Not a bad deal...Would be pretty slick...
Hey everyone, I just found this link in a press release and thought it might be of some value for people looking to integrate XM in their carputer design.
XM USB Device
Damn you. Now I have to spend $69
Jk. Great find I'll have to pick one up.
2002 Golf TDI With Phatbox . Blue 87 Supra Needs to go, Grey 89 Targa with stock Radio.
I have used XM in my brother-in-law's car and it really is great. The computer interface makes it better. Down in that link I posted is a link to the xm page with a demo. Here's the link:
XM data page with interactive demo
It looks pretty good.
I saw this today too, I was just about to post but Jeff beat me to it. This would be a great thing to integrate with a car computer and it also makes it easier to do away with head units completely.
I've had XM in my car for over a year now and it's a pretty nice service.
I sent them an email asking for a programmer's interface.
Let's you play games and surf the web without restriction, while listening to 100 channels of digital radio
Only 9.99 a month, I wonder how fast it is.
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it doesnt use ANY bandwidth, it doesnt connect to the internet.
This device doesnt let you surf the web, it is simply a PC satellite radio tuner.
I assume they were talking about surfing the web without slowing your existing connection or cluttering up your screen. (Referring to PC users)
i'm just curious, how exactly does xm radio activation work? does it have an acces card or a code or something to make it work?
I'm sold, I needs it, my precious
My next generation Front End is right on schedule.
It will be done sometime in the next generation.
I'm a lesbian too.
I am for hire!