How many Sirius XM shows are prerecorded repeats? I'm a big fan of Sirius DJ Madison, for example, who has a show on First Wave weekdays 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
but also is on Alt Nation 6 p.m.-midnight.
While I heart Madison, I really hope she's not working 12-hour days. How much of that time is actually live radio?
posted by Shoggoth
on Feb 25, 2013 -
Why would a microwave oven in the next room ( approx 15 ft from the antennae) kill my Sirius reception? [more inside]
posted by Gungho
on Feb 2, 2011 -
Looking for options to replace my dying car radio/cd player and the separate satellite radio unit that plays thru the radio. Would like as few pieces to install as possible, hopefully something that's all in one and preferably $250 or under. Any recommendations? [more inside]
posted by aristan
on Dec 9, 2010 -
I'm trying to do a social media analysis of SiriusXM Satellite Radio. I would like to compare similar type brands. What do think would be some good brands to compare it to. I'm thinking about HBO or MTV? What do you think? Others?
posted by fightoplankton
on Dec 3, 2010 -
Any satellite radio users able to offer some insight on the best method of installation? [more inside]
posted by Rewind
on Dec 26, 2007 -
I've tried to resist, but I can't any longer — I want to subscribe to satellite radio. XM has at least two stations that I'll listen to almost constantly (channels 4 and 44, though 28 and 81 sound appealing, too). After hearing the web-based "free trial", I'm ready to sign up but I don't know anything about receivers. I'll mostly be listening at home. I don't have a stereo setup, but I do have lots of Macs (including Airport Express). I'd like to be able to listen in my car, too. Which receiver options are best? I know that XM and Sirius are merging — is this any reason to wait to purchase equipment? [more inside]
posted by jdroth
on Dec 11, 2007 -
I'd like to buy a Sirius radio for my home and the car but I'm having trouble weighing all the options -- any help would be appreciated.
I'd like to install this in the car (2003 Honda Civic w/ no audio input) and be able to use it at home as well. Options like recording are nice but not a must. I am interested in the Stiletto but am worried about the antenna quality as well as the car installation. If the fm transmitter won't work well (likely as the one I have for my ipod is spotty at best here in Chicago) is there a way to use it wired directly to my existing car stereo? Should I look at other options? For home use, I'd like to listen to it through my existing stereo setup.
posted by jules1651
on Jul 20, 2007 -
Other than the Tivoli iPal and songbook, are there any other small AM/FM battery operated radios with a built in audio input (for like an iPod or Satellite radio). Yes I know you can use FM, but I want to be wired. [more inside]
posted by Gungho
on Feb 5, 2007 -
Is Sirius going to take over XM? The fat kid that smelled liked cabbage who works in the car audio section at Best Buy said it was likely.... [more inside]
posted by Dr. Lurker
on Dec 11, 2006 -
How can I decrease FM reception for my car? I have taken off the antenna, but would like to proceed further. [more inside]
posted by poppo
on Sep 28, 2006 -