[DMCForum] Re: Spankwagon
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[DMCForum] Re: Spankwagon

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxx> wrote:
> Seems more reasonable to listen to my own CD's (or
> MP3's).  The music I want, when I want, how I want,
> with no interruptions of any kind.

I was the same way for quite a while. Until I realized that I was
cutting myself off from allot of other music that I never knew I'd
like, until I discovered it.

> I'd consider XM for O&A, and Sirius for Stern..  But
> not willing to pay for it AND listen to commercials.
> If I need a fix of either show, I can download it from
> the web..  But who has time anyway?!

My choice for my cars will be Sirius. I prefer their programming, as
well as their head units available. Kenwood makes a great radio with a
rotating face plate. When the unit is off, the whole face rotates
around to a blank plastic cap. When showing off my DeLorean before,
I've had many people ask me how I can drive such a car, and NOT have a
radio installed! So I know the theft deterrant works. :)

Now they have another version of the same radio, that's Sirius
compatible. It has the tuner built in, and can display the
track/station names right on the display. I also love these lines of
radios since you have have a MULTIPLE input adaptor connected to it
for MP3 hard drives, CD Changers, Sirius radio, AND AUX audio inputs
for an iPod, or other MP3 player. AND there are adaptors out there now
that will let my precompiled  music playlists in iTunes show up right
on the head unit as an independant CD.

Plus I can pay like a one-time $500 fee for a lifetime subscription,
and not have to worry about reoccuring charges.

Next to reliability, music is the next important thing to me in any



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