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My Delphi Roady reciever has strong reception. However the sound through my stereo reciever is very weak. I tried it using the cable to the auxilary connection and also tuning to the various fm stations. Any suggestions ? Will a Roady 2 work in place of Roady? Thanks, Jim. jameswittenberg@msn.com

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Sounds like an audio amplifier ic is slightly bad, or something of that nature. Is this the first time you hooked it up to your stereo, or has it just failed recently? It's possible that there is an impedance mismatch, or that the output of the radio is weak by nature, in which case more amplification would be needed by the stereo.
As far as the Roady 2 goes, it should work- can't think of any reason why it wouldn't.
Not sure if this will help, but here's an excerpt from Crutchfield.com:
Important note from Crutchfield: Current FCC rules limit the transmission strength of wireless FM transmitters to a point where transmission needs to take place very near your FM antenna. XM includes a SureConnect cable with its car kits in order to address this issue, but Crutchfield strongly encourages customers to use an auxiliary input, wired FM modulator, or cassette adapter to ensure your satisfaction with the performance and cosmetics of this satellite radio

Good luck, hope this helps you, and thanks for using FixYa.

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