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Audiovox CNP-1000 XM Satellite Radio Connect-and-Play Digital Antenna

3.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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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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Technical Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Brand Name: Audiovox
  • Model Number: CNP1000
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: 90 Days

Product Description

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Product Description

"The Connect & Play Integrated XM Tuner and Antenna, CNP-1000 combines the XM tuner and the XM antenna into one product allowing for a smaller, less expensive solution to allow you to add XM service. Now you can take one product, the CNP-1000 and add it to any home receiver that has the “XM Ready” logo. This is the least expensive hardware solution to get XM Satellite radio service (sold seperatly). It has the easiest installation, the CNP-1000 has a mini USB connector that plugs into the back of the “XM Ready” receiver. You must already have a home application product with “XM Ready” logo, then the- CNP-1000 - and finally XM Satellite Radio (sold seperatly) Note: This is not for use with XM ready car stereo head units. The first Home branded product that is compatible with the CNP-1000 is Yamaha. The following are a few Yamaha models that are compatable with the CNP1000 and are ""XM ready"": HTR5840, R5860,HTR5850, RXV45, RXV55, RXV65, and the RXV757.

Amazon.com

The Audiovox CNP1000 XM Satellite Radio Connect-and-Play Digital Antenna Receiver delivers a revolutionary technology platform -- Connect-and-Play -- designed to integrate XM into virtually any home or portable consumer electronics entertainment device. By matching XM Ready audio systems with this simple, elegant antenna/receiver, tuning into and listening to XM is now even easier for home audio listeners.

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.


Product Information

Product Packaging:Standard Packaging
Product Dimensions 7.9 x 5.4 x 2.2 inches
Item Weight 15.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 15.2 ounces
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B0009GE7G8
Item model number CNP1000
Customer Reviews
3.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #120,162 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#336 in Electronics > Car Electronics > Car Audio > Satellite Radio
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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XMS does not market the service in Alaska, too far north and west (plus Anchorage has a mountain range that creates a shadow). All the TV satellite dishes here point at the SE horizon.

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!
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By D. Gallo on December 14, 2005
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I bought this and a yamaha 5840 receiver and am very happy with how XM is integrated with the receiver. I would highly recomment this product if you listen to XM at home.
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The reception is great and the actual quality of the audio is fantastic.
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I have two of these antenna's. I have two different XM radios in my house and these antenn'a work great. In my location I didn't have to get to the South side of my house to get good reception. Great product at a great price.
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The item was shipped very quickly. The company also actually took the the time to call and let me know the item was shipped. I will definitely do business with this seller again!
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When I bought my Timex XM radio it clearly stated that it needed a separate antenna. What was NOT divulged was the it is nearly impossible to find one.....the Audiovox CNP1000 is (LIKE THE RADIO) out of production. Used/surpus units are skyrocketing in price, especially here. To quote Joey Trebiani, "SUPPOSABLY, the CNP2000 and 2000H will work also. Elmer Fudd would caution you to be "vewwy vewwy careful"....the Timex requires the CNP1000 with the "D" shaped connector, not the round connector found almost universally...... SO....buy and stockpile as many of these as you can....i'm looking for a second one so I can move my radio from cabin to home easily.
I think 70-100$ is a ripoff but oh well.....
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