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Audiovox XMBB1 XM Compact Sound System


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  • Compatiblity: RoadyXT, SKYFi 3, and Xpress radios
  • Features two 3.25-inch low-frequency woofers and two half-inch high-frequency tweeters
  • 10-watt RMS amplifier produces high-quality sound
  • Internally stored XM antenna
  • Foldable handle contributes to its sleek design
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions8.9 x 22.5 x 7.8 inches
Item model numberXMBB1
Warranty1 Year
  
Additional Information
ASINB0015LPBCK
Best Sellers Rank #55,816 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SiriusXM
  • Model: XMBB1
  • Warranty: 1 Year

Product Description

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The sleek aluminum case and black grille cloth of the AudioVox XMBB1 XM Compact Sound System is allows you to enjoy satellite radio in style.



The AudioVox XM Compact Sound System features a sleek black case and black grille cloth, ensuring that it looks as good as it sounds.
Small Size, Big Sound
They say dynamite comes in small packages--and nothing could be more true of this sound system. Small in size, the XMBB1 combines two 3.25-inch low-frequency woofers, two 0.5-inch high-frequency tweeters, bass boost, and a 10-watt RMS amplifier to deliver powerful, dynamic sound.

Works with a Number of Providers
The XMBB1 is compatible with the RoadyXT and SKYFi 3, as well as with the Xpress Family of Radios. The system also can be used with the inno or Helix, with the help of an XM2go Boombox adapter (sold separately).



Its efficient, compact design means that the XMBB1 will provide you great sound, even in tight spaces.


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Audiovox XMBB1 XM Sound System

Product Description

The sleek aluminum case and black grille cloth of the AudioVox XMBB1 XM Compact Sound System is allows you to enjoy satellite radio in style.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I purchased one of these and was very surprised at the sound quality and features, great product.
David Gross
I am using a signal repeater with the receiver and can move the XM Onyx radio to any room in my home and receive perfect clarity with all stations.
Jim R. Heavner
For me, this is a good choice since it will run on batteries (unfortunately it is a battery hog) and works great outdoors.
Fox fan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Tristan B on October 23, 2008
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Ordered this earlier this week, at first I received an XMAS100 boombox. Amazon was quick to overnight me the correct XMBB1 though once I reported the error. This gave me the opportunity to check out both the XMAS100 and the XMBB1.

I have the Delphi XpressRC headunit to be using with this boombox.

The quick and the short is I prefer the XMBB1, here's why. It's antenna has a neat little setup so it can be sleekly mounted on the rear of the unit flush with the surface, or you can extend it the full 21 feet to put it near a window etc. The XMAS100 only has the plug and no sleek interface to store it inside/on the unit, so the XMAS100 in my mind is for more of a permanent setup location. Also the XMBB1 runs off 8 C batteries, or the plug, whereas the XMAS100 only runs off the plug. These two features make the XMBB1 very portable, can take it to the beach, park etc and its all compact with its antenna and running off batteries. The XMAS100 does have a remote, but many of the XM headunits you'll be attaching to this come with their own remotes anyways. The XMAS100 does look more sophisticated with its brushed aluminum finish, but the XMBB1 isn't too bad either. Also the price of the XMBB1 is 33% cheaper than the XMAS100 right now. They both have AUX in for connecting another audio source if you wish. The sound on the XMBB1 is great, as is the XMAS100, can hear the base and its very clear. Hope this helps you decide.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By DAB on November 16, 2008
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I purchased this with my Prime account on Amazon and got it via next day delivery.

The boombox comes with the adapters for the skyfi2, inno/helix, xmp3, roadyxt and of course all the xpress tuners including the XpressRC, which is what I have.

The SQ is really good, which surprised me since it was on $99. The handle makes it very easy to carry from room to room or even on outdoor outtings. It comes with a home antenna, which gives good reception. You can use 8-C batteries, which in my experience depending at what volume you listen generally last at least 10 hours.

By the way it also includes an aux-input if you wish to connect an mp3 player ect. It has an headphone jack as well.

If you have one of these XM Radios above, then I'd certainly recommend this Boombox.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Sanchez on February 5, 2009
The Audiovox XMBB1 is an good addition to my xm radio accessories. With the various radio adaptors I can attach any xm radio I may purchase in the future or that my friends or family may have. The sound quality is very good and the amount of volume out of these little speakers surprised me. If you leave the antenna attached to the back of the radio make sure it is pointed in a southern direction or else the signal tends to waver. Fortunately it has a generous length of cable so you can detach it and place the antenna anywhere for a good signal. The addition of a auxillary audio input jack allows you to hook up an mp3 player which I find nice to have. The only thing that I wish was added to this radio would be a remote to control the audio level for the XMBB1, but if you have a remote for your xm radio you should be able to have control over changing stations and some volume control. Overall I'm glad to have made this purchase and would recommend it to other who would like a portable sound system for their xm radio.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By F. F. Dumlao on January 7, 2009
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The unit looks great and performs well. The unit has plenty of power and conceals the power and antenna nicely.
The only issue I found was a slight hissing at the higher volumes. It may have something to do with my house which was constructed in the 1900's but outside of that I haven't had to uncoil the antenna and get good reception. I now have the option of taking my XM and Opie and Anthony with me to any outdoor activity to share with everyone.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Fox fan on February 28, 2009
I wanted to be able to listen to XM radio news stations at home. For me, this is a good choice since it will run on batteries (unfortunately it is a battery hog) and works great outdoors. It is not quite as good indoors but 80% of the time it will reliable pull in a signal anywhere in the interior of my vinyl sided frame home. There are some indoor dead spots but that can usually be resolved by simply turning the unit to re-aim the antenna which can be used remotely if needed. Obviously, it is not a stand alone unit since it requires an XM radio head. I have a Delphi SA10315-11B1 Xpress Which works great. I also use the Xpress in my cars which aren't already equipped form the factory with XM radio and in another home unit which adapts to my Bose radio. I woud recommend the cheaper home unit adaptor if you don't need portability and have a Bose or other stereo entertainment unit which has an audio input. In general it works better than I had expected.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Tate on January 5, 2009
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Got my XMBB1 XM system today. Docked my XpressRC but couldn't get a signal downstairs and have no southern window. Took it upstairs and placed the antenna on a west window - got a signal, activated the system and took off. The sound is terrific and I'm picking up hundreds of stations. So, the radio is great-but, the antenna that comes with it is most likely not a "high-gain" antenna and the company is not responsible for my tall trees or how my house sits. So 5 stars it is. Now to get a high gain antenna or outside antenna with wireless receivers. I'd say anything under a $100 on this unit is a bargain, plus it's portable.
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