Sirius Conductor in car

pboyle8

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I own a Sirius Conductor and use it exclusively in my house. We are going to take a trip I I thought it would be great to bring along in the car. I can figure out how to connect the RCA cables, the antenna, but I am stumped by the power source. I can use an inverter and also thought about an IGo tip, but can't locate the right tip. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
 

TSS Taylor

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I own a Sirius Conductor and use it exclusively in my house. We are going to take a trip I I thought it would be great to bring along in the car. I can figure out how to connect the RCA cables, the antenna, but I am stumped by the power source. I can use an inverter and also thought about an IGo tip, but can't locate the right tip. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I always wanted to try this but didn't. It uses 5 Volt Power so you can use this 5 Volt for the car.