Well, that explains it then I guess, although the handful of results on Google are more about getting bad or no reception, as opposed to getting reception but having crummy audio quality. Either way I hadn't planned on renewing it after the trial - I already have plenty of music and stuff on my i-devices. Nice to know I'm not crazy though.
Last edited by arothman; 02-04-2013 at 04:23 PM.
Not buying that explination, my caddy gets all the stations in very clear, parked next to the V. Bose stereo, but our crackling at low volume should not be considered normal. XM should be held accountable for the problem be it the antenna or the spec s on the radio.
With a little research on Google, you can determine the XM repeater locations/signal strength by city locale. I've done that for my vicinity in the past, but I didn't bookmark the link that would enable me to pass it on to y'all.
Last edited by Curmudgeon; 02-04-2013 at 10:33 PM.
I'v ehad Sirius for over 5 years and had to switch to XM with the V. Not only more signal drops but it costs me more to upgrade to 'premium' service to get Howard Stern. Now over $200/mo for a worse signal and more drops. Really? I want my Sirius back!