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    Screw XM... Howard Stern is going to Sirius. I have until Jan 1 2006 to find out how I'm gonna adapt it to the carputer.
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    Did you even try to for this before you posted? Try it. It'll do wonders. You won't find any solutions, but thats because nobody has figured it out.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by kiltjim
      You won't find any solutions, but thats because nobody has figured it out.
      not true
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      • #4
        The only solution is to get XM and Opie and Anthony
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        • #5
          Sirius to strem video by late 2005 early 2006

          Originally posted by Bailey
          Screw XM... Howard Stern is going to Sirius. I have until Jan 1 2006 to find out how I'm gonna adapt it to the carputer.
          I recently read that the Sirius is going start streaming video as well over the system. I am sure that this is only the beginning.
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          • #6
            get highspeed internet in your car.. (over GPRS) and listen to sirius over the internet
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            • #7
              Originally posted by strohj
              get highspeed internet in your car.. (over GPRS) and listen to sirius over the internet
              Why? That would be a waste in my opinion. He would be better off just buying a sirius radio and plug it in. Boot up computer, dial up a internet connection, then login to sirius.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by frodobaggins
                not true
                I know. I got a little too burn happy. But the one apparent solution (Sirius solution, not just switch to XM) has no information, no source code, and no documentation. And no one has been able to provide any information on how to do it.
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                • #9
                  Check out siriusbackstage.com in the forums - someone has hacked a few of the receivers to have serial outs like XM...should help...

                  Dan

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