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04-03-2012 10:46 AM
tjt94 I use an old SkyfiII portable unit. That way I can move the radio from my Jeep to my motorcycle without having multiple subscriptions. The Roady's are good units too. Actually, most of the portable units are very good.
04-03-2012 10:31 AM
I C I have a built in in my JKU which I prefer to an aftermarket as it is in dash without hassle of removing it as it could easily be stolen, but I really miss the capability of the aftermarket Stiletto I had previously only because it had the capability to record programming and you can pause which is very convenient when at the gas station or a quick stop and then climb back in and continue listening - to Howard Stern, of course.
Therefore, get one that has the pause/recording capability. Like the Stiletto.
04-03-2012 10:02 AM
Aftermarket SIRIUS radio

For those who have already installed one of these, I'm trying to see what is the best (not necessarily cheapest) option to getting satellite radio in my 07 JK. Part of me says if I'm going to do it, just replace the head unit so it's set in the vehicle... but maybe there are portable car players that work just as well?

Any thoughts/recommendations would be appreciated!


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