not really but if you go under a tunnel or a bridge, you wont have response with the satelite anymore or at least until you get out of the tunnel/bridge. i like the serius they a good deal for the price.
97'chevy S-10 bagged and shaved. LSX/T-56 swap in the works
i've had both, and sirius is the way to go, imo... i like the programming a lot better on sirius...on xm, the only stations that i found worth listening to were the music stations...the comedy stations were ok, but not as good as "raw dog", and i'm a stern fan, so that's another thing that closed the deal for me.
Sirius without a doubt. I have had it for 3 years now and the programing has only got better. They have NBA games, MLB playoff games, NFL games and a lot of college football games on Saturdays. I'm also using the Starmate right now and its great for a plug and play unit.
Did you install it yourself??
Just curious, the local stereo shop wants $275 installed for the system they sell. I was thinking about installing it myself!!
There are many models to choose from. $275 is about average. A clean install is usually about 2 hours ($100). Most DIY installs of XM/Sirius I've seen look like total crap. Pro-Fit brackets ($35) also help in many instances to make the install much better looking and allows the unit to be mounted without putting screws through the dash.
Yea SIRIUS will have Howard STERN here in 06 and will also have NASCAR leaving XM and going to SIRIUS. If u like sports SIRIUS will have it all execpt baseball. I can also agree on using PROFIT brackets for installation. They make one for almost any car and work better tahn dougle stick tape or those suction cups. I reccomend the SPORTSTER 2 REPLY, you will have up to 45 min. to play back on it. Try HAWK ELECTRONICS they have good deals on all satelite radio XM or SIRIUS>>>>>>>>>>>>>>CRAIG or MILTON in GARLAND 972 686 4295