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SIRIUS ST4-TK1 Starmate 4 Plug-and-Play Satellite Radio Receiver with Car Kit

by Sirius
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  • Feature-rich plug-and-play Sirius satellite radio receiver with bundled car kit
  • Decodes digital-quality signals for more than 130 music, news, and sports channels
  • Game Alert feature prompts you when favorite sports team is playing on Sirius
  • Built-in FM transmitter; 44-minute instant replay function; 5-line graphic display
  • Includes car power adapter; measures 4.9 x 1.9 x 0.6 inches (W x H x D); 90-day warranty
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  • Brand Name: Sirius
  • Model Number: ST4TK1
  • Device Type: Satellite Radio Receiver
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 Year Parts and Labor

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SIRIUS Starmate 4 combines all of the exciting and easy-to-use features of the Starmate family, and offers up a simple, sleek design as well as SIRIUS Universal docking capability. It has a large widescreen LCD, and the slim unit is easily portable. Artist name, song titles, and up to five lines of text are displayed on the screen. The Starmate 4 replays up to 44 minutes of content and can pause, rewind, and fast forward.


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Item Weight2.6 ounces
Product Dimensions0.6 x 4.9 x 1.9 inches
Item model numberST4TK1
Faceplate TypeDetachable
Warranty1 Year Parts and Labor
  
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ASINB000IS7WRI
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Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
  
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Stofer on November 30, 2007
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Alright so I decided to finally upgrade to the starmate 4 from the stratus. I'm happy with it. It does have some cool features like the pause, rewind, ffw abilities. As well as the memo feature so you know when your favorite song or band is on. Also, I love having more presets and more display information. The remote is nice but can prove to be more of a hassle since its IR meaning it takes a sec to work and its easy to mess up all your presets on accident. Overall the radio is great. Now the bad. The reason I knocked it a star is because it sold as a kit is a joke. In order to make it work you have to have a direct connection. I got a fm direct connector and it works great. Needed some antenna adapters to make it all work perfect though. Thank goodness I had the car cradle that came with the stratus. I'm not a fan of the suction cup or ac vent options. However the one I had happens to work great with it. Anyways thats my take on it. Overall I love it but sirius needs to rethink what their including with it. It would make the perfect product if they included what you actually need. Especially considering the fm transmitter isn't allowed by the FCC to be powerful enough without the direct connector.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Romero on July 15, 2007
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Before I had this one I had the Original Sportster. The reception was great and I rarely lost signal. Because it was bigger it was easier to take off the cradle.
My radio was stolen from the car so I ran out and got the Starmate thinking it would take up less space. Once I hooked it up I realized it took just about the same and if I chose to hang it off the A/C vents the hooks were so long that it would just look too far out. You have to use a little bit of force to remove the unit of the cradle (I don't want it stolen again) which normally ends up moving the mount off place. The suction cup however is very strong.
The Starmate seems to have worse wireless FM as I get almost no signal into my car's factory radio. I went to a local professional to have the FM antenna cable routed outside and next to my car antenna to see if that improved things but no luck. By the way, I had to figure out that cable was an FM antenna because strangely enough it wasn't in any of the diagrams or the list of parts included in the box. I just ordered the FM Direct Adapter from Amazon which is how I ended up here. Hopefully that will improve things.
One final complaint I have is that I miss the classic tuner knob. I thought buttons would be cooler but they are so hard to push that I end up moving the mount off place.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By media fan on November 1, 2007
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I bought the Starmate 4 to repalce an older, larger unit. I had heard that the FM transmitter on the newer Starmates and Sportsters were useless (and that turned out to be true), but that didn't really matter to me because I hook it up directly to my car stereo via an aux input. However, I noticed right away after setup that the fidelity from the Starmate 4 wasn't as good-- it sounded tinny and lacking in bass. Thinking it was just my imagination, I then compared the sound from the Starmate 4, alternating with my car's FM radio and CD player, and then with my older Sirius unit-- and the Starmate 4 sounded lousy compared to all of them. Almost like an old transistor radio in comparison. Don't know about the new Sportster 4, so I am going back to an original Sportser or Replay, which on second thought isn't a whole lot bulkier.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Nicholson on December 3, 2008
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I purchased this unit as a replacement for a Sportster 5 Sirius Satellite radio that recently ceased functioning.

This unit is smaller, more compact and in fact, more attractive than the Sportster 5.

It has all the features I want on a Satellite radio, that being a fully functioning remote, 44 minutes of replay, game day alert (will automatically tune in your favorite sports teams broadcasts) and save your favorite songs into memory (you can program this unit to alert you to when any of up to 20 favorite songs are being played on any of the 100+ channels of commercial free music.

About the only negative on this unit is that the screen is somewhat smaller, making it a little more difficult to read than my old unit, however this is not a major detraction from this otherwise well made product.

Conclusion:
If you love satellite radio and the variety that Sirius provides in music, news, sports etc. then this is a unit that offers a lot towards fulfilling your car radio needs.
5 Stars.

Ray Nicholson
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Howard Fan on May 12, 2007
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I purchased this as an upgrade from my Starmate 3 receiver. UGH! I am really disapointed in the unit. It's good for home use, where it can be connected to a stereo, and have not FM reception problems.

But, the FM reception is TERRIBLE in my cars...I agree 100% with the other person who talked about direct connection option, as I think that's the only way to get clear reception from this unit. Sirius added an extra FM Modulator to the unit, to try to improve the reception, but in my opinion, it's useless!

I LOVED my Starmate 3, and now, I only wish I still had that unit. I had heard from Sirius customer service people that they had to lower the frequency strength in the new Starmate 4 and new units to meed FCC regulations... what a shame, as it makes listening to the radio a drag sometimes....

Bottom line, the unit is Okay, but I only can hope the Starmate 5 will be a better unit than the 4....
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