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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