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    Feb 2006

    XM with Hybrid Mobile Interface

    Has anyone had success in integrating XM Direct with ME using the Hybrid Mobile Interface/Cable?

    I know Hybrid Mobile provides their own software for this cable but I was curious if it works "plug and play" with ME.


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    May 2004
    Looks neat. I fabricated my own cable for the XM Direct unit and it works great. I am curious as to where this is getting 12V power from? That black cable connected to the RS-232 head in the picture probably connects to an AC-DC adapter. I routed my power to the 12V from my PSU in my computer. But for $50? That's kinda steep. You're better off making your own IMO. The parts will cost much less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeHale99
    Has anyone had success in integrating XM Direct with ME using the Hybrid Mobile Interface/Cable?
    I would encourage you to try it and let us know. You might want to wait until next week when I release the 2.3.4 build however. There will be some significant changes to XM control in this release.
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