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Old 05-31-2005, 03:07 PM   #15
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We can vouch for the value of the Cobra CB (handset). Easy to install, no dash space needed, antenna removes and caps with a half twist, gives NOAA weather, scans and has signal boost/filter. Not enough for serious CB types, perhaps, but for our amount of use it is just right (traffic advice, Wx, travel companions).
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Old 05-31-2005, 03:52 PM   #16
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Just found out via the XM website that XM's commercial free channels are now available (with a regular subscription) as streaming audio over the internet, at no extra cost. You do have to sign up for the service (also free). TOO COOL.



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Old 05-31-2005, 05:39 PM   #17
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I want it built in. Like AM and FM and WB are built into the radio in my wife's car. Can this be had? I don't need another gadget to carry around and worry about someone stealing from the truck.
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I sort of have it built in. My radio is XM ready or will accept XM directly through it from a plug in the back. Next I built a mount in my console that makes the XM reciever appear to be built in. However, since I do not have a remote for it and it is a long reach to anywhere from my driver's seat, I hid a catch and a very long cord so I can release it and change channels while cruising down the by-ways.
Yes XM will now strteam on your computer for no extra charge.
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