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Old 08-09-2005, 10:28 PM   #16
Join Date: Mar 18, 2005
Location: DC metro area. Sirius on JVC SR2000, XM on JXR9.
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If you don't want to do any extensive installations, you could use a suction-cup bracket. The JVC car kit comes with one (as seen in my avatar) and I think that you can buy them seperate at bigtime audio retailers such as Crutchfield. That type of installation also gives the benefit of putting the display at the same plane of sight as the road. Hense it makes it possible to channel surf rather than having to rely on forgetable presets. The suction-cup bracket is designed really well and stays very securely in place.
Six months after I got Sirius, they deleted most of their best music channels and replaced them with the worst (Sept 29, '05). Hense I got XM on Oct 21st and doubt I'll be renewing my Sirius. I can't support a service that mimics commercial-FM.
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