Re: [DMCForum] Sirius radio..
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Re: [DMCForum] Sirius radio..



Oh, my XM setup is wired directly into the OEM radio system as I don't like
FM modulators. Plus it allowed me to control the XM system through the
stereo controls on my steering wheel. In fact the only way you can tell I
have XM is from the small antenna on the roof.

The only time I loose signal with XM is when I drive through a wooded area
next to a steep hill. I've actually stopped under a 5 lane overpass and was
still getting signal. This doesn't surprise me since Sirius has 3
satellites with only 1 (maybe two) visible at any given time. XM may only
have 2, but both are constantly visible.

Chris
.
At 01:49 PM 1/11/2006 -0800, you wrote:
>I have the little radio that looks like a radar
>detector, it has a  built in FM transmitter.  With the
>thing in the little cubby hole under the radio (in my
>Taurus), I still get "FM static".  I have tried a
>number of frequencies, but little improvement.
>
>If there is a problem with the Sirius signal, it goes
>silent (because it is digital).  The static noise may
>be a function of the crappy $30 radio I bought.
>
>The files I am downloading from NNTP don't have that
>static, but do have the other quality issues I
>discussed.


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