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Sound cutting out

Discussion in 'Sirius XM General Discussion' started by seern, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. seern

    seern Active Member

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    I was wondering if anyone else has noticed that the sound cuts out at random points for maybe a second. I hear this on both the home and car receivers. I am listening to XM76.
     
  2. SeaBeagle

    SeaBeagle Legend

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    When I had satellite radio this was back when XM and Sirius were 2 different companies.

    Anyway when I drove on a road lined with big trees the signal would become lost and the audio would drop at that point.

    At home if I had the aerial in the wrong place the sound/signal did the same thing.

    So the above might be why you are experiencing this.

    I do not miss those days.
     
  3. paja

    paja Godfather

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    I listen to XM mostly in my car and have not experienced that. I'm in the Chicago area.
     
  4. vaderx

    vaderx New Member

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    My xm in my vehicle is doing the same thing for about 2 weeks now. I thought the antenna was going bad. I bought a new one but haven't installed it yet.
     
  5. seern

    seern Active Member

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    Since it is happening on both the home and car receivers, not antenna related.
     
  6. killerko

    killerko Cool Member

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    Currently visiting son's condo in Tampa & noticed the same thing. Using an XM plug & play & thought that the signal was dropping. Not so. No satellite signal but terrestrial is pegged. No problems in car.
     
  7. celt4

    celt4 New Member

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    I live in western IL and have this problem with both cars and home receivers with my Delphi SkyFi2. I have not had this problem previously, so do not think it is an equipment problem. Probably need to contact Sirius/XM for an explanation. :(
     

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