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Thread: Is my XMPCR a paperweight?! Sorry to ask...

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    I know XM direct is a direct signal, but can I use mine?,00.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Custommx3
    I know XM direct is a direct signal, but can I use mine?,00.html
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    coachreed, you may want to add the toslink output module to your XMPCR. The sound quality will substantially increase if you do so. You will need a sound card with a toslink input though.
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