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Delphi XM Roady XT Satellite Radio Receiver

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  • Ultra-compact XM satellite radio receiver specifically designed for vehicle use
  • Accesses more than 150 commercial-free channels of music, sports, talk, news, and entertainment
  • Plug-and-play design transmits signal through wireless FM transmitter and car cradle
  • Displays channel name, artist name, and song title on high-contrast display; customizable sports and stock tickers
  • Measures 3.7 by 2.2 by 0.61 inches (WxHxD); 1-year warranty
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Delphi
  • Model: SA10175
  • Warranty: One Year

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 8 x 2.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000AUQICO
  • Item model number: SA10175
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Product Description

Delphi XM Roady XT is the smallest and lightest XM Satellite Radio available. Roady XT offers a true plug & play design with simple docking and connection. Roady XT comes with everything you need to enjoy XM satellite radio in your vehicle.

Amazon.com Product Description

The smallest and lightest XM satellite radio on the market, the Delphi XM Roady XT comes with everything you need to enjoy more than 150 commercial-free satellite channels in your car while you're driving across town or across the country. The plug-and-play Roady XT is easy to install, with no wires or cables required. Simply dock it on your dash, where


The low profile lets the XT fit nicely on your car dash.
it uses its built-in FM transmitter to wirelessly transmit the signal to an empty frequency on your FM dial. The device supports more than 100 frequencies, so even users in the busiest radio markets should be able to find several static-free channels. Once installed, listeners will have access to the full XM menu of music, sports, talk, news, children's, and entertainment programming, all without having to listen to a single commercial. The Roady XT also offers 21 advanced traffic and weather channels--yet another reason XM was named best radio service at the 2004 Billboard Digital Entertainment Awards.

To make the listening experience more informative, the Roady XT displays the channel name, artist name, and song title for each XM channel on the bright, high-contrast screen, which boasts seven vivid backlighting colors. Complementing the track info is the TuneSelect feature, which alerts listeners when their favorite songs and artists are playing on a specific channel. Meanwhile, sports and finance fans will delight in the customizable sports and stock tickers; the former runs through the latest scores and schedules for both college and the pros, while the latter keeps track of up to 20 stocks at once.

All the features come bundled in a sleek, innovative housing that's designed to ensure high sound quality while taking up a minimum of space. The diminutive size (it measures a mere 3.7 by 2.2 by 0.61 inches) fits easily in most jacket pockets or purses. This not only helps protect against theft, but also makes it convenient to bring the Roady XT inside for home use (requires the Roady XT home kit).

So don't waste another moment listening to cliché-ridden commercial radio--join the XM revolution today with the Roady XT.

What's in the Box
Roady XT satellite receiver, car dock, user's manual.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The RoadyXT was very easy to install, is easy to use and has greatly improved the daily commute.
S Clayton
My husband gave me this Roady for a Christmas present last year, and I have enjoyed it so much that I'm buying one for my mother-in-law for Christmas this year!
M. Mckay
As I expected would happen, when I called them to cancel, I was on the phone for allloooooonnnng time waiting for a customer service rep.
RS

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

115 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Lugosi on October 24, 2005
The Roady XT has made some major improvements over the Roady2. First and foremost, artist names and song titles will now scroll if they are longer than 16 characters. Each will scroll twice at the beginning of a song. If you need the complete name/title further into the piece, the best way to trigger the scroll again is to to hit the "display" button five times. This takes you back to the same display mode you were using, and it will begin to scroll again within a few seconds.

The sports ticker is great also. I was able to set it up for every NFL team, so there doesn't appear to be any limit on its size. It's not instantaneous, however; it takes about 2-3 minutes for an actual change in the score to be reflected in the ticker.

There is also a "Jump" button which allows you to flip to the previous channel.

The "Tuneselect" feature now allows you to search for songs not only by the song title, but by the artist name as well. This is accessed through the menu screen. You do, however, have to pick one or the other.

Another big plus: The Roady XT now gives you access to virtually the entire FM spectrum (88.1-107.9) if you want to listen via the FM modulator. The "Jump" button also comes into play here as well. If you hold it in for a few seconds, it will bring up a screen showing the last 6 FM frequencies you used. You can then use the arrow buttons to go to the one you want, then hit "Select." And by setting your in-dash radio's presets to the corresponding FM frequencies, it makes it much easier to adjust the modulator if you start running into interference as you drive.

Tip: The XM antenna also serves as the FM transmitter. If possible, place it close to your regular car antenna.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Johnson on June 1, 2006
I own a Delphi SkiFi2 in my personal car and have purchased a Roady XT for my wife and sister-in-law.

The quality of the RoadyXT is excellent! The ease of installation and features it provides the user make it a great bargain. The only critique I have is that I got used to the larger display offered on the Delphi SkiFi2 which makes browsing channels easier to do. Other than that, I'd recommend a RoadyXT to anyone looking for a cheap, good quality sat radio for the car and home.
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91 of 114 people found the following review helpful By M. JEFFREY MCMAHON TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 3, 2005
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The Roady XT is a well needed update to the previous model because it seamlessly goes back and forth between satellite and conventional AM/FM settings with a simple push of your preset button. The antenna is strong enough that I have mine inside my car and I seem to be enjoying strong enough reception. You may want your antenna outside your car as prescribed by the owner's manual, but I was concerned that the antenna would be too easy to steal or simply vandalize, so based on my installer's recommendation I had my antenna placed on the upper right windshield, inside the car.

The radio's interface is easy to use. You can scan, digitally enter desired station or use presets. The ticker feature is nice and easy to read. Also my professional installer (I recommend professional installation even though this is supposedly a "plug-and-play") said he has installed many satellite radios and he thought this one was the best he has seen.

Bear in mind all satellite radio is not a perfect technology. It's got great content but remember it's vulnerable to reception glitches in the same way that a cell phone is. Going under tunnels, bridges, for example; or driving up in the mountains or by the beach with lots of overhanging structures; even heavy cloud cover can compromise your signal. But even with its similar cell phone weaknesses, I think on balance satellite radio is a good buy, especially for long drives when you don't want to be faced with "cow pasture" radio stations.

In conclusion, the XM Roady XT, with its effortless transition between satellite and FM/AM radio, represents the best technology for this type of radio.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By K. Cain on August 7, 2006
Ok, I don't have the RoadyXT "yet", but I do have the Roady2 and originally had the first Roady model. And I have to say that I was most satisfied with both units, and with the XM service in general. There are some people that will NEVER be happy with anything - give 'em $100 and they'll complain that gas costs 1/3 of it. :| So, don't believe the negativity you hear in reviews of this product (e.g., Early Adopter (Denver, CO USA)). From everything I've experienced (I don't own one, but I've used one quite often and will be purchasing one in the next few days), this unit is great. Yes, there are things that are less-than-stellar about it - for example, using the FM transmitter is irritating sometimes, especially if you're travelling interstate and going through town after town. Frequencies will change, thus making you switch the transmitter station. But that isn't uncommon to ANY device using an FM transmitter; so again, don't believe the negativity. The buttons on this unit are small, yes, so having a remote will work much better than trying to use the buttons on the unit itself. But is that so crazy? Your eyes should be on the road, not on the unit for more than 2 secs to see a song title or something to that effect. And the whole notion of having to do some "difficult installation" in your car...you don't. I performed an "installation" in my car, just b/c I didn't want wires hanging about all around the radio. But if you don't mind it, don't think twice about an installation. And if you DO decide to "install" it, there are NUMEROUS places to find out how to remove the radio dash cover long enough to slide wires behind it - [...] [...] to name a couple; there are countless numbers of people more than happy to help give you advice about using the radio and "installing" it.Read more ›
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