Question about JVC Sirius KD-LH300 CD Player
If you have all the devices hooked up correctly using the JVC/Sirius interface. It does not recognize it if it's defective. Most common problem sirius/xm has. The miniport for the antenna connection has a bad solder joint and thus is inop. if it does turn on by chance, it will say "acquiring signal" and that's it. If it's new get it replaced. If it was working prior to this, and it's out of warranty, go on Ebay and get a rebuilt tuner, their about 50.00 and more reliable than new. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you shouldnt have to purchase any other cables to hook up sirus however somtimes due to the changes in the manufactor weather it be xm or sirius you may come across your radio not interfacting with the package you bought you might want to check the manufacture about this sirius 99 percent of the time will hook up to most JVC Alpine, Kenwood, ECT but you need to look at the back of your reciever at your connections on the back you should have in output and or input for for either aux in the back such as for a cd changer or in your case that will be used for your sirius hook up. My names Josh and i hope your able to get it figured out.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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It sounds like the unit is malfunctioning. I think I had display problems with my first Sanyo CRSR-10 radio. At that time, it was still under warranty, so I contacted Sanyo and had it replaced.
The new radio lasted a few months, but it eventually died with another problem -- it just loops the startup sequence (Sirius logo + beep) and never loads up to the tuner interface. Unfortunately, Sanyo only honors the warranty period of the original radio and since it had been over a year since I purchased the first radio, they would not replace the second malfunctioning radio.
If you explain your situation to Sirius, I'm sure they will transfer your subscription to a new radio -- it's relatively easy for them to do it. I think they just want to discourage frivolous subscription transfers (and hacking) but if you convince them that your old radio is dead, they should be able to do it.
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