Saturday, November 21, 2009
Satellite Radio Gets Out Of The Car
Despite the growing popularity of satellite radio, many consumers think only as entertainment for the car, not the music you can enjoy at home or traveling. Fortunately, a number of receptors there that let you listen to satellite radio virtually anywhere you go. Here, a leading provider of SIRIUS Satellite Radio, RadioShack offers tips on how to take your satellite radio with you from the car home or outdoors: On The Road Traveling by car is difficult to avoid. However, there are a number of satellite radio options out there that go hand in hand with the open road. Sirius Sportster Replay is a plug-and-play receiver allows direct radio listeners to pause and listen to complete coverage of the NFL, NHL, NBA and college sports. It also provides a bit of adjustment to the traffic and weather. A second option is the repetition SIRIUS Starmie. This is the norm, with almost everything you need for your mobile music, including a remote control that controls all functions so you can keep your eyes on the road. Both devices can record up to 44 minutes of content for later playback. Moreover, both have features that alert notification when one of your favorite songs or games like radio. Home Accessory Kit Home & Boomboxes providers, as sheets take programming SIRIUS satellite radio at home. One strategy is to remain Replay Home Kit, which includes a docking cradle, an antenna indoor / outdoor window, an AC power adapter and audio cable for easy connection to your home entertainment system. Another option is the Sportster Boombox. Not only allows you to carry satellite programming in the country, but also allows the beach, park or back. On The Go The latest in satellite radio is fully portable. The Sirius S50 receiver is a laptop, a portable receiver that lets you listen to your favorite TV shows whenever and wherever. You can install it by car, take home and play at home, or save up to 50 hours of programming to carry with you forever. You can also store your MP3/WMA music files for later playback. You may also want to consider listening to satellite radio through your phone. Sirius and Sprint have teamed up to provide original music, 20 free music channels plus a channel devoted to interviews with guest artists and performances that can be streamed directly to portable media for Sprint.