I have tried to follow the owner's manual in tuning in my digital Denver-8 stations on the W1 satellite from NPS but I can't resolve the continuous tiling and breaking up of the picture and sound. Other channels like CNN work fine. If this problem can't be solved through this forum, can you recommend a service provider in the Las Vegas, NV area. The company that installed the big dish will no longer service big dishes? Thank you.
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Although it's about $50, this is the best FM transmitter I've found so far. I use it primarily with my MP3Player, but the concept is the same for your satellite radio. It should have a 1/8" audio plug.
Simply plug this little adapter in your cigarette lighter, plug the 1/8" cable between your Satellite radio and the adapter, and tune your radio to the station on the adapter (you can choose another station if there is already something playing on its default station).
This works for me. I tried other brands and they all eaither had poor reception or died within a month or so. This one has been working for me for well over a year now GOgroove FlexSMART X2 Wireless In Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter with...
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As a side note, most AM/FM radios use a separate antenna for each band, thus why you can pick up AM but not FM. Check your mast antenna connections to make sure they are solid and not missing or loose.