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Old 04-23-2019, 08:15 PM   #1
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SiriusXM Streaming

Has anyone tried Sirius streaming in their tow vehicle (mine is not equipped with a compatible radio), or in the TT ??
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Old 04-23-2019, 09:24 PM   #2
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If your talking about radio streaming, I had a Sirius radio subscription in my Pickup for about 4 years when I traveled a lot more. You would have a huge choice of radio programs. They kept jacking up their prices and my traveling dimished to the point where I just cancelled it.
You can purchase and adapter from them to adapt any radio, be it in a Tow vehicle or Travel trailer..
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I have Sirius in both of my cars and I also have the streaming (web). When it comes time to renew, I call them, tell them I want to cancel or not renew then they bargain with me. I usually get it for around $120.00/year. I also have a radio they carry that gives you internet streaming that we listen to here at home or when we have wireless. I also have PRIME (not the reason why I have it) which gives us gobs of music, streaming video, etc also.
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We have Sirius in the truck as well as our house. I installed a dock in the trailer so that I can take the house one into the trailer when we travel.
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I have Sirius in my truck but not the camper ..
aren't you supposed to leave the windows open in the camper to hear the sounds of nature while camping ??
OH.. and the drunks yelling around the campfire 2 sites over ??
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OH.. and the drunks yelling around the campfire 2 sites over ??
That's not yelling, we're singing.
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I have Sirius in both of my cars and I also have the streaming (web). When it comes time to renew, I call them, tell them I want to cancel or not renew then they bargain with me. I usually get it for around $120.00/year. I also have a radio they carry that gives you internet streaming that we listen to here at home or when we have wireless. I also have PRIME (not the reason why I have it) which gives us gobs of music, streaming video, etc also.
thanks for the info!! I didn't know that web streaming was available thru Sirius.. did the same thing while I subscribed to their radio service.. Threatened to cancel and managed 1/2 price for a couple years...
I'll have to look into the web streaming part...
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I had four XM/Sirus radios (car, truck, boat, harley). Very expensive, about $150 per year, per radio. I'm down to one radio, in the truck, and it will go away this summer. I use Pandora (it's free) and other on-line (free) stations instead.
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I have a sirius on the go radio in 1 camper, but mt new truck came with streaming, so I use my i phone and the blue tooth in the voltage for the radio.
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Thanks to all for your comments, my Sirius comes up for renewal in May and will see what happens when I call them. If not then can listen to music off our phones via blue tooth as we both have a fairly large "library" of tunes on our phones.
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I had Sirius XM in one of my work vehicles, wasn't particularly impressed with the quality of the programming. I use an iPod or Pandora now.

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