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My 8 Year Old Sony-DRN-XMO1C, has been cutting out for the last month or so,It even does so in my car,and i drive at least 30 miles from it's stationary place at home. as it is a plug N"Play,I Bought a new one from an online place, and the new one does the same excact thing.skipping the signal, on both of them in 2 different placements.I Talked to the X-M people and They've not been having Sattalite or repeater problems in My Galveston Area? 2 Sony X-M Radios in 2 different places Skipping Signals I love and need My Jams Please Help. Joe T. JosephTea@Aol.Com

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