One of the most popular satellite receivers since it was released, the Delphi SKYFi can be used in the car using the vehicle kit and if you insert in the SKYFi Boombox you can take the receiver with you whereever you go.
The SKYFi requires use of an XM Radio subscription, but then again… you’re probably a geek so you knew that!
Step into the future of radio with the Delphi XM SKYFi radio receiver, which connects to the XM satellite radio network and over 100 channels of programming. You’ll get crystal-clear reception, whether at home or on the road, thanks to XM’s powerful satellites and vast network of repeater stations throughout the continental U.S. With the SKYFi vehicle kit, the SKYFi radio receiver is easy to set up for satellite transmission through your car stereo. Note that the SKYFi radio receiver requires a monthly subscription, as well as either the separately available home or car connection kit to receive XM radio signals.
The sleek, compact SKYFi radio receiver features a large orangish-red 5-line display (with adjustable font size) that displays song title, artist, channel category, and channel name/number information. It has control buttons for on/off, saving song information to memory, and preset programming (up to 20 presets), as well as a scroll wheel that enables you to quickly search through the channel categories and stations. The SKYFi radio receiver also comes with a remote control with the same control buttons as well as an audio mute control. The remote control uses a 3-volt CR2032 lithium battery, available at most retailers that carry electronic products.
The SKYFi radio receiver inserts neatly into the SKYFi Boombox for satellite radio wherever you want to take it. You can listen to one station while previewing program information on up to five other channels. Additionally, you can save the song and artist information displayed on the SKYFi radio receiver to help you remember your favorite songs when you hit the CD store. The line-out level control adjusts the audio level if it is too high, causing distortion, or too low for your car.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)