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Delphi SA10004 XM Radio SkyFi Home Adapter Kit (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Delphi

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  • Connect your Delphi SkyFi receiver to your home stereo system
  • Includes home stand, antenna, power adapter, and cables
  • Home stand provides all wire connections to keep your receiver free of cords
  • Delivers more than 150 high-quality, XM satellite radio stations
  • Requires a paid subscription to XM Satellite Radio (not included)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Delphi
  • Model: SA10004

Product Details

Product Manual [520kb PDF]
  • Item Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • 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: B000075B6H
  • Item model number: SA10004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 14, 2002

Product Description

Product Description

This adapter kit is required to use your Delphi SKYFi(TM) XM radio receiver in your home. It features a home stand with a hi-gain indoor/outdoor antenna, and an AC power adapter. The RCA jacks allow you to connect to any home audio system with an extra audio input.


Designed for use with the Delphi XM SkyFi Radio, the Delphi SA10004 XM Radio SkyFi Home Adapter Kit allows SkyFi to work with any home stereo equipped with RCA audio-in connectors or with any set of powered speakers. This kit includes a home stand with mini-stereo-out jack, antenna, AC power adapter, and audio cables with twin RCA outputs. Everything you need to connect your XM receiver to your home stereo is included in this kit. Hook it up and listen to XM broadcasts through your own home stereo system.

For more information about XM Radio digital-quality sound, coast-to-coast coverage, and more than 150 channels of satellite radio entertainment, visit XMradio.com.

Customer Reviews

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Very highly recommended, you just can't go wrong with this one.
I would highly recommend this as a great addition to any home stereo system with an available RCA input for an additional device.
James Bowdren
The sound is awesome, reception is great, and I'm happy as can be with the choices on XM Radio.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By G. Vieth on December 9, 2003
XM Radio and the Delphi equipment for the most part live up to the rave reviews:
=marvelous on long road trips, no need to fear moving out of range just when you've found something engaging
=sound quality generally equal to FM
=wide, wide variety of programming
But, I do have a tip and a concern. The tip: if you plan on using the home stereo adapter, spend the $20 for a Monster cable to connect to your amp or receiver! It took me two trips to the retailer to get this resolved. It's especially disappointing since big bucks have been invested in the technology and programming and in the last few feet the signal quality is degraded to an unlistenable level -- and you've got to believe that the "adapter kit" is a pretty high margin item for Delphi. Had they maintained the quality of the product maybe Mr. Johnson would have been happier.
The concern: I hope XM takes advantage of the opportunity to take radio programming to some new and creative places. There's quite a variety here, but much of it tends to become a choice about preferred "wallpaper" music. It doesn't look like we're ever going to get anything creative from commercial radio, and XM has vastly greater resources than Public Radio if they want to use them.
My system works great (now) and there's a lot of potential here. It's worth getting now and we'll look forward to more from XM.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Hudson on April 6, 2003
Listening to good music or news, commercial free, is impossible unless you go on the internet. But, if you're in an office environment, and want to listen to the music or news, then you eat up the broadband....which employers and systems administrators don't like. With this radio receiver and home adapter kit, I can listen to any kind of music, live television news broadcasting such as FOX News and CNN, etc. without using any broadband at all. I've configured my receiver and adapter kit with my notebook computer, speaker system, and my Sound Blaster Extigy. The reception and sound quality are magnificent. I plan on buying the car adapter kit so I can transfer my radio receiver (Delphi SKYFi XM Radio Receiver) from my office to my car when I have a need to. If I take my car on a business trip or if I take a vacation, I have access to 100 channels of commercial free music and live television news programming. The sound quality, the selection of channels - various types of music, comedy, news, weather, etc. makes this a MUST. It's small, sleek looking, yet powerful. The "icing on the cake" is the unit's sleekness, quality, portability and cost. The antenna needs to be pointed towards a window. A long antenna cord will come in hand for some users who aren't very close to a window. I don't know what the reception would be like if a person was in a windowless office. You will also need to have a monthly subscription to XM Radio at 9.95 per month. You can activate your service online in less than 5 minutes. My advice is this: "Quit wasting time...go get one"
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 4, 2003
I just bought the Delphi SkyHi/XM Radio setup for my home stereo and I love it! It was fast and easy to hook up to my stereo, and I get better reception than with my fm antenna. There is a feature on the remote control that enlarges the song information so I can read it from the sofa. Nice. I have my stereo near an east facing window and haven't yet experimented with different locations around the house. But I can tell you that the reception doesn't change when I lower my miniblinds. Even if your stereo isn't near a window, the antenna cord is very long. That's just the hardware side. The programming is great! I'm still in the phase where I can't decide which station to listen to because there's so much! The only drawbacks at the moment is, even thought there's a ton of programming, they don't get the Dr. Demento Show, or a couple other talk shows that I listen to regularly on my drive home from work. But, I'm so excited that I just bought the car setup so I can listen on trips.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By P. Crabtree on April 28, 2004
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I recently rented a Cadillac from Avis and was able to listen to XM at no charge. My wife and I really enjoyed it and decided the home kit option was something we were very interested in as we don't spend long periods of time in our cars.
I was reluctant at first because of worries regarding the antenna not being in a south-facing window. My stereo system is in a built-in entertainment wall and does not allow for the antenna to be pointed at a south facing window. After reading that many others have had success with the antenna in less than ideal areas, I decided I would give it a try. My house is 2 years old, one story brick with a normal pitched roof consisting of plywood decking and dimensional fiberglass shingles. It has 10 foot flat and tray ceilings.
After hooking up the cables to my surround sound receiver and placing the antenna on the top of the stack of stereo components, I pointed the antenna generally to the south and toward the ceiling at about 45 degrees. I plugged the SkyFi in and immediately was getting two bars on the signal strength indicator. I do not have terrestrial repeaters in my area, so I am relying solely on the satellite. After a few quick adjustments I was getting 3 bars or it bounced between 3 and 2 bars.
I was very happy to have it work, and it is not even close to sitting in a south-facing window. After getting a strong signal and hearing the sample channels loud and clear, I activated the subscription online. I timed it and it took 12 minutes before the tuner updated and began receiving all channels. I was pretty impressed it activated that quickly.
I picked XM over Sirius because I had a chance to hear it in the Avis rental car and I trust Delphi equipment. Overall, I am very happy with the SkyFi, the home kit, and the XM service.
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