Question about Audiovox XVSAP1V1 XM SkyDock Docking Station for iPhone iPod Touch
I live in Atlanta, GA, drive an 1999 Chevrolet pickup and have my XM Skydock connected directly to my FM Modulator in my dash. However, the static is actually WORSE when I am connected directly than it was when using PowerConnect. I am using the recommend FM stations for my area & ZIP Code, but I was told a direct FM connection would make for clearer sound instead of worse.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to remedy this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Same problem here. I repeatedly complained to XM but got no reply. I listen to XM in 2009 Sonata and it was just as bad.
XM is better than AM. Much worse than FM.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Yes, go to "Radio-Locator.com" - they have a selection for finding unused FM frequencies in your area. Actually, your radio will sound better using an "AUX" input or a cassette tape adapter.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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