Switching from Sirius to XM

Discussion in 'SiriusXM Soundwave Cafe' started by acastleinthesky, Nov 12, 2008.

  1. acastleinthesky

    acastleinthesky New Member

    I've been knowing I would have to do this, when I get my new car it comes with 3 months free of XM and its built in. There were a few stations I was going to miss, which have been transfered over to XM now... As I compare the stations on my presets all 30 of them, only 4 will have to change. Thank God for sending Radio Margaritaville over to XM.

    I'm excited to get 90s on 9 as well.

    The only few that I will be missing are Iceberg 85, CBC World News, NASCAR, and NFL

    Granted I don't listen to these stations much, NFL and NASCAR more, but being an IRL fan I will pick up the IRL. I'm excited to listen to National Lampoons and have an additional todays country station even if it does have commercials.


    As much as people critizize it, it makes my switch to XM much MUCH easier and less of an issue
     
  2. comicexpressions

    comicexpressions New Member

    I wouldn't do it, I'm looking at going the other way but kinda waiting for dual-tuner radios and a chance to compare sound quality.

    Here's why - XM reception is terrible compared to Sirius!
     
  3. Jleimer

    Jleimer Active Member

    Dude you can get NASCAR and the NFL on the best of Sirius package for XM.
     
  4. nbflowers

    nbflowers New Member

    I want baseball...I realize its not baseball season, but there has been nothing as to whether MLB is going to be part of Sirius. I was hoping for at least the 24 hour baseball channel today. If there is no baseball, then I am going to XM.
     
  5. bwaldron

    bwaldron Member

    Well, that kinda depends upon your location (and in Sirius' case, also on time of day).
     
  6. acastleinthesky

    acastleinthesky New Member


    oh yeah thats right... well I don't spend much time listening to the NFL or NASCAR on the radio, so I'll prob not get it, but its always nice to have the score updates alert me
     

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