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Old 11-18-2006, 01:05 PM   #1
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I was thinkin about taking advantage of the free sirius Sportster replay for my home. I have the original Sportster right now for my home and car. I was wondering if I will need a different home docking station for the replay or if I can use the same one as the original Sportster (I was debating on rather I should buy the home docking kit or the boombox, if I have to get a different home docking kit for the replay then I'll just get that).

Due to the new FM transmitter issues, I will probably just keep the replay at home (I use the AUX imput in my home stereo) and use the orginial Sportster in the 2 cars.

One last question is how is the remote for the Sportster replay? The remote for the original Sportster is real small and doesn't want to work half the time lol.

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Old 11-18-2006, 01:09 PM   #2
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I'm pretty sure the dock is compatible with both types. I actually tried this, somewhat in reverse. Had a Replay, and used a non-replay in it's dock.
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I'm pretty sure the dock is compatible with both types.
They definately are compatible.
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