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Old 03-14-2004, 08:30 AM
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Any Satellite Radio listeners here? Help me decide

I have been thinking about getting XM radio for my tractor trailer, but dont know which of the 3 would be my best bet. I usually slipseat 2 or 3 times a week and it gets old dragging all my junk from 1 truck to another, so I have been looking at the Delphi Roady XM because of the portability.
Delphi Roady XM Satellite Radio Receiver

Then theres the Delphi SKYFi XM, that looks pretty cool but I have to buy a kit and antenna:
Delphi SKYFi XM Satellite Radio Receiver

and then theres the XM commander
http://www.circuitcity.com/detail.js...&catoid=-10341
Help...Going to get some breakfast and then I am heading to Circuit City, any suggestions of which one to purchase.....Thanks Jay

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Old 03-15-2004, 07:47 PM
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No offense but I have to pay for t.v and the internet. No way am I paying for radio.
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well, if you drive a tractor trailor alot, I can see how XM would be the equivalent of your TV. Anyway, XM is XM, I don't think the recievers are going to make a difference except personal preference, but I don't know, I don't even listen to regular radio in my car, let alone XM. I would say, go with what you like the best. Want easy installation, get the easiest install, want... whatever the other good features are, go for them. Sorry I can't be more help though.
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