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Old 11-23-2006, 11:23 AM   #1
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I'm having some diffficulty with a lot of static in the reception I'm getting and I just wondered if someone has any insight into which station works best in southeast Michigan or the Toledo, OH area? I can get reception but it is very static-y. Thanks so much, Maggie
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I'm having some diffficulty with a lot of static in the reception I'm getting and I just wondered if someone has any insight into which station works best in southeast Michigan or the Toledo, OH area? I can get reception but it is very static-y. Thanks so much, Maggie
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I'm having some diffficulty with a lot of static in the reception I'm getting and I just wondered if someone has any insight into which station works best in southeast Michigan or the Toledo, OH area? I can get reception but it is very static-y. Thanks so much, Maggie
In the meantime, you could try this site --> http://www.fmfind.info/
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Michigan Made...its awsome that you posted this link to a new persons question.
I hope more people push the hard wired option...it really is the BEST way to hear satrad....IMO...not that you need my praise..I just thougt it was cool
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Michigan Made...its awsome that you posted this link to a new persons question. I hope more people push the hard wired option...it really is the BEST way to hear satrad....IMO...
You're so right. My units are all factory installed now, but when I had an aftermarket XM unit, I got terrible FM interference until I installed a hard-wired modulator. After that the sound was incredible. Hard wired is the only way to go and those things couldn't be easier (even for a noob) to install.
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