- Brand Name: Audiovox
- Model Number: CNP1000
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 90 Days
Audiovox CNP-1000 XM Satellite Radio Connect-and-Play Digital Antenna
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- Simple, elegant antenna/receiver delivers XM satellite radio
- Easy Connect-and-Play technology works with all XM-ready audio systems
- Connect the antenna, subscribe to XM Radio, and tune in your favorite programs
- Delivers more than 150 high-quality, XM satellite radio stations
- Measures 3.03 x 3.6 x 1.15 inches (W x D x H)
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The Connect-and-Play antenna is a fully integrated XM receiver and antenna combination and is the only component needed to provide the full XM experience through any XM-ready home or portable audio system. Simply look for the XM-ready logo on the front of your system, and you'll be ready to tap into XM's awesome programming. With this new technology, you can simply plug an XM Connect-and-Play home antenna into any XM-ready audio product and activate the service to receive XM's 150-plus digital radio channels.
The XM Connect-and-Play is primarily an integrated antenna that contains core elements of both an XM antenna and an XM receiver in one discreet package. Supporting the antenna is a new technology platform, which creates a low-cost, standard interface for playing XM through a variety of consumer electronics products. Both elements make for an inexpensive and easy way to get XM through home and portable entertainment products.
This device makes tuning into XM radio a breeze. Setting up the Connect-and-Play antenna is easy and straightforward. You simply connect the antenna to an XM-ready system, and the CNP1000 receives the XM signal, processes it, and delivers crisp, clean digital audio to your stereo system. There is nothing else to do or buy!
For more information about XM Radio digital-quality sound, coast-to-coast coverage, and more than 150 channels of satellite radio entertainment, visit the XM Radio web site.
What's in the Box
CNP1000 antenna receiver, built-in cable, installation instructions, and user's manual.
Top Customer Reviews
No local retailers support XMS. I bought a Yamaha RX-797 receiver that was XMS ready. However, I was unable to buy this unit in Alaska (and many other online retailers refused to ship it to me here).
So, I ordered it from Amazon. The unit from Amazon arrived, I hooked it up, pointed it southeast (through a wall) and immediately got XMS Preview. The signal is clear as a bell.
I am a happy man!
I think 70-100$ is a ripoff but oh well.....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have not been able to get a good signal with this devise. It appears to be older technology. Even after significant time with SirusXM, poor quality on all non-talk stations.Published 17 months ago by WCHRISB
Received the item promptly, at a fair priceAudiovox CNP-1000 XM Satellite Radio Connect-and-Play Digital AntennaPublished 18 months ago by Jacques Deschamps
I used this thing on my Samsung surround sound system and it worked like a dream. I placed in my South facing window (ample length on the cord) and voila! Read morePublished on December 30, 2008 by E. Jones
This antenna is very "directional." Despite the way it is advertised, it needs to be pointed toward the Western sky with no obstructions (its ok through a glass window). Read morePublished on May 11, 2007 by Mr. Midnight
This is the only unit that will work with 2ndary purchases, ie sony, pioneer, that are xm ready. Every place was sold out and I bought for $36 when all sold out places were $50. Read morePublished on August 23, 2006 by Tiffany Vanvolkenburg