Free your XM satellite radio from your car or home stereo with this unique, portable all-in-one boombox system. In addition to acting as a dock to the Delphi XM radio receiver
(pictured, available separately), the Delphi SA10034 offers a built-in CD/MP3 player and AM/FM radio. This stylishly futuristic music machine is powered either via the included AC adapter or 6 D batteries, and it features two 2.3 watt stereo speakers with bass boost and an antenna with a 10-foot cord (which is required for receiving the XM radio signal).
Sitting between the two speakers is the SA10034 ingeniously designed audio engine, Just rotate this center component 180 degrees to access the XM radio dock on one side, or the CD player and AM/FM radio on the other. The SA10034's housing is constructed from durable ABS plastic, and it features an integrated rubber carrying handle.
The CD player offers random, programmed (30 tracks), and repeat play, and it is also compatible with CD-R/RW discs and MP3 audio files. The orange LCD will display song title, artist name, and folder number during MP3 playback. The AM/FM radio has a telescoping antenna, and it features a total of 30 presets (18 FM and 12 AM). Other features include a headphone jack, built-in clock, and a sleep and wake timer that can be set to either radio or CD.
What Is XM Satellite Radio?
XM Satellite Radio was the first satellite radio service to be offered in the U.S. It features a state-of-the art Broadcast Center in Washington, DC, two Boeing 702 satellites (providing 18 kW of power--the most powerful commercial satellites ever built), and approximately 800 terrestrial repeaters located throughout the continental United States for seamless transmission. Service is not available in Hawaii or Alaska.
XM Satellite Radio offers 100-plus channels, including 70 music channels, over 35 of them commercial-free, and 31 news, sports, talk and children's channels, broadcast coast-to-coast in digital quality. XM's programming partners include Sesame Workshop, NASCAR, Associated Press, ABC News, CNBC, CNET, BBC World Service and BBC Concerts, Radio One, CNN/Sports Illustrated, Hispanic Broadcast Corporation, Disney, and ESPN.