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Delphi SA10000 XM SKYFi Radio Receiver

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  • Satellite radio receiver for your car or home; includes wireless remote control
  • Access to XM's 100-plus channels of satellite radio, featuring music, news, sports, and more
  • Direct channel entry plus 20 presets; preview a channel before switching
  • Requires separately available car or home connection kit and subscription to XM satellite service
  • Measures 4.7 x 2.9 x 1.5 inches (W x H x D)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameDelphi
Item Weight2.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.6 x 2.9 x 1.2 inches
Item model numberSA10000
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Number of Items1
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB00009RTBT
Best Sellers Rank #15,200 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 22, 2003
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Delphi
  • Model: SA10000

Product Description

Product Description

Enjoy over 100 digital channels of music, news, sports and talk with this SKYFi XM Satellite Radio receiver by Delphi. For maximum visibility, the easy-to-use receiver features an amber backlit display with 4- and 5-line channel info displays, plus a larger display mode for easy viewing. Preview the artist and song title on each channel before selecting, and customize your channel list to quickly access your favorite channels on the main unit or with the full-function remote control. Choose channels from direct entry, 20 presets, the channel guide or the channel category search mode. SKYFi receiver must be used with a SKYFi adapter kit (sold separately). Requires monthly subscription to XM Satellite Radio—$9.99/month with an activation fee of $9.99 online or $14.99 by phone (not included). Imported. 3Hx4-3/4Wx1-1/4D".

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Step into the future of radio with the Delphi XM SKYFi radio receiver, which connects to the XM satellite radio network and over 100 channels of programming. You'll get crystal-clear reception, whether at home or on the road, thanks to XM's powerful satellites and vast network of repeater stations throughout the continental U.S.
With the SKYFi vehicle kit, the SKYFi radio receiver is easy to set up for satellite transmission through your car stereo.
Note that the SKYFi radio receiver requires a monthly subscription, as well as either the separately available home or car connection kit to receive XM radio signals.

The sleek, compact SKYFi radio receiver features a large orangish-red 5-line display (with adjustable font size) that displays song title, artist, channel category, and channel name/number information. It has control buttons for on/off, saving song information to memory, and preset programming (up to 20 presets), as well as a scroll wheel that enables you to quickly search through the channel categories and stations. The SKYFi radio receiver also comes with a remote control with the same control buttons as well as an audio mute control. The remote control uses a 3-volt CR2032 lithium battery, available at most retailers that carry electronic products.

The SKYFi radio receiver inserts neatly into the SKYFi Boombox for satellite radio wherever you want to take it.
You can listen to one station while previewing program information on up to five other channels. Additionally, you can save the song and artist information displayed on the SKYFi radio receiver to help you remember your favorite songs when you hit the CD store. The line-out level control adjusts the audio level if it is too high, causing distortion, or too low for your car.

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, D.C., 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 101 channels, including 70 music channels, over 35 of which are commercial-free, and 31 news, sports, talk, and children's channels, broadcast coast to coast in digital quality. Basic service is available for a monthly subscription fee of $9.99, with premium channel(s) available at an additional monthly cost. Under the XM Family plan, subscribers get a discounted rate of $6.99 per month for additional radios.

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.

What's in the Box
Delphi XM SKYFi radio receiver (SA10000), wireless remote control, one CR2032 lithium battery, and operating and quick start guides.

Customer Reviews

The product itself is easy to use, logical.
Tim j Mccabe
Xm has music choices for every musical taste in addition to news,talk,weather,comedy and traffic channels with no commercials on music channels.
Jeff Carter
XM acknowledged it was defective equipment but refused to refund it.
K. Dowell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Rod Peterson on September 8, 2003
I can't say enough about this system. For years, I have been disenchanted with commercial radio and the junk they play. If I wanted good music, I'd have to shell out a king's ransom for CDs. I had gotten to the point where I didn't even bother listening to music anymore; I'd just tune in NPR in the car and watch TV at home for entertainment.
I was skeptical about paying for satellite radio until I checked out the sample programming at [...] It took me about a day to realize I couldn't go another day without it. Now I listen to the radio all the time at home, and I've even hooked up the Home Adapter kit at work and listened through my computer's headphones. (It took a bit of doing to position the antenna for good reception in my office 'cube farm' inside a steel-and-concrete building, but I got it to work!) Now I can't wait to get the car adapter so I can take my stations with me on the road.
One of my favorite features on the Delphi SKYFi is that you can save Artist/Song Title information while listening if you hear something you really like. This has allowed me to discover several great new bands since I started listening to XM. I can confidently pick up new CDs of bands I'd never hear on commercial radio. It's like having a great college radio station!
Another great feature about the Delphi unit is that you take your one subscription with you wherever you go; there's no need to pay for an extra receiver, even though XM offers additional subs at a discount.
XM radio has a great fan following. Check out [...] for a great online community of fans and fanatics. I learned a lot about antenna placement in poor-reception areas (XM at work!) from reading the message boards.
Quit stalling. Buy it. I promise you'll love it.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By David E.Finley on May 5, 2004
Verified Purchase
Forget the naysayers. This product was worth every penny, as well as the subscription fee.
I do not own a car, as I am legally blind. However, one does not need to own a car to enjoy XM radio. I live in the Coachella Valley in southern Central California, and quite frankly, the radio reception here bites, even on shortwave.
I also live in an stucco reinforced apartment, with NO WINDOWS at all in my bedroom.My Sky FI radio rests in the boombox docking station, and sits on top of my televison set. The antenna is simply clipped to the back of the boombox, and I do not use a single inch 0f it's 20 foot cable.
The radio works flawlessly.
All 121 channels.
No fading or digital artifacts.
The sign up process was quick and painless. I was up and running in under an hour.
Belive me, XM blows regular radio out of the water. My two favorite channels are 163 (Sonic Theater) and 164(Old Time Radio)
These 2 channels are well worth the subscription cost alone.
XM radio should side market this product to the visually impaired or blind as well. I could think of no greater a gift for someone blind, such as myself. An A PLUS!!!
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 13, 2004
I have had one of these units for myself and bought one for the girlfriend. These units provide pretty good reception (much better than FM) and are easy to use. My complaints would be that the display can be washed out in the sun light, and that it is a little oddly shaped for the car dash in some cars, and that there is a need for better filtering on the home unit power supply eliminating the chance for buzzing sounds. I purchased this unit for my girlfriend and she loves it and uses it every day with no complaints.
Review of both Sirius and XM radio:
I have had both of these services. Pluses for Sirius are better sound quality (more sharp clear and "open" music with less clipping distortion throughout the frequency range), and they used to be the only one of the two to offer commercial free music.
Negatives for Sirius. The repeats on Sirius are pretty bad at the moment. Not what one expects to hear after paying 12.99/month There is OutQ (look it up on the Sirius website), which is fine, but this agenda bleads into ALL of the other radio stations, so if you are a person of strict faith, you may want to avoid Sirius as the DJs and commedians seem to have an agenda to push, and can offend sensitive listeners. THE CUSTOMER SERVICE IS HORRIBLE! I was on hold the first time for 25 minutes waiting just to speak to someone before hanging up, wrote and email being "invited to call customer service to discuss my issues" and waited 45 minutes just to speak to a person the second time. Total process the second call was probably around an hour and ten minutes.
Pluses for XM radio:
Great customer service, Used them three times and haven't a complaint. Now with no commercials.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Wm J. Milosh on September 22, 2004
I purchased my XM Radio Skyfi system from Best Buy just before a cross country trip. My wife and I love it. However, after losing the signal a few times in the rain and then losing the signal for a few days after a heavy rain. I discovered that the magnetic antenna supplied with the system is "known" to be a problem. Best Buy techs know it. And Delphi, the suppliers of the system know it. When I called tech support at Delphi, I got a curt recommendation to seal the area of the antenna where the wire enters the antenna - then I wouldn't have any more problems. In other words, their problem was my problem. The Best Buy techs graciously told me if I got any kind of replacement antenna, they would replace my antenna at no charge. I couldn't find a replacement. The Delphi people need some customer service training. So, if you buy this system, save yourself some trouble and seal the area where the wire enters the antenna. If it weren't for the antenna problem, I'd give the system five stars.
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