What XM radios have you have owned?

roscoryan

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To follow up on WolfViper's popular thread on the Sirius side...what XM radios have you owned over the years?

I've owned:


  1. SkyFi
  2. SkyFi2
  3. MyFi
  4. Roady2
  5. Inno

How about the rest of you?
 

Wolf

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Oct 11, 2008
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Thanks Ryan, I still have it and I have only own one unit from XM and that is the Audiovox Express and it currently not activated.
 

DAB

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Skyfi
Skyfi2
Roady2
RoadyXT
Jensen JRX9
Airware
Inno
ExpressRC*
Scion xb OEM* dealer installed tuner.

*Still Active

The rest were all sold to others.
 

MikeV

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How many XM Radios have I had... well, let's see if I can even remember them all... optional accessories in parentheses...

  1. Sony Plug-and-Play (home and car kits)
  2. Delphi SkyFi (2 home kits, boombox)
  3. Delphi Roady (cig lighter FM transmitter/power adapter)
  4. Delphi Roady2
  5. Delphi RoadyXT (home kit, car kit, Belkin boombox)
  6. Delphi MyFi
  7. Audiovox Xpress
  8. 3 x PCR, two of which I still own
  9. 2 x Pioneer Inno, one active (one Inno car kit)
  10. Samsung Nexus
  11. Audiovox CommanderMT
  12. 2 x Mini Tuner cradles (one for home theater, one for Timex clock radio)

And for all the mini tuner stuff at the bottom of the list, I have two mini tuner cartridges, though only one is active.

I think I got them all... :)
 
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Agent J

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In the order that they were purchased...

PIO GEX-FM903XM (2002)
SkyFi (2003)
SkyFi 2 (2003)
Roady (2004)
AirWare (active) (2005)
Inno v.1 (2006) (original 1.05 FW, scanning files of death error)
Inno v.1 (2007) (refurb, v 2.11, on the fritz)
Mini Tuner / Yamaha HTR (active) (2007)
 

Music_Rube

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1) Roady2
2) Xpress
3) MyFi
4) Inno (2 of them)
5) XpressRC

Of the five mentioned, only one Inno is currently active.

EDIT: Forgot to mention another one....I also had the Timex Clock Radio as an active radio back in the day.
 
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IdRatherBeSkiing

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My first was an Airware (still active).
My wife got a second Airware (still active)
When the headphone jack on my Airware went wonky, I got a Tao (still active).
XM Canada had a great deal on RoadyXTs so I got one for me and my dad. They came with 3 months free service. They then gave me a very good renewal rate for both. I used it in my old car. When we replaced the car that became inactive.
I have integrated XM radio in my new car. I tacked on the end of my remaining XM Canada sub onto the end of the 3 month free trial. Due to several screwups with that process, I wound up with 1 year taked on at the price of 7 months. (still active).
I have a Timex XM Clock Radio which has never been activated. I use it to listen to my XM and Sirius radios in my bedroom/office.
I got a XM Commander or some such cheap XM radio for its antenna. It was cheaper than the replacement antenna at the time. It has never been activated.