chastulsa said:I just added Sirius to the car. I cant beleive I didnt do it earlier. I hope Dish has a monthly discount plan with them. I cant wait to get it in the home!! Just wanted to toss my spin.
Scott Greczkowski said:I have XM now, but have been thinking of getting Sirius too. I m waiting for Dish to get it so I can see if I like their programming, and if I do I will probably pick one up.
That's exactly what Serius wants you to do.Scott Greczkowski said:I have XM now, but have been thinking of getting Sirius too. I m waiting for Dish to get it so I can see if I like their programming, and if I do I will probably pick one up.
sblasl said:Wish they had chosen XM. Format selection & programming is far superior!
justalurker said:That's exactly what Serius wants you to do.
I think this is an excellent bit of marketing. It is a win for E* AT120 customers who will soon have 61 channels of music instead of 32 (albeit hosted, but still no commercials). A help to AT180 and AEP subs who will get the same in place of their 32 CD and 19 mono channels. And as customers grow to enjoy the music it will be their choice for car or portable use.
The kicker is the non-music channels that appear to be on their way as well.
And just one month to go ...
For those who want the link, extract the file in the attached and run using Windows Media Player.DougE said:That's right, Scott posted a link here where we can receive the Sirius stations on our computer without the 20 minute stops. I am listening at this very moment.
cdru said:For those who want the link, extract the file in the attached and run using Windows Media Player.
kschorz said:I can't connect to Sirius on the Internet any longer with the file you posted.
Is it them or me? I hope this isn't gone and just a temp thing.
D* seems to be doing better than E* overall (not in some specific areas, such as number of available locals markets, international channels, and available bandwidth for more content - but overall as in number of subscribers).JimBanville said:XM has a slightly better chance of surviving - they have like 5 to 6 times the number of subscribers since they got off the ground earlier than Sirius.
AcuraCL said:It looked that way to me too when I perused the channel listings for each service.
I am one of those freaks that actually likes the Muzak service we have now. I like the 70s stuff, New Age, and Big Band especially ... and listen occasionally to a bunch more (the light jazz, jukebox, blues, classical, acoustical, etc.).