Question about Sirius Satellite Radio S50-TK1 Satellite Radio Receiver with Car Kit
I have been using the S50 without any problems and had about 100 songs stored. One day, the songs no longer played. They were still all listed, but when I tried to play them, there was no audio. It didn't matter if I was using the car mount or the headphone jack. I tried erasing them all and recording new songs and at first I couldn't erase the playlist, but eventually I did. I recorded new songs, but have the same problem. No sound, even though the song is listed and looks like it is playing. Thanks for your help. DW
It's a bug. I hit this as well. You've gotta update the firmware, and you will stll have to delete all your songs and start from scratch before it will work normal again.
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
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