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Old 02-16-2011
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Ive had sirius for 5 years, i love it. i can listen to anything i want when ever i want, and never loose my radio station. drove from SD to Texas and all was good. sure longer bridges it cut out, but all in all its fantastic.
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not sure if this is important to you but XM has all MLB games and sirius has the NFL
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I had sirius for about a year. Then I canceled it. It was kinda cool but the stations played the SAME songs over and over and over. I figured that the free radio does that anyway so why pay for it?
None of the channels i listen to repeat anything very often. You must have listened to the hits channel that is designed to repeat the top 20 or 40?
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None of the channels i listen to repeat anything very often. You must have listened to the hits channel that is designed to repeat the top 20 or 40?
I might have. I don't remember. I still think it's a waste of money. Why pay to listen to something you can get for free?
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Well where i live(Not Hawaii, I normally live in Oregon) Theres only 3 radio stations. No hits channels. So sirius is awesome. And when you travel and have to keep switching to stations in new areas? I dont lol And its paid for itself in my opinion. Get the lifetime if its still available.
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Sirius if you're a Howard Stern fan.
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I have sirius. Started with the free trial with a new vehicle.

I recently got a free radio from sirius and installed it into my 2nd car. I listen to it all the time now. The biggest advantage is very limited commercial and DJ brakes. I have about 6 station I flip between but usually only 2 to 3.

I let the GF borrow the portable setup I made and now she is thinking about getting sirius.
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