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Thread: What's the best bet for Sirius/XM on CarPC these days?

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    What's the best bet for Sirius/XM on CarPC these days?

    Hi all - is there a good, relatively modern option for adding satellite radio to a CarPC?

    I've tried using the XM direct adaptor available in the MP3Car store but haven't had much luck (two of them died on me). And I recently bought a used XM Direct2 adaptor but that isn't working either... old drivers don't want to work on my netbook, Audiovox offers no support...

    So is there anything that's come out in the last couple of years that will be more reliable??

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    I have had no issues with this working reliably
    My 2007 Ford F350 Work Log located HERE

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    I've used an XMPCR for 18 months without any problem. Hard to find, but a single, standard USB connection is all it needs. Bulletproof!


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