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Audiovox SIRCK1 Sirius Satellite Radio Car Dock with Built-In Wireless FM Transmitter
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- Car docking station for SIRPNP1 or SIRPNP2 Sirius radio with adhesive bracket and screw holes
- Connects to car stereo via RCA audio cable or built-in FM transmitter
- Base swivels for easy adjustment
- Magnetic antenna for your car roof or trunk
- Includes cigarette lighter DC power cord
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Mobile Docking kit for Audiovox SIRPNP1 or SIRPNP2 Sirius tuners. A built-in wireless FM-modulator allows for easy installation of Sirius Satellite Radio to any vehicle with an FM tuner. (Requires SIRPNP1 or SIRPNP2 tuner - sold separately)
Enjoy the freedom of Sirius satellite radio in your car with this easy-to-install dock with a built-in wireless FM transmitter. Compatible with the Audiovox SIRPNP1 or SIRPNP2 Sirius radio tuner, this docking station connects to your in-dash car stereo with the included RCA audio cable. If your car stereo doesn't have an audio connection, the FM transmitter can send the Sirius radio signal to one of four FM frequencies (88.1 MHz, 88.3 MHz, 88.5 MHz, or 88.7 MHz).
The base has a swivel ball for adjustment of the dock, and it can be mounted to your dash using the included adhesive strip or included screws. The antenna has a magnetic base that enables you to mount it on your car's roof or trunk; it connects to the docking cradle with a 20-foot antenna cable.
Sirius satellite radio is a subscription service that provides up to 100 channels of programming, from digital-quality music to news, talk, and sports.
What's in the Box
SIRCK1 cradle, base with adhesive pad, audio cable, vehicle antenna, DC (cigarette lighter) power adapter, screws and washers, and printed installation guide.
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So we get ready to take a vacation and guess what, we are travelinig through Wyoming and South Dakota. Yep, you read correctly. FM wasteland baby! I suffered a 6 hour drive without the car kit. Ordered it off of Amazon and had it overnighted to my hotel room. That's right; overnighted! The trip home was way more tolerable with my Sirius.
I didn't have any FM problems, but that's because those states don't have any FM stations worth listening to. ;)
Great adapter for those of us who bought early! I'm just really ticked off they don't make these kits adaptable to all models. Now these are becoming impossible to find.
You should note that you'll have a few wires sticking out everywhere, and it will look kind of cheap, but if you can get over that, it works well. It has a cradle, a mounting bracket that can stick to the dash, and a mini FM transmitter so you can listen to Sirius through your radio. The whole system works quite well and does the job as best as it can. It's easy to and simple to setup, so that should not be a problem. The sound quality is a little weak, but it does the job.
Besides looking kind of cheap, which is not the docking kits fault, there are two main problems. One is that the mount uses screws or adhesive. I'm not going to drill randomly into my car, so I used the adhesive. The adhesive works very well, but I worry that if I ever remove the mount, will it take chunks of my dash with it? I don't know, which would be really scary if I deeply cared for my car. The second problem is that there is no power supply for a wall socket. This means that if you don't fork over another fifty dollars, you'll have to do the setup in your car, while the car is running. This is truly cheap and annoying.
All in all, it works well for those on a budget or those not willing to commit fully to Sirius radio.
In my home town all of the FM slots are already filled and as you drive across town you need to look for an open channel to be able to hear the Audiovox satellite radio. And this also is a problem when I travel across the states.
Previous radios from other manufacturers have had cables with switches. This switch will remove the car's FM antenna from the radio and only the signal from the satellite radio gets into the car's radio. It is a pain for most people to connect this cable and would most likely be a professional install. But it keeps all the other broadcast stations from interfering with the satellite FM signal.
I'm also disappointed by the quality of the sound. The coding scheme seems to leave a lot to be desired. This is really noticed on the spoken word. The unit creates a lot of heat for something so small. The audio level coming out of the unit was too high for my cassette adapter. Even with the audio turned all the way down on the Audiovox it was still distorted on the cassette adapter. It took an aftermarket attenuator to bring the audio level down to a workable level.
I do like the display of the unit. It is rather easy to read and has a couple of scroll modes. And the Sirius customer service unit was very quick to activate my radio. The programming is good. While this radio has it faults I'm sure it will be better in the next generation of radios.
I didn't use the mounting kit, because I didn't want this permanently mounted to my car.
The SIR-PNP2 Receiver does run hot. This is an issue with the receiver, because it also runs hot with the SIRBB1 Portable Boombox. So far I haven't had any problems.
The Sirius service and channel lineup is great. The only place I have reception problems, is streets surrounded by trees and overpasses.
The unit comes with an Aux port hookup, but my stereo is the one that came with the car from the manufacturer (Toyota) and does not have an aux "in". You can get an FM attenuator installed by a professional that acts as a bypass to the FM antenna, but from all the reviews I've read on those - they still won't work as well as a direct hookup (tape or aux port).
I broke down and bought a tape adapter for $15 and now it sounds great!
I plugged supplied audio adapter into the FM output and it radiates enough signal to overcome most local staions. This radio is much superior to XM. I have XM in one vehicle and when sunscription expires I plan on getting a car docking module to replace XM. I am not a audiophile so I don't know all the artist. Sirus broadcast artist name as well as name of song.