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The 'rwenzing' of satellite radio?!

Bob, consider this payback for the 'thousand cool points' bit!

I recently discovered that yes, the Internet does have a forum for just about everything. I recently have been stressing over trying to find the perfect Sirius set for my very picky GF. Well in my search for dirt on varrious models I found a site called siriusbackstage.com. I think it might actually be run by Sirius itself, but it's kind of a fan page. There is some decent info about individual receiver models. At any rate, in my searches I came across a guy that goes by 'ekeefe'. I very quickly discovered that like your friend 'rwenzing', he seems to be quite a inquizitive guy and has done several very interesting .. 'projects' w/ his satellite radio sets. Reading his posts I instantly thought of Bob.

He links some stuff to a similar site for XM people. Looks like he started there and just moved to Sirius stuff. One link (I can't find it now) showed a home-brew, rackmount XM receiver he built. Very cool stuff.

At any rate, enjoy..
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Bob, consider this payback for the 'thousand cool points' bit!

I recently discovered that yes, the Internet does have a forum for just about everything. I recently have been stressing over trying to find the perfect Sirius set for my very picky GF. Well in my search for dirt on varrious models I found a site called siriusbackstage.com. I think it might actually be run by Sirius itself, but it's kind of a fan page. There is some decent info about individual receiver models. At any rate, in my searches I came across a guy that goes by 'ekeefe'. I very quickly discovered that like your friend 'rwenzing', he seems to be quite a inquizitive guy and has done several very interesting .. 'projects' w/ his satellite radio sets. Reading his posts I instantly thought of Bob.
Sounds like a real sick-o. Personally, I don't understand all that electronic voodoo. Wish I did, though.
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Sounds like a real sick-o. Personally, I don't understand all that electronic voodoo. Wish I did, though.

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

A whole site devoted to satellite radio...what nerds lol
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A whole site devoted to satellite radio...what nerds lol
Talking about a whole site dedicated to satelite radio on a site dedicated to the Ford Ranger...what nerds...
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Talking about a whole site dedicated to satelite radio on a site dedicated to the Ford Ranger...what nerds...
and at that, a user with a mustang on a Ranger site? go firgure....
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i would SO be down for sat. radio if it wasnt for the monthly charge...i think thats the crappy part
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and at that, a user with a mustang on a Ranger site? go firgure....
and at that, a user with a Mazda on a Ranger site? go figure....
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and at that, a user with a Mazda on a Ranger site? go figure....

and at that......ummm......u're not even in America!!!!!! haha
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and at that, a user with a mustang on a Ranger site? go firgure....
Hey, me and swoop are both past ranger owners thank you very much!! Thats why were here!
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