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Old 06-10-2003, 11:43 PM   #31
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I did a little search on the Audiovox and here is what I found

From May 27 2003

The S.R.S. Satellite Radio Shuttle is a transportable unit designed for total flexibility that allows you to experience SIRIUS in almost every environment. The unit has two features that are the first for satellite radio.

The SIR-CK1 Car Kit features an FM transmitter with four frequency adjustments incorporated into the docking station for a wireless connection to almost any vehicle radio. Also, the SIR-PNP1 Receiver unit is the first satellite radio system built with a feature called S-Seek. This feature allows a listener to capture up to 10 of their favorite songs in the unit, which can continually search the incoming SIRIUS streams and prompt the listener when one of these songs is playing. Touch a button and the unit can be tuned to that stream, allowing the listener to hear his or her favorite songs anywhere, at any time.

The S.R.S. has a MSRP of $99.95. The Car Dock and Home Dock kits will retail for $69.99 - $89.99.

From the Audiovox "On the Horizon" page

June 2003 expected release

Satellite Radio Shuttle model SIR-PNP1 is a transportable unit designed for the car, the home, office, marine and portable applications. It features a full 5 line display of artist/song title, channel #/channel name, category search, artist search, song title search, 3 banks of 10 presets each - with scanning function, adjustable backlight control, memory function (S-Seek) to capture 10 of your favorite artist/song titles with the capability to search out those artists. The unit will be offered with three optional accessory kits, one for the home (SIR-HK1) and two for the car (SIR-CK1 & SIR-CK2); one of the car kits incorporates a built-in wireless FM Transmitter. Portable units & shelf systems integrating the Shuttle will be available as well. (MSRP: $129.99 Shuttle $69.99-$89.99 Accessory Kits)
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Old 06-16-2003, 04:40 AM   #32
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Here's my 2 cents on the new PnPs. I snagged a brochure I haven't seen before from bestbuy that was on their counter. This is what I found are the differences-

Kenwood H2A can hold up to 24 names of artist/song titles, so if you want to buy/rip a CD you know who it is. Dim the display, and make the display name larger. Home and car tape/Aux craddle, no FM Mod (yet)

AudioVox holds 10 titles (like the Delphi), but S-Seek will constantly look for those 10, kewl. White LED, not orange, thank God. home/car FM Mod/car FM wireless.
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