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Audiovox XM Snap

Posted in Satellite Radio by Conner Flynn on December 26th, 2010

Many of us would like satellite radio in our car, but we don’t want to spend a ton of money replacing the car’s current radio. It’s a common complaint. But now there is a simple solution. Audiovox has introduced the Audiovox XM Snap!.

It really is a snap too. Just set up the antenna in your car and plug the unit into your car’s cigarette lighter, tune onto the right station on your car’s radio and you’re done. The device sets up quickly and you can listen to SIRIUS XM Radio in less than 10 minutes time. We love it.

Sirius XM SkyDock converts your iPhone into a Satellite Radio

Posted in Satellite Radio by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2009

Sirius XM SkyDock converts your iPhone into a Satellite RadioSirius XM’s SkyDock isn’t super sexy. It isn’t elegant. It is what it is, a standalone satellite radio receiver with an iPod connector that will let you listen to space radio on your iPhone or iPod Touch. And that’s fine with us because it’s the only way to do so.

The dock uses iPhone OS 3.0′s new hardware support and plugs into your car’s DC jack for power and support. This dock will cost you $120, plus the required subscription to Sirius XM radio. A free companion app sets your iPhone up as a radio controller. Pretty cool.

XM’s XMp3 gives you multi-station recording

Posted in XM by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2008

XM’s XMp3 gives you multi-station recordingXM’s XMp3 portable radio has been leaked along with one of its key features, thanks to a new Popular Science issue that accidentally revealed the device before showtime. The size has been reduced compared to the the Pioneer Inno and other previous handheld satellite radios, but the big news so far is that the XMp3 has the option of capturing five separate channels and downloading a song from each at the same time. The user could listen to a live event without missing broadcasts on other stations. Details are scarce, but we know it has a color display of unknown resolution and a dock. We’re guessing it also sports typical mp3 storage as well. No pricing info yet or launch date, but expect it by year’s end.

Polk delivers Sirius home component tuner…late

Posted in Home Theater by Nino Marchetti on February 28th, 2008

Polk Audio SR-H1000Polk Audio has apparently begun shipments of a Sirius tuner component product it first announced late last year. The Polk Audio SR-H1000 is now available for around $350.