Portable XM Satellite Radio

The Delphi XM MyFi Satellite Radio is billed as “the world’s first XM2go receiver – a personal XM satellite radio”. The $350 price tag includes a home kit, car kit and headphones. It has a “Live Mode” that receives over 130 digital XM channels and a “Memory Mode” that can store up to 5 hours (recordeed live or scheduled to record when the system is not in use).

Cool. I like the idea of not being tied down to a home receiver. I’m not entirely sure that I listen to that much radio to warrant a subscription, though. Then again, maybe if I had the subscription I would.

Anyone have XM radio experiences/impressions they’d like to share?

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  1. I saw this last night, and think this is probably the way I would go if I was going to get XM. Kevin has experience with one of these and he seems to like it alot. I also don’t think you can call XM radio in the traditional sense. There is so much content from audio books to pure music channels. Plus its got that whole record to a HD thing going for it. Now I need to check to see if I can upload MP3s to it from my collection – if so I think I found a replacement for my Rio Karma…

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