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Audiovox XMCK30PXM Xpress-RC Receiver
Plug-and-play XM satellite radio with split screen color display
Includes car accessories: docking station, DC power adapter, roof-mount antenna, and cassette adapter
Pause and replay up to 60 minutes of programming; 10 channel presets
Large split screen display shows channel, artist, and song information: up to 4 channels simultaneously
TuneSelect alerts you when songs or artists you've saved are playing; Game Select alerts you when your favorite sports teams are playing
Now you can enjoy XM Satellite Radio in living color with the XMCK30P XpressRC plug-and-play radio by Audiovox. Its adjustable color screen offers improved clarity and brightness, so it's easier to keep track of XM's great programming.The XpressRC's split-screen display provides a real-time programming guide, allowing you to see what's on the channel that's currently playing, as well as on three other channels. TuneSelect¿ alerts you when your favorite songs or artists are playing on another channel, while GameSelect lets you know when your favorite sports events are on the air.The XpressRC automatically saves the last 60 minutes of programming, so you can pause and replay music, sports, and talk shows without missing a beat. You can even save your 10 favorite songs to listen to later. The XMCK30P includes a car docking station, DC power adapter, roof-mount antenna, and cassette adapter but you'll need an optional FM modulator if your car stereo doesn't have an auxiliary input or cassette deck. Audiovox also offers a universal home kit and a portable powered speaker system that let you enjoy XM in any environment. Note: You must subscribe to XM Satellite Radio to receive the satellite radio signal.
|Product Length:||8.27 inches|
|Product Width:||2.56 inches|
|Product Height:||9.8 inches|
|Product Weight:||2.3 pounds|
|Package Length:||9.8 inches|
|Package Width:||8.3 inches|
|Package Height:||2.7 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.7 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 55 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 55 customer reviews )
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14 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Piece of junk Jan 15, 2010
By David S. Mohler
I have been an XM Radio user for years. Got the XpressRC receiver at Best Buy to replace another older receiver, and the backlight failed within 3 months. Judging from blogs and review sites, many users are having this problem. Audiovox has no solution. So I add my one-star review to the fray. Don't buy this piece of junk.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Good sound, good looks, but... Dec 14, 2009
Been wanting XM for years and I'm not disappointed. This radio looks and sounds great. Sometimes the signal cuts out but maybe because the antenna is still on the dash. I'll have it professionally installed this week.
Out of the box there are a couple problems. Many logos are missing from the channel displays. For instance, I have the logos for music channels 40s, 50s and 60s, but not 70s 80s and 90s. Also the remote will not turn the unit on. It will turn it off. Strange stuff I cannot find any answers for on the web. Perhaps XM support or Audiovox will help me.
Update 1: Re:remote. Posted problem on site. Reply was to call Tech support. Called tech. Told me to replace remote battery. Did not fix. Asking what to do now.
Update2: Found on page 60 of user guide: When radio is in car cradle, remote will not turn it on. I guess this is a 'feature.' Tech support didn't know this.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Great Receiver Jul 02, 2009
Received this receiver just after lunch today, had it activated and set it in my new XMAS100 XM Compact Sound System. All I can say is I'm walking proof this radio can be operated by senior citizens. Easy to navigate through the steps of operation and also programming your favorites. The color screen just adds to its performance. I have already shown it and recommended it to two friends - they flipped out over it. Very nice!
8 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Audiovox XpressRCi Jan 13, 2010
By Alvin W. Jones II
I have been a XM subscriber since the service started and own a unit built into my Chevy truck and a SkiFi2 unit that is in my daily driver. I drive a lot, so the unit is on in my car for about 900 hours per year. I also have two home dock stations for listening in my home/pool/patio and the garage. I'm a satellite radio fan.
My wife bought me the XpressRCi unit as a gift, but there wasn't anything wrong with my current unit.
What I like about this unit:
- the split screen is very handy and I use it all the time to monitor my previous channel or other favorites
- the replay feature is greatly improved from my SkiFi2 and you can scroll backwards or forwards thru saved content.
- the song/artist saver feature is also handy
- all other performance aspects (signal, sound, etc.) are equal to my old unit
- the backlit Favorites buttons are easy to see at night.
What I don't like:
- the fonts on the top and bottom of the screen are very tiny. Almost illegible to my 48 yr old eyes.
- all buttons are very tiny and much harder to access than my previous unit. The SkiFi2 buttons are spaced farther apart and had raised bumps, so I could chose the Favorites button I needed without looking at the unit.
- the color screen doesn't do anything for me. In fact, I think it makes the small fonts hard to read at times.(particularly on split screen)
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Great until the backlight went out. Jul 03, 2010
By B. Fox
I bought this unit about a year and a half ago. I thought it was great until the backlight went out last week. Apparently this is a common problem. It still works but I can't see anything on the screen. It's very frustrating. I called Audiovox and they don't have a solution expect for me to send it in and pay $85 for repairing it. For the price, you would think that it would last longer then 16 months. So, I can't recommend buying this unit.
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