Stiletto 2 At Tss-radio

kryptonite

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Refurb SIRIUS Stiletto 2 Portable Receiver BSL2PK1

That price though.... ouch


It's a shame they stopped supporting these units. Then again, when the app came out, the writing was basically on the wall. (Plus, I could never get reception even off a repeater when listening via non-antenna headphones.)

Lack of ability to have it plugged in and listen via antenna headphones was also a killer.
 
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HecticArt

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I loved mine.
They are hard to come by these days, and I know people are willing to pay more for them.

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Vols44

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Open box receivers are cheaper. The annual garage sale had some really nice priced models. I bought (another) back because I love being able to record by night and listen at work each day. The love button has certainly lived up to it's nickname.
 
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blueneon36

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I still have my Stiletto 100 and Stiletto 2 collecting dust in the closet.

I wonder what I could get for them. I may still have the antenna headphones for the SL100 as well.

I wont part with my S50 though. I love that radio. As long as it keeps turning on, I wont sell it. :)