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#1 OFFLINE   alv

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Posted 26 August 2002 - 06:39 AM

While I love the XM stations, I get dropouts more often than I would have expected or like - mostly in wooded areas around boston. I have a Terk (XM2?). Are there better antennas out there? Will I have less problems in the winter?

Thanks for any help

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#2 OFFLINE   BuggyBoyWA

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Posted 28 August 2002 - 12:00 AM

The Terk TRK-SR20S works great on my car! ;)
Of course, this is a Sirius antenna!

Anyway, enough teasing... You will probably have amplified problems come winter. Snow and rain will make foliage harder to get a signal through than leaves/plants without it.
Sirius... the real satellite radio.




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