Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Apr 13, 2015
The signal comes from low in the Southern horizon, so if you have a trailer it is blocking the antenna. You would be best off to buy a special trucker antenna that mounts on your mirror and gets it a little bit higher and away from the trailer blocking the signal from the south when you're driving North. Okay? good Luck.
Posted on Apr 13, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sirius Antenna
You may have to go to your nearest electronics store or Sirius vendor to see if they have an extension cord...as a Sirius customer i never seen one though......Your best bet is to remount the antenna to the forward part of the roof, towards the windshield.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: XM radio reception issues
If you have the magnetic antenna, check it for a little nick on the cable on the outside of the car where water might get in to it. A little water can short the ground and the antenna wire. You also can wash (with lots of water around where the antenna cable is) and see if it happens again, then you will know it not just the weather
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: sirius satellite radio
You will need to get another sat antenna, and locate it somewhere either above the camper, or where the camper does not obstruct the antenna. Any store that sells sat radio equipment (Fry's, Best Buy, etc) will have the micro antenna. Install it either on the hood of the truck, or on top of the camper. You will need to run the antenna to the rear of the dash. They make Y couplers that will allow you to run both the OEM antenna and the extermal antenna at the same time, and it will not hurt the system to have both wired in at the same time.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
We had the same issue with our 2007 Dodge Ram truck. We use an external antenna when we have the camper on. You can buy these at various places on line. Get the car antenna not the home antenna. It magnetically mounts onto the truck so we put it on our hood and routed the antenna wire through the passenger side door. Our satellite box is behind the glove box. Remove the glove box and look up in the cavity. We were able to just unplug the factory antenna and plug the external antenna in. It's easy to switch back too. Just be careful with the antenna wire because it's fragile and any little bit of damage makes it useless.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
SOURCE: sirius/xm activation
Typical, they wont recognize sirius and xm on the same account. tyou need to close the old account and open a new account on the new brand head and start from square one. Also - they wont give multi head discounts if you have a mix of siruis branded heads and xm branded heads - each brand needs its own account and own e-mail address. They **** in this regard. Good luck, ive decided between this backwards book keeping and aneed to keep resetting my Sirius head periodicaly that neither is worth the aggrivation so I cancelled all of them.
Posted on Nov 09, 2011
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