I'm making the reception, I can see on the screen what song is playing, but I can't hear it.I don't know if it's best to use frequency or FM transmitter. I need more detailed steps to follow. I had this since February 2006, have not use it in my car yet. Please help
Try using the audio out jack to see if you are getting any sound (you can use earbuds to check). If you get sound this way, your transmitter is probably shot. Mine went out about 2 years ago on this unit, and I am using a tape deck adapter to get sound. These are easy to find and only run about $10 and work fine.
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Yes you can my brother bought one of those after market radios and you can run it on three different channels you need to find one that has nothing on it including hiss. look in the book and it will tell you the different channels. Also Be sure you have the reciever on the dash in the center at the top for best reception or lower it tothe middle to find the best reception you can get. it is important to get it in the right place for it to work.
My experience with the XM2Go is that it never really works well on the portable antenna -- in my case not a complete failure, but that might be because I am in an urban area there are ground transmitters in addition to satellite reception. But any movement disrupts the signal Here's the solution - record some music on myxm (up to 5 hours) while docked, and play that music when not docked to an antenna.
If I understand correctly-you are saving the xm files in the xm format and thus can not be then moved to a cd or computer. You can take mp3 music though and add it to your inno but not the other way around.
I have had this problem also. While I haven't completely fixed it I have figured out the root of the issue. Within this unit there are two circuit boards. Between the two boards is a white connection. It appears this connection becomes loose or is susceptable to the heat that is generated from the unit. I've tried teasing out the pins within the connection to see if they can get a better fit together. This will work for a little while but then the static returns. I'll post back if I come up with a final solution to this problem.
While in the truck, make sure the antenna is on the outside of the truck. It has magnet so it is easy to stick to the roof.
Do not know what to say about the home antenna, mine is not working right now.
I had the same problem. I had to reset (use a paper clip into the RESET hole under the battery cover ( or pull out the battery for a a couple of minutes). Then, after recording some songs, I switched over MYXM and then began rotating the channel selector dial. The volume indicator arrow moved off zero and began advancing up the volume scale. I kept doing it until it about half way and my sound was back.