirius Satellite
    9. Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius Satellite
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    13. Kenwood KPA-H2H Home Docking Kit
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    15. Delphi SA10000 XM SKYFi Radio
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    16. JVC KS-K6013 Home Connection Kit
    18. Kenwood SiriusĀ® Satellite Radio
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    19. Audiovox SIRCMB2 Sirius Satellite
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    20. Audiovox SIRPNP1 Sirius Satellite

    1. SIRIUS Satellite Radio Outdoor Home Antenna

    our price: $47.99
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    Asin: B000167KPQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Terk
    Sales Rank: 1835
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    2. Audiovox SIR-BB3 Sirius Satellite Radio Boombox
    list price: $99.98
    our price: $99.99
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    Asin: B0006JO092
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox
    Sales Rank: 3266
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    portable stereo boombox compatible with the Audiovox SIRPNP3 SIRIUS tuner (sold separately) * antennawith 20-foot cable included * accepts 8 "D" batteries * AC adapter * 7-7/8"H x 19-1/8"W x 7-5/16"D * ... Read more


    • Includes 3.5 mm auxiliary input for connecting to portable audio device
    • Measures 19.12 x 7.83 x 7.27 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty
    • Satellite radio boombox compatible with Audiovox SIR-PNP3 Sirius tuner
    • Lets users enjoy satellite radio at the beach, in a park, and elsewhere
    • High-gain antenna with 20-foot cord ensures high-quality reception

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works with the PNP3
    Here is the new and updated version of the SIR-BB2!Since they do not make the BB2 anymore, this is what you want if you have the PNP3 as it'll allow you to take the boombox anywhere!Note, the PNP2 and other Sirius receivers will not work with this, only the PNP3.

    Improvements include a better and lounder volume so that if you're outside you'll hear the program much better!The volume is adjusted by either pushing a down or up button.Also it's not as "thick" as the BB2.

    Plug in some D Cell batteries and you can go portable with it!

    It includes an adapter to plug in, and 20 wire and antenna for reception.Note many with Sirius have to put the antenna just outside their window facing the appropriate direction (read directions).And everyone can get reception, it's just a matter of proper antenna placement.

    You may want to look into getting the 50 foot Sirius antenna extension cable (see above for item information) to connect both antenna wire and boombox.You can connect up to 2 of them making a total of 125 feet of antenna wire.

    And Sirius lineup, you'll never be able to find something you cannot listen to!And with Sirius you also can listen to Sirius online FREE when you signup!Sirius has 65 commercial free music channels, TWO NPR channels, Talk channels (Patriot, Right, Left, Air America, Talk Central, OutQ) and spanish along with Radio Classics (Lone Ranger, Suspense, Dragnet, etc.) and more! Exclusive include Howard Stern starting January 2006, Maxim Radio talk (Mens Magazine) channel, Eminem Shade 45 channel (uncut hip-hop), over 40 NBA games per week, NHL, Tony Hawks Domolition Radio, Barclays English League Soccer, All Division I Mens Basketball.

    The trick to finding what's on and when is to look online at the channel lineup for times or listen to Sirius information channel 184 or better yet, stay tuned to the channel you like!

    Sports, Sirius is the only one that has a 24/7 NFL channel that has each and every NFL game including your hometown broadcast feed!NASCAR will be exclusive to Sirius starting in 2007!

    I challenge anyone to find this cheaper than Amazon with free shipping and no tax.It won't happen!

    So there it is, if you want to use the PNP3 in the house, this is what you need! ... Read more

    3. Terk SIR-MINI Sirius Satellite Radio Roof Antenna
    list price: $59.95
    our price: $34.99
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    Asin: B0002EPWT8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Terk
    Sales Rank: 5443
    Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    designed for use with single input SIRIUS receivers (only one antenna connection) * weather- and vibration-resistant * dual mode reception * attaches with magnetic base * single 20.5' micro-coaxial cable * ... Read more


    • Micro-coax cable routes easily through existing access holes or molding
    • Single input antenna
    • High Performance antenna meets all Sirius Radio specifications
    • Designed to maximize installation options and useability

    Reviews (1)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Excellent reception, but poor build quality
    This antenna worked perfectly for me for exactly 30 days.At that point, I kept getting "Antenna Not Detected" messages on every receiver I tried.When I examined the plug that connects to the receiver, I noticed that a tiny cylinder of metal inside the plug had fallen out.It's gone, now, and without that piece to make contact, the antenna is useless.

    Be VERY careful when connecting or disconnecting this antenna from a receiver, as this piece is VERY easy to break, and you will be left with a useless piece of equipment.

    While it WAS functioning, however, it performed its job quite nicely. ... Read more

    4. XACT COMMUNICATIONS XS027 Sirius Portable Deluxe Boombox Adapter

    our price: $109.99
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    Asin: B0002QNDL0
    Catlog: CE
    Sales Rank: 3038
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    • Top-loading CD player with 45 second ESP - capable of playing CD-R/W and MP3 discs
    • 4 full-range speakers deliver sound at 5 watts per channel
    • Digital AM/FM radio tuner with 10 presets
    • Rotary volume knob
    • Includes Satellite Antenna

    5. Kenwood DT-7000S Sirius Satellite Radio Home Tuner
    list price: $350.00
    our price: $300.00
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    Asin: B00022674Y
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Kenwood Electronics
    Sales Rank: 6018
    Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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    The sleek Kenwood DT-7000S brings Sirius satellite radio to your home and connects directly to your stereo system--whether that be a receiver, a shelf system, or a pair of powered speakers. The DT-7000S features a 4-line blue-on-black dot matrix display with dimming control, up to 80 station presets, and a 24-song memory. Note that the DT-7000S requires a Sirius home antenna in order to receive satellite radio signals.

    You can store a total of 80 presets in 4 banks (20 presets each), as well as store song title and artist name for 24 songs for easy recall later. Using the Song Seek feature, an alert appears on the DT-7000S display when a saved song is playing on another station (also called a stream). The display shows a read-out of channel number, name, category, preset bank and number, artist, and song title. You can control the DT-7000S via the supplied remote control, or use the two jog dials on the front of the device to scroll through either individual channels or Sirius radio categories (such as rock, jazz, sports, or news). The DT-7000S offers both RCA composite A/V and optical digital audio output.

    Sirius satellite radio is a subscription service that provides up to 100 channels of programming, from digital-quality music to news, talk, and sports. It is available only in the lower 48 states--not available in Alaska, Hawaii, or U.S. territories.

    What's in the Box
    Kenwood DT-7000S Sirius satellite radio receiver, remote control (RC-T0710), 2 AA batteries, RCA A/V cable, RS-232C cable, and printed instruction manual. ... Read more


    • Sirius satellite radio receiver for your home; measures 13.6 x 2.6 x 13.1 inches
    • Stores up to 80 station presets
    • Add up to 24 song title/artist combos to memory
    • 1 RCA and 1 digital optical audio connection
    • Includes remote control

    Reviews (1)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Software bug consistently crashes unit
    Scrolling past channel 100 locks up the unit; this is a known bug according to Kenwood level 2 tech support. Must send unit to Kenwood for repair, then wait 14 days to have it fixed. I'm on my second receiver with the same bug. ... Read more

    6. 50' Indoor/Outdoor SIRIUS Satellite Radio Extension Kit

    our price: $29.99
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    Asin: B000167KQ0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Terk
    Sales Rank: 1327
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    7. Audiovox SIR-BB1 Sirius Satellite Radio Portable Boombox for SIR-PNP2 Receiver
    list price: $99.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0001DDKQM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sirius
    Sales Rank: 161
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Now you can bring Sirius satellite radio to any room in the house or anyoutdoor gathering with the Audiovox SIR-BB1 boombox. We tested the boombox with the Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius satellite radio receiver, which is required for use and not included--the SIR-BB1 boombox on its own produces no sound. With the receiver locked in place, however (as pictured), you'll enjoy the full breadth of exciting music and talk radio encompassed by the Sirius digital radio service. (A Sirius subscription is required, $12.95 per month or a one-time fee of $499.99).

    Setup for the system is amazingly simple: snap the receiver into itsbay, plug in the AC/DC power adapter, attach the supplied 20-foot Siriusradio antenna, position the antenna near a window, fire up the boombox,and select one of the service's 100-plus stations. There's avolume/on/off knob and a switch to engage the unit's auxiliary audioinput--and that's it for controls. Plug in headphones or an audio "Y"adapter cable (not included) to channel sound to your integratedamplifier or surround receiver for listening through externalloudspeakers.

    For their part, the 2 speakers built into the SIR-BB1 are pretty decent.They're not strong in the bass department, but we wouldn't call theirsound thin, either. Overall the unit's sound is even-keeled andextremely listenable, much better than the sound from systems that tryto squeeze more bass out of their speakers than the electronics cancredibly handle. To that end, we were impressed with how loudly theboombox plays, and with minimal distortion--even on a seemingly meager 5watts per channel (x 2).

    Use of the headphone jack disables the speakers, but an auxiliary audiooutput would have permitted integrating the boombox with a poweredsubwoofer. At this price, though, it's hard to justify a complaint aboutthe absence of an output.

    You'll need to position the boombox in a place where it can readily lockto a satellite transmission, which we found easily. Several spots workedfine, and even a west-facing window obstructed by a large cherry treeproved sufficient.

    When reception gets hazy due to weather conditions or satellitepositions, the audio program mutes briefly rather than getting fuzzy ormore distant-sounding, as it would with an analog FM-radio signal. Thiscan prove annoying, but in our lengthy evaluation, brief lost-signalmutes were infrequent at most (to the tune of 1 or fewer mutes per hour).

    There's no remote control for the boombox. The receiver comes with one,but it doesn't control audio level, so while you can still changestations and browse genres from the receiver's remote, you can't turnthe boombox volume up or down. For additional Sirius radio andsubscription details, please visit --MichaelMikesell


    • Simple setup and operation
    • Good sound
    • Plays loud with minimal distortion
    • Front-panel auxiliary input grants access for CD, MP3, cassette, orother audio sources
    • Headphone jack permits private listening or hookup with anintegrated amplifier and external speakers


    • Occasional signal dropouts
    • No tone controls
    • Limited bass response

    What's in the Box
    SIR-BB1 portable boombox, high-gain antenna with 20-foot cable, AC powercord, and printed instruction booklet ... Read more


    • Listen to Sirius digital radio indoors or out; runs on supplied AC/DC adapter or 8 D batteries (not included)
    • Designed for use exclusively with the Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius satellite radio receiver; Sirius satellite radio subscription needed
    • Auxiliary input lets you hook up a CD player, MP3 player, cassette deck, or other audio device
    • Simple setup and operation; headphone jack provides private listening or hookup with an external amplifier/speaker system
    • Measures 19.1 x 7.75 x 6.8 inches (W x H x D)

    Reviews (2)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Could be better, but not many other options....
    I got a Jensen SRS Jam Pac for Father's day, which includes the Sirius receiver and a car installation kit. I love the Sirius service, so I purchased the Audiovox boom box to let me take my Sirius subscription to new locations (yes, the Jensen receiver is compatible with the Audiovox....both are made by the same company).

    I give this product only 3 stars, since the sound quality is MUCH lower than I expected. No bass or treble adjustments, and the sound lacks any serious bass. Given the price and the fact that you are essentially just buying a "shell" (receiver is required, and purchased seperately), I really expected much better sound quality. First, I thought perhaps it was just a poor signal from the satellite, but my high quality headphones verified that the receiver is capable of good quality sound.

    The Audiovox boom box still seems to make the most sense for me, since I could not find any other boom box or portable solutions for my receiver. I did not buy the "home dock", since the boom box has a headphone jack and I simply hook up an RCA cord from the boombox to my home stereo system when I want more robust sound.

    If you own a Sirius receiver, this unit is still a more flexible choice than purchasing the home dock. I just wish they could have improved the sound of the speakers....

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice for home and the office
    This is the only product I could find that is portable. I wanted something that I could use at home and work. The boombox is small enough to throw in a large backpack, and has an AUX port that you can use your MP3 player. It also has a headphone jack, which comes in handy at times.

    The boombox comes with the boombox unit (not the receiver), power cord, and a small "stand-up" antenna. The antenna has a relatively long cord, which is good if you need to move the antenna a long distance from the boombox. The sound quality of the boombox is average. It doesn't have a lot of bass, which is a good thing if you plan on using this in an office environment.

    The Sirius service and channel lineup is great, but I do have a problem with the reception. I live in an apartment building near an airport, which gives me dropped signals constantly. I also have problems if it's very cloudy or it's raining outside. If you have poor cell phone reception where you'll be using the radio, you probably will have issues with dropped signals. Other than that, I love the service. ... Read more

    8. Audiovox SIRHK1 Sirius Satellite Radio Home Dock
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $49.99
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    Asin: B0000C04HU
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox
    Sales Rank: 1441
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    Enjoy your Sirius satellite radio at home with this convenient home docking station. Compatible with the Audiovox SIRPNP1 Sirius radio tuner, this docking station connects to a home stereo source via a stereo patch cable (mini-plug to RCA). The SIRPNP1 fits into the cradle, which powers the radio with the included AC power cord. It comes with an indoor/outdoor antenna (with 20-foot cable) that can be mounted on a windowsill. The hinged base offers easy adjustment of the antenna. It can be placed on any horizontal surface or mounted to a wall inside your house (placed near a window) or outside.

    Sirius satellite radio is a subscription service that provides up to 100 channels of programming, from digital-quality music to news, talk, and sports.

    What's in the Box
    Sirius SIRHK1 home docking cradle, home antenna with 20-foot cable, AC power cord, audio cable, and printed installation guide. ... Read more


    • Listen to Sirius satellite radio in your home
    • Home docking station for SIRPNP1 Sirius radio
    • Connects to home stereo via RCA audio cable
    • Indoor/outdoor antenna with 20-foot cable
    • Includes AC power cord/adapter

    9. Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver

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    Asin: B00012T47C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox Communications
    Sales Rank: 849
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Here to bring you commercial-free music, sports, and news listening in a wealth of genre-based satellite streams is the Audiovox SIR-PNP2 Sirius radio receiver. Use of the receiver requires activation of a subscription to Sirius Satellite Radio ($12.95 per month or a one-time fee of $499.99). You'll also need a portable, home, or car docking apparatus. The receiver pulls in the signal, while a docking station provides traditional features like speakers, headphone jacks, and antennas, depending on the accessory. The receiver will produce no audio without an ancillary listening device.

    We tested the receiver in 2 different systems: the Audiovox SIR-BB1 Sirius satellite radio portable boombox and the Audiovox SIR-CK1 sirius satellite radio shuttle car kit. Using the receiver under different circumstances--both stationary and mobile--gave a rounded portrait of both the Sirius service and the performance of this particular receiver. As a paid alternative to traditional FM and AM radio, the Sirius service definitely has its benefits. Tons of stations and no commercials--it's hard to beat that. With Sirius, great music is always easy to find.

    With traditional radio, the audio signals ride "carrier frequencies" (modulated waves of air) that a receiver subtracts before rendering a wave as audio. With digital radio, frequencies carry data rather than audio. A receiver simply performs the step of turning the numeric transmission back to audio, much as the decoder chips and analog stage of a CD player turns its digital data into sound. This means you'll hear no static, fuzz, or spurious background noises from Sirius radio. The end result is clear and clean. It also means, however, that when reception gets hazy your audio program mutes briefly rather than getting fuzzy or slightly more distant-sounding. This can prove disconcerting or downright irritating if you're not listening in an area with perfect reception.

    When you're not moving, reception tends to be better, though still potentially imperfect, depending on the location of Sirius' satellites. (Owners of digital cable or satellite television will know exactly what they're in for.) But by and large our stationary testing proved seamless, letting us enjoy the many stations included in the Sirius package.

    Setup and operation of the receiver is a breeze. There are 30 channel presets (a group of 10 buttons with selectable A, B, and C bands) and an intuitive scroll wheel with push selection for menu navigation.

    Lovers of pop and rock music fare the best, but there's a little something for everyone. If you're starved for underplayed classic rock, you'll revel in a channel known as The Vault ("deeper classic rock"), and '80s fans can take their pick of Big '80s, Hair Nation, and First Wave ("classic alternative"). Parents and kids--we checked--will relish the Sirius children's channel, especially in the car.

    Unexpectedly rich are the news offerings, which include everything from the major cable TV networks to radio staples like NPR and the BBC, as well as 7 sports networks and a host of "entertainment" channels (including Court TV). The lion's share of the channels in the dance/electronica group falls to the dance category, leaving it to the lone Chill station to weave a blend of electronica and other hip but mellow (i.e., nondanceable) music. There are only 3 classical-music channels, and for those with short attention spans one of them plays movements of larger works rather than complete pieces straight through.

    Beyond the reception issue, the only other major drawback is sound quality, which some may find subpar. Sirius describes its sound as "digital quality," a euphemism for "digital audio with a bitrate so low that we don't want to scare people by revealing what it is." Whatever it is, its character is very close to what you'd hear from 96 kbps MP3--clear and listenable, but lacking depth, fullness, high-frequency extension, and dynamic range (though radio's always been super compressed). Your awareness of these shortcomings will depend to some degree on the caliber of your playback system. We noted that the classical stations seem to have better sound than the rock/pop stations.

    Overall, we found the sound quality to be better than AM radio, nearly or equally as good as analog FM stations, but worse than 128 kbps MP3 and inferior to high-quality analog cassette tapes (though there's no tape hiss with Sirius). But for broadcast music programming, the Sirius lineup is hard to beat and nothing short of a joy to listen to. For additional subscription details, please visit --Michael Mikesell


    • Simple setup
    • Intuitive operation
    • Easy to find great music
    • No commercials
    • Rich news selection
    • 30 station presets
    • Modular construction fits a host of docking devices
    • Display is highly legible in both bright and dim environs


    • Periodic lost-signal mutes in transit
    • Substandard sound quality
    • No new-age channel
    • Limited jazz, classical, and world-music offerings

    What's in the Box
    Receiver (shuttle) unit, remote control (P/N1363539), 2 AA remote batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more


    • Listen to over 100 streams of Sirius satellite radio programming
    • Receiver has 30 presets, 20-song memory, and a remote control; features 6-line amber monochrome display with auto dimming feature
    • Can automatically alert you to your favorite songs or switch to a stream at preselected time
    • Requires home or vehicle antenna kit, plus subscription to Sirius service
    • Measures 5.2 x 3.4 x 1.9 inches (W x H x D)

    Reviews (14)

    3-0 out of 5 stars lowish-fidelity and annoying commercials
    Compared to the little Sony XM radio that I tried, this Audiovox product is superior in that it doesn't have a loud cooling fan. I also like the "browse by category" feature.

    Sirius and XM both claim to have commercial-free classical music stations. Yet they both interrupt the music with station identification messages and little "house ads" that are annoying if you're using the machine at home. Sirius isn't quite as bad as XM in this respect but it is not all music all the time like the music stations that come with digital cable TV.

    Sound quality is rather muddy and noticeably worse than the standard FM radio stations that I play through the same amp and speakers.

    With my desktop XM radio here in the Boston area I had a signal available continuously. The Audiovox/Sirius seems to suffer 1-3 second dropouts every 5-10 minutes.

    The "what's playing" LCD display shows "Sirius" rather than a music title when they are doing one of their annoying announcements or ads. Some company should make a player that goes mute when this is happening...

    5-0 out of 5 stars The death of FM as we know it
    After doing a lot of research on both XM and Sirius, I chose Sirius and so far I've been thrilled with the service as well as this product.

    Two main reasons the scales tipped to Sirius' favor was 1) Clear Channel has a stake in XM Radio, and at first XM was just playing recorded loops of Clear Channel programming, until recently, and 2) The sports options with Sirius is much better. Sirius has broadcasting deals with the NFL, NBA, and NHL, while XM only has exclusive rights to NASCAR.

    I've known Audiovox to be a low-end brand for a while but this has been solid for me so far. The display is bright and easy to read, there's a choice of display fonts. Little did I know that the remote that comes with it is a big plus depending on where you may need to site the unit in your car or home.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Great programming, so so device
    I picked up one of these before a road trip though the midwest along with a car and house adaptors. I was attracted to the programming choices and lack of commercials. The service is great on a road trip far away from any major cities. I find I listen to the docked unit all day at work too.

    First the good points. The display is excellent. Shows up well in any lighting conditions. A real plus in a moving vehicle. It's easy to "program" and as I've read in other reviews the service is real good about using the same artist and song titles on all of the streams. This means that if you program it to alert you when a song comes on it will find it spelled the same whenever it plays. The terrestrial repeaters are great around a city where buildings can block signals. I'm able to leave the antenna on the dash instead of the roof.

    The so so points. The audio quality through the FM transmitter is not impressive. There are only four frequencies to choose from and it turns out that in my city all of them have strong broadcast stations which sometimes bleed through.

    The bad points. This thing runs hot and is not small, about the size of a large paper back book. So moving it between your car and house/office requires a bag. Also the display on mine got scratched right away. I found that this device trips off my radar detector and interferes with UHF two way radios such as ham/FRS/GMRS. I suspect that the antenna system is bleeding lots of RF. The cradle is difficult to set the unit into. Has a very vague feeling to it. After about five months of moving it between car and office the antenna connector on the back of the received got damaged by the cradle. Now whenever I move it I need to use a tool to bend the connector back into place otherwise it won't seat properly an the antenna won't make contact. The range on the remote is only about four feet. Not enough for the home user.

    I think in the future I'll look for an audio system with a permanent built in satellite receiver. Then I can leave this one in the home dock and stop moving it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars audiovox home dock antennae problems
    i have sirius and was amazed at the variety.. however being a geezer in the music world.. my tastes do not include most offerings .. however the jazz is pretty good .. the classical could be expanded.. sirius has some on line live time (did i mention eric C.?).. events which i wish they would replay more than once..And how do you store a song? or is it something else.. not enough time to figure out the system... the car audiovox sirius system works wonderfully.. the home dock system as someone else alluded to needs some work with the antennae....i cringe at going to some new place and saying hey i bought this when it first came out and now i need you to fix it.. '' cringe'' the home reception is at best.-- --- ...--- ..--- floating in and out frequently..? audiovox offers no site to even ask a question pretaining to that.. oh i guess the owners manuel would help.. now that would defeat the purpose of finding out on here? .. oh i like the blues and folk and new folk.. it's like people are really folking around these days... more than ever.. well what do you expect ... i listen to publik radio and pbs.. oh yes now i have antennae problem display on the screen but no solution offered... alas..I guess i have to go listen to it in the car..? but i still like sirius when i can receive the signal at home. and it's really a cool thing to listen to on the road..... now if gas prices go up i'll really have to figure out how to fix that home dock system antennae.....? chow and good listening..

    4-0 out of 5 stars Audiovox looks like the best Sirius SR receiver
    Although I haven't yet quite decided to purchase the Sirius Satellite Radio service, I expect I will, and when I do I expect I will purchase the Audiovox receiver, based on research to date. Thus I'm giving the unit a four rating for expectations slightly above average.

    When considering the choice between XMSR and Sirius, consumers must keep in mind the very different transmission technologies between the two. XMSR uses two geosynchronous satellites, which always appear to be at the same place in the sky over any spot on earth. Thus, once one places an antenna so that it works all right, in almost every case it will keep on working indefinitely.

    Sirius, by contrast, uses several satellites in lower earth orbit, and these appear to move across the sky. So, even when some antenna configuration is initially working, the signal may fade and reception may fail because of the Sirius satellites' changing positions in the sky.

    For those interested in news programs, both services offer BBC, however only Sirius offers NPR. But to clear up some of the oblique mentions I've noticed in other reviews, the NPR service Sirius offers does not include either All Things Considered or Morning Edition, NPR's two most popular programs by far. Many other popular shows are missing, which is also the case with Sirius' PRI offering. Of course, XM offers no NPR or PRI programming at all.

    Also, the BBC programming differs substantially between XMSR and Sirius. XMSR provides the standard BBC World Service feed, very similar to what one hears on short wave radio. Sirius provides the BBC news feed, which cuts out some of the BBC's non-news programs in favor of more frequent editions of the news shows. I'm not sure which I'd actually prefer, each has advantages.

    Finally, a reviewer below mentioned an intent to purchase Sony's XM Satellite Radio receiver. I strongly recommend not purchasing this unit, even at the seemingly amazing low prices one can find for it. I purchased it almost as soon as XMSR started, and I hated it the whole time. It was buggy, it always was screwing up one way or another. Also, its LCD display was invisible for most practical purposes, and its ergonomics were awful. Sony refused all my efforts to get them to deal with these problems while the unit was still in warranty, it was one perpetual stonewall and runaround. Finally, just weeks after my Sony unit went out of warranty, it failed completely. By then Sony wouldn't even discuss repairing it, unless I agreed in advance to pay for the discussion by the minute on a 1-900- phone line! Sony obviously has no real intent to support this extremely poor product of theirs, and they don't seem to be serious about XM Satellite Radio. I am now very reluctant to purchase any Sony product again as a result of this very bad behavior of theirs.

    So I threw out my useless Sony XMSR receiver and replaced it with the Delphi unit, which is absolutely wonderful, superior to the Sony unit in every way, and by far. I will be delighted if the Audiovox Sirius SR receiver is even almost as good as my excellent Delphi XMSR receiver. ... Read more

    10. JVC KTSR2000 Plug N' Play SIRIUS Satellite Radio Tuner
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $89.94
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    Asin: B00068NF0I
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: JVC
    Sales Rank: 3846
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    • Dimensions (W/H/D): (2 11/16" x 4 3/8" x 1 1/8")
    • Large, Easily viewable Display, Dimmer/Contrast control
    • 20 Channel Presets, List Display modes
    • Remote Control, Parental control
    • Direct Channel Access, Sleep Timer

    11. Sirius Satellite Marine Radio Antenna

    our price: $48.99
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    Asin: B000167KQU
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Terk
    Sales Rank: 10035
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    12. Sony In-Dash CD Player (CDX-M9900) (CDX-M9900)

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    Asin: B0001ZOBPO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 44351
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    Sony's CDX-M9900 is an automotive CD/tuner head unit built to 21st-century standards, offering everything from MP3 CD playback to preamplifier audio outputs to XM Satellite and CD/minidisc changer compatibility. Use it by itself to drive up to 4 (front/rear) speakers, or use it as a preamp to feed an optional high-power amplifier for heavier-duty audio needs.

    The CDX-M9900 permits external source video playback on its 32,000-color TFT display while providing the ability to capture up to 100 still images from the video input for use as custom screen-savers. Whether it's your favorite bands, your car, your home, your spouse, or your kids, your stereo system will reflect your personality, your tastes.

    When you're ready to enjoy XM Satellite radio--a paid subscription radio service with over 100 digitally broadcast channels of commercial-free music--just activate your service, hook up an XM tuner and antenna, and you'll be able to use your CDX-M9900 to switch between standard radio stations and your digital XM service, with no additional dash space required for an XM controller.

    The built-in amplifier pumps 23 watts per channel x 4 (52 wpc x 4 peak power) into 4-ohm speakers for clear, full-bodied sound at high and low listening levels. New to this model, the head unit includes a revised CD playback mechanism and power chip called "Drive-S," whose key benefit is improved sound quality alongside an impressive 120 dB signal-to-noise ratio.

    Audio processing options abound. DSO is a proprietary circuit that subtly phase shifts the preamp output of the head unit's left and right channels to simulate a sound source that's vertically high in origin. It alters the frequency response in a section of the sound to further enhance the perception that the sounds are originating from a physically higher source. This effectively raises the sound stage above the dashboard, even if the speakers are mounted low in the doors.

    EQ7 is a built-in equalization circuit providing--you guessed it--7 bands of frequency level adjustments stored in 7 user-adjustable presets. Here to optimize the sound from your CD-borne MP3 files is BBE MP processing, which integrates BBE High Definition Sound with BBE's MP harmonic restoration. The MP process was developed to improve MP3 sound by restoring upper harmonics lost during PCM-to-MP3 conversion. The MP process adds perceived warmth and provides clear sound from heavily compressed MP3 material.

    A built-in subwoofer crossover and level control let you optimize the system for use with an external powered subwoofer for door-crushing bass when the situation warrants.

    For the tuner, you'll enjoy 18 FM and 12 AM station presets, as well as SSIR-EXA tuning. SSIR-EXA adjusts the tuner's bandwidth depending on environmental conditions to ensure the clearest reception from any location.

    What's in the Box
    CD/amplifier unit, card-style remote control (model RM-X132), remote battery, installation materials, a security cover, and a user's/installation manual.

    Note: This unit cannot be connected to a digital amplifier or an equalizer which is Sony BUS system compatible. ... Read more


    • XM satellite-radio-ready CD/tuner head unit with 32,000-color TFT display
    • 52 watts x 4 peak output power (23.2 wpc RMS); 4-volt front/rear/subwoofer preamp outputs with HPF and LPF
    • Plays CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 CD; offers CD/MD changer control and CD Text display; includes wireless card-style remote control
    • Video capture function (up to 100 images), video input for external source playback; extensive audio processing controls
    • Measures 7.06 x 2 x 6.38 inches (W x H x D), sunk/in socket

    13. Kenwood KPA-H2H Home Docking Kit for KTC-H2A1 Here2Anywhere Portable Sirius Satellite Tuner
    list price: $80.00
    our price: $50.00
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    Asin: B0000A1OCJ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Kenwood
    Sales Rank: 1608
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    A snap to install, Kenwood's KPA-H2H Here2Anywhere home docking kit comes with everything you need to listen to your KTC-H2A1 Here2Anywhere portable Sirius satellite radio tuner through your home or office stereo system. You get a docking cradle with an adjustable base, an AC power adapter, an audio cable, and a weatherproof indoor/outdoor antenna that's easy to mount.

    Use of the included antenna within a home requires placement at a north-, west-, or east-facing window (depending on where you live). If a proper window location is not available, the antenna must be placed outside the home away from overhead obstructions.

    What's in the Box
    A cradle with adjustable base, a stereo analog "Y" adapter cable (.125-inch minijack to left/right RCA), a weatherproof indoor/outdoor antenna, an AC/DC power adapter, an AC power cord, mounting hardware, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more


    • Home docking station for the Kenwood KTC-H2A1 Here2Anywhere portable Sirius satellite radio tuner
    • Everything you need to listen to your KTC-H2A1 through your home or office stereo system
    • Includes a docking cradle with an adjustable base, an AC power adapter, an audio cable, and a weatherproof indoor/outdoor antenna
    • Easy to set up
    • Compatible with home CD and cassette recorders

    Reviews (3)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Here to Nowhere
    In an entertainment center on a shelf by itself, my H2A seriously overheast after about two hours of use. The signal usually is lost and I have to shut it down for 20-30 minutes to get the reception to work again.

    The provided antenna has a 21 foot long cord. Check your desired location and what window/exit you want to mount the antenna on (the antenna has to face toward the Mason/Dixon Line or face "up" if you are in a state in the center of the country near the Mason/Dixon Line). The short cord length can seriously limit where you put the system. A 50 foot extension cable is listed as an extra cost accessory but finding someone who both carries it and has it in stock is difficult.

    The antenna provided with the kit works adequately indoors. Best reception however requires an external mount (especially in Missouri where the unit has to face "up"). The provided antenna is not very rugged so fails to work in rain, etc. There is a high gain antenna available as an extra cost accessory but again, the trick is finding someone to sell you one.

    5-0 out of 5 stars sirius sat radio
    Great radio sirius is a great service .

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sirius Gear
    Truly amazing. I love my Siri gear. I purchased from Circuit City and had a chance to compare both. Siri is the way to go. I love it. ... Read more

    14. XACT COMMUNICATIONS XS025 Sirius Boombox

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    Asin: B0002QX3YC
    Catlog: CE
    Sales Rank: 4715
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    • 4 full-range speakers deliver sound at 5 watts per channel
    • Rotary volume knob
    • Includes Satellite Antenna
    • Auxiliary line level input/output
    • 3.5mm stereo mini jack

    15. Delphi SA10000 XM SKYFi Radio Receiver
    list price: $149.99
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    Asin: B00009RTBT
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Delphi
    Sales Rank: 1581
    Average Customer Review: 4.16 out of 5 stars
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    Delphi's potent and pocket-friendly SA10000 XM SKYFi satellite radio receiver flits easily between home and car and puts XM Radio's wealth of music, sports, and news offerings at your fingertips, whether you're accessing the service's 100-plus channels via the receiver's stylish faceplate or through the supplied remote control. We found the receiver's display and controls well laid out and easy to navigate. More importantly, XM's radio service is every bit as enjoyable as its hardware is simple.

    Use of the receiver requires a paid monthly subscription to XM Satellite Radio ($9.95 per month, no contract required). You'll also need either a car or a home docking apparatus such as the Delphi SA10002 XM SKYFi vehicle kit or the Delphi SA10034 XM Portable CD audio boombox (whose use is by no means limited to the home). The receiver pulls in the signal, while a docking station provides DC power and traditional features like speakers, headphone jacks, and antennas, depending on the accessory. For this review we used the XM portable boombox. It bears repeating: the SA10000 receiver will produce no sound without an ancillary listening device.

    The XM service offers good music with minimal repetition whichever direction you turn, all conveniently arranged by category or by channel. Using the remote's display button, you can even view the artist or the name of the song currently playing as you scroll past stations. XM's channels break down into 68 music channels (all of them commercial free), 33 channels of news (ABC, CNN, Fox, and a host of other mainstream networks), sports (led by 2 ESPN and 2 NASCAR channels), talk, and entertainment (Discover, E!, others), as well as instant traffic and weather updates for 21 major U.S. metropolitan areas.

    Within the major music categories--rock, "hits" (pop), country, jazz/blues, and urban--subgenres abound, offering many exciting places to revisit classics and discover new favorites. Notably anomalies are channels devoted to new age (Audio Visions), progressive-rock/jazz fusion (XM Music Lab), rock bands lacking record contracts (Unsigned), and great moments and music from films (Cinemagic). There's even a channel for Starbucks' excellent HEAR Music, centered on jazz musicians and singer-songwriters and the musicians who inspired them.

    Underserved are classical music (3 channels cover orchestral music, vocal music, and single movements of larger works), children's music (teens may enjoy Disney radio, but XM Kids is just plain soggy), world music (7 channels, 4 of which are Latin and 1 of which is devoted to music from Jamaica), and--most surprisingly--electronica. XM's dance and electronic music leans heavily on beats, going mainstream with hip acts like Royksopp, Moby, and Zero 7.

    The receiver offers 20 station presets (2 banks of 10) and 10 memory settings, which recall artist, song, and station after the fact so you can make notes or hunt out CDs later.

    To evaluate XM's sound quality we fed the headphone output from the SA10034 boombox to an integrated amplifier and speaker setup. Quality proved remarkably consistent channel to channel. Relative to our CDs and MP3 music files, the quality of the XM service sounds closest to 128 kbps MP3--wholly listenable and usually downright enjoyable, if not as smooth, full-bodied, and detailed as linear (uncompressed) CD sound.

    Bass is decent--a little hyped on rock material, like FM radio--and the treble frequencies sound natural and free from most of the artifacts often heard in lossy digital compression. XM's classical programming sounds even better than its rock programming, with fewer artifacts and a wider stereo soundstage. Better than FM? For its silky background quiet and slightly wider dynamic range, we'd have to say yes. --Michael Mikesell


    • Simple setup
    • Excellent sound quality
    • Great indoor reception
    • Consistent audio quality, station to station
    • Commercial-free music channels
    • Excellent pop and alternative-rock selection
    • Dedicated progressive-rock/fusion channel
    • Deep country/folk, urban/R&B, and jazz/blues offerings
    • Includes a new-age channel
    • Localized traffic and weather updates


    • Not usable without ancillary hardware (a headphone jack would be nice)
    • No NPR (though XM Public Radio is a good approximation)
    • Minimal electronica coverage
    • Limited classical selection
    • Weak children's offering

    What's in the Box
    Delphi XM SKYFi radio receiver (SA10000), wireless remote control, 1 CR2032 lithium battery, and operating and quick start guides. ... Read more


    • Satellite radio receiver for your car or home; includes wireless remote control
    • Access to XM's 100-plus channels of satellite radio, featuring music, news, sports, and more
    • Direct channel entry plus 20 presets; preview a channel before switching
    • Requires separately available car or home connection kit and subscription to XM satellite service
    • Measures 4.7 x 2.9 x 1.5 inches (W x H x D)

    Reviews (44)

    5-0 out of 5 stars XM.. the future of radio
    I can't believe that I'm the first person to review this item..

    The XM reciever is completely off the chain... I can't believe that number of stations and the variety of music that I get for only 9.99 a month. The only quip I have about it is that you have to buy the reciever and then a kit for wherever you choose to use it. It does make some sense because you can use the reciever out in your car or in your house, but you can't use the reciever by itself. (The antenna is in the kits.)

    Anywho, if you're a person who is fed up with the crappy music that seems to just loop on the radio stations in your town, and spends a lot of time in your car.. this is for you. Forget about the $$$$ a month fee... it's pennies for what you get. 101 stations ranging from hardcore, uncensored hip-hop to latin jazz, to old time radio shows, to new radio shows, to CNN, to 24 hour stand up comedy!!! It's great! Go get it... NOW! Change the face of today's music and get XM!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty darn good, but not quite enough
    My wife and I received the Delphi SkyFi receiver for a wedding present (boom box and home adaptors). So far it sounds pretty darn good. Though you should face the antenna by a south facing window, I've placed the receiver in various parts of the house and it seems to work fine. XM radio has enough musical genres to satisfy MOST people. My wife like classical music (2 channels), her daughter likes new age (1 or 2 channels) and I like classic rock (3 channels). I've found that the channels do need to have better descriptions though. XM's channels probably need to be better focused to make more sense (example - Music Choice channels on cable & DirecTV). Also, they need to have more sports on there (NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA). But so far, so good. I might try the Delphi Roady for the car.

    4-0 out of 5 stars would have been five stars but the remote broke in a day
    I have had one of these units for myself and bought one for the girlfriend. These units provide pretty good reception (much better than FM) and are easy to use. My complaints would be that the display can be washed out in the sun light, and that it is a little oddly shaped for the car dash in some cars, and that there is a need for better filtering on the home unit power supply eliminating the chance for buzzing sounds. I purchased this unit for my girlfriend and she loves it and uses it every day with no complaints.

    Review of both Sirius and XM radio:

    I have had both of these services. Pluses for Sirius are better sound quality (more sharp clear and "open" music with less clipping distortion throughout the frequency range), and they used to be the only one of the two to offer commercial free music.

    Negatives for Sirius. The repeats on Sirius are pretty bad at the moment. Not what one expects to hear after paying 12.99/month There is OutQ (look it up on the Sirius website), which is fine, but this agenda bleads into ALL of the other radio stations, so if you are a person of strict faith, you may want to avoid Sirius as the DJs and commedians seem to have an agenda to push, and can offend sensitive listeners. THE CUSTOMER SERVICE IS HORRIBLE! I was on hold the first time for 25 minutes waiting just to speak to someone before hanging up, wrote and email being "invited to call customer service to discuss my issues" and waited 45 minutes just to speak to a person the second time. Total process the second call was probably around an hour and ten minutes.

    Pluses for XM radio:
    Great customer service, Used them three times and haven't a complaint. Now with no commercials. Less repeats on the 80s station than the competition, and they have some other fun stations like Sonic Theater where they read books and act out drama. This service is only 9.99 versus 12.99 for Sirius. I beleive XM has more useful equipment. Less offensive and no personal agendas to push.

    Minuses for XM Radio:
    There is some audio clipping making the music sound a little "muddy" and tiny. The highs seem to be clipped. The audiophile will probably prefer Sirius. The talk on XM sounds a little like that computerized kids game of the 80s Simon. Kind of fake and robotish.

    You decide, I personally picked XM, then went to Sirius, and now I am back with XM. Listen to them in a store and ask friends about them. Good luck!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Do you really need an XM Radio?
    The answer is yes, and the reason in two words is Howard Stern.

    Not that I listen to Howard Stern, but the FCC has made it clear that the free broadcast spectrum is to be filled with nice words. Nor do I object to nice words. I like them. It is just that creativity and spark are going to find other outlets. These outlets will be on subscription radio.

    In the meantime, what is on XM is sensational. From comedy (even comedy that is not FCC approved) to music channels without any commercial content to America Right and America Left talk radio (Al Franken is here, folks)to sports.

    This receiver will work in your car, home or at the beach with a boom box.

    As to XM itself, it is an evolving medium, but the pace of evolution is very rapid. Get on the XM train and enjoy the ride.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Shoddy installation and can't get rid of the hissing sound!!
    Ok first off, let me say that I LOVE the XM service and stations. I haven't listened to the regular radio since I got it. My problem is with the car installation. I opted for the professional installation via Circuit City. I don't want to give CC a bad name, but my experience was not a good one. First off, it's mounted so poorly that I could literally pull it right off the console ( its installed on my front center console - I have a Toyota Sequoia). I have to be very gentle every time I pull the receiver out and God help me if I bump it - it will come right off. CC told me that's the best they can do for making it sturdy...? XM has GOT to come up with a better way - I paid a lot of money for all the components and to have it done right - I feel like I could have gotten the same results with just the regular plug in vehicle kit!
    Ok I could accept that part IF the sound was better. I get a hissing sound and the quality of my XM sound doesn't come close to that of a CD or even my regular radio. I read the review about this, but my FM modulator is made by Delphi so I know it's compatible. I also called Circuit City and they told me there is nothing they can do except to adjust the audio output. Even after playing with this feature I can't get rid of the hissing. Maybe someone out there can help me because I really DO love XM - I just thought that the sound quality was going to be better or at least EQUAL to my stock radio!! ... Read more

    16. JVC KS-K6013 Home Connection Kit for the KT-SR2000 Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $49.99
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    Asin: B0006A9FAK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: JVC
    Sales Rank: 6307
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    JVC's KS-K6013 home connection kit lets you enjoy your KT-SR2000 Sirius Satellite Radio receiver in the comfort of your home and through the same receiver/integrated amplifier and stereo speakers you use every day. Simply seat your receiver in the kit's docking cradle, hook up the included antenna and power supply, run the kit's audio cable to your receiver, and crank up your tunes. The antenna's 20-foot cord grants considerable freedom of placement.

    What's in the Box
    A home docking cradle, a Sirius Satellite Radio antenna, a power supply, an audio cable, and a user's manual with installation instructions.

    Note: The JVC KT-SR2000 Sirius Satellite Radio receiver, required for use, is sold separately. ... Read more


    • Provides everything you need to listen to your Sirius satellite radio receiver through your home stereo system
    • Includes a home cradle, a stereo male (left/right) RCA to stereo minijack audio cable, a Sirius home antenna, and an AC/DC power adapter
    • Nonslip footing elegantly keeps the cradle in place
    • Offers 1 audio output
    • For exclusive use with the JVC KT-SR2000 Sirius satellite radio receiver

    17. XACT COMMUNICATIONS XTR1UK Sirius Satellite Receiver & Universal Kit

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    Asin: B00067YSM8
    Catlog: CE
    Sales Rank: 2820
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    • NOTE -Sirius is a subscription based service that requires a monthly fee
    • 65 100% Commercial-Free Music Channels
    • Search Music by -Artist Name, Song Title, or Category
    • Illuminated Keypad & Control Buttons
    • Backlit Display

    18. Kenwood SiriusĀ® Satellite Radio Tuner (KTC-SR902)

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    Asin: B0001APSA6
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Kenwood Communications Corp
    Sales Rank: 15941
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    19. Audiovox SIRCMB2 Sirius Satellite Radio JamPack Combo (SIRPNP1 Tuner and SIRCK1 Car Cradle)
    list price: $149.99
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    Asin: B0001KRXCC
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sirius
    Sales Rank: 2955
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    Here's everything you need to begin enjoying Sirius satellite radio in your car: the SIRPNP2 radio tuner and the SIRCK1 docking cradle with built-in FM transmitter, plus a wireless remote control.

    The SIRPNP2 features an LCD screen that displays radio stream information, artist, song title, and category title. The Memory Capture feature saves up to 20 artist and song titles for later recall, while the S-Seek feature constantly searches all radio streams for the saved songs/artists. The Look Ahead feature allows you to stay on and listen to the current radio stream while browsing other streams to see what's playing.

    The SIRCK1 docking cradle connects to your in-dash car stereo with the included RCA audio cable. If your car stereo doesn't have an audio connection, the FM transmitter can send the Sirius radio signal to one of four FM frequencies (88.1 MHz, 88.3 MHz, 88.5 MHz, or 88.7 MHz). The base has a swivel ball for adjustment of the dock, and it can be mounted to your dash using the included adhesive strip or included screws. The antenna has a magnetic base that enables you to mount it on your car's roof or trunk; it connects to the docking cradle with a 20-foot antenna cable.

    Sirius satellite radio is a subscription service that provides up to 100 channels of programming, from digital-quality music to news, talk, and sports.

    What's in the Box
    SIRPNP2 Sirius radio tuner, remote control, 2 AA batteries, and SIRCK1 docking cradle package (cradle, base with adhesive pad, audio cable, vehicle antenna, DC cigarette lighter power adapter, screws and washers). ... Read more


    • JamPack combo features SIRPNP1 satellite radio and SIRCK1 docking cradle
    • Listen to 100 satellite radio streams with SIRPNP1 radio model
    • 30 presets, 20-song memory, remote control
    • SIRCK1 cradle connects to car stereo via RCA audio cable or built-in FM transmitter
    • Includes cigarette lighter DC power cord; magnetic antenna for your car roof or trunk

    20. Audiovox SIRPNP1 Sirius Satellite Radio Tuner
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $99.99
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    Asin: B00012F7HI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox
    Sales Rank: 30582
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    Listen to the future of radio today with the plug-and-play Audiovox SIRPNP1 Sirius satellite radio tuner. The SIRPNP1 decodes the incoming Sirius digital-quality radio program information from over 100 music, news, and sports channels and delivers an audio signal to your radio or other audio output equipment. It's easily transportable, and enables you to listen to satellite radio programs in your home or car.

    The SIRPNP1 lets you enter your desired channel stream number directly, or search for programming by scrolling through the category list. You can program up to 30 presets of your favorite streams, as well as search by stream, artist name, song title, or category. You can also store up to 10 artist/song title combinations, and the SIRPNP1 can search the incoming Sirius signal and alert you if it matches the artist/song title stored in memory. The Look Ahead feature allows you to stay on and listen to the current radio stream while browsing other streams to see what's playing.

    The SIRPNP1 has a 5-line 128 x 64 dot matrix LCD screen featuring artist name and song title. Two information bands at the top and bottom of the display show stream channel number and name, signal strength, and band/preset number. It has a 10-level brightness/contrast control.

    The SIRPNP1 Sirius satellite receiver must be used with one of the following adapter kits:

    • Audiovox SIRHK1 home kit
    • Audiovox SIRCK1 vehicle kit (with wireless FM transmitter)
    • Audiovox SIRCK2 vehicle kit (without wireless FM transmitter)
    Sirius satellite radio is a subscription service that provides up to 100 channels of programming, from digital-quality music to news, talk, and sports. It is available only in the lower 48 states--not available in Alaska, Hawaii, or U.S. territories.

    What's in the Box
    Audiovox SIRPNP1 Sirius satellite tuner, remote control (P/N136B3485), and 2 AA batteries. ... Read more


    • Listen to over 100 streams of Sirius satellite radio programming
    • Tuner has 30 presets, 10-song memory; comes with remote control
    • 5-line LCD screen with brightness/contrast control
    • Can automatically alert you to your favorite songs
    • Requires home or vehicle antenna kit, plus subscription to Sirius service

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