Monday, October 10, 2005

PCMag.com Bill Howard Reviews the RoadyXT

Delphi XM Roady XT
REVIEW DATE: 09.28.05

By Bill Howard of PCMag.com

The Delphi XM Roady XT supplants the Roady2 as the smallest, simplest way to add satellite radio to your car. At 2.4 by 4.0 by 0.7 inches (HWD), the XT is one-quarter smaller than the Roady2 (which is now just $50). The Roady XT requires minimal setup: Put the tiny antenna on your car's dash or roof, plug in the power, and tune your car radio to one of the 100 frequencies transmitted by the XT's built-in FM modulator. There's even a line-out jack, should you want better sound. The Roady XT has a three-line display that can stream stock quotes and sports scores.

Buy it here!

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