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Old     (tlatoani)      Join Date: Oct 2007       06-05-2008, 12:11 PM Reply   
Ok, after the last few trips of having my mom and my kids all on the boat, I've decided that my selection of songs on my ipod just isn't going to cut it. Mom likes older music. I still can't figure out at what age people stop liking any new music that comes out. It seems to happen to everyone at some point-I am dreading the day it happens to me :P

Anyway, I'm thinking adding sirius may be a big help. Plus, I can listen to some NFL games this fall. Any tips or suggestions? I have this stereo:
http://www.lafayetteradio.com/html/details.asp?search=1596

I also have a WS420 EQ, so I could just run something like a stiletto to the aux in. This would make it easier to change channels since my wired remote doesn't have a display, but it has a bit of a downside: no charging of the sirius unit, and one more volume control to mess with. Plus I'd need to mount it, but that's not a huge deal.

The other option is buying the kenwood parts. This would let me deck do everything, which appeals to my sense of neatness. However, the subscription is stuck in the boat then, which kind of sucks.

The portable units like the stiletto are really appealing to me for some reason. I guess not needing a dock in every vehicle seems kind of nice.

Any advice appreciated-this is all new to me.
thanks!

(Message edited by tlatoani on June 05, 2008)

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