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Converting an OEM XM radio to Sirius

Discussion in 'Sirius XM General Discussion' started by repoman75, Feb 2, 2008.

  1. repoman75

    repoman75 Legend

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    Ok, just bought a new Honda Pilot. Any idea on how to convert their XM radio to Sirius?
     
  2. Nick

    Nick Retired, part-time PITA DBSTalk Club

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    No can do -- sell it and buy a car with XM.
     
  3. deraz

    deraz Daydreamer DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Sirius currently only has a kit to convert GM vehicles. Hopefully others will be on the way. I would keep checking Sirius' website.
     
  4. deraz

    deraz Daydreamer DBSTalk Gold Club

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    ???????
    He already has a car with XM... he is looking to convert it to Sirius...
     
  5. Ken S

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    You may want to hold off and see what happens with the merger. You may not need to switch. If you want to do it now...give these guys a call. If it exists for Sirius they know about it.

    http://www.tss-radio.com
     
  6. aloishus27

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    I doubt there will be any merger. If there is it will cause a slippery slope that i doubt the FCC and SEC want to deal with.
     
  7. nhoJ

    nhoJ Mentor

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    There's a Honda/Acura converter. Like Ken said, check TSSradio.com
     
  8. kc1ih

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    You can always replace the factory radio with an aftermarket one that's Sirius compatible. Not the most elegant solution, but hey, it works.
     
  9. SDizzle

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    Check the above mentioned site, or call any local "specialty" car audio and video shop.....NOT Best Buy or Circuit City. I have converted a Sirius Kenwood deck to XM before, I'm sure there is an adapter to go the other way on a factory unit too.
     

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