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Delphi SA10085 Roady2 satellite radio receiver. Built-in Wireless XM Universal Audio Adaptor- Transmits XM to one of 12 FM frequencies. Tune Select - Finds your favorite songs. Mini-Micro Antenna - The smallest satellite antenna available; allows for low-profile installation.
Amazon.com Product Description Delphi's compact SA10085 Roady2 XM satellite radio is, on average, four times smaller than competing plug-and-play models. While 30 percent thinner and 40 percent lighter than the original Roady, the Roady2 features the smallest satellite-radio antenna available, together with a built-in wireless FM transmitter for easy setup and reception in any vehicle. Just tune your car's radio to any of the unit's 12 FM frequencies and sit back to enjoy XM Radio's 67 commercial-free music channels; 63 channels of sports, talk, comedy, children's, and entertainment programming; and more than 21 channels of advanced traffic and weather information for major U.S. metropolitan areas.
Roady2 offers a convenient scroll wheel, 30 channel presets, and 10 direct-entry buttons. The two-line display offers artist, track, and channel information, and it has seven selectable background colors to achieve the look that suits your style: red, night blue, green, pink, purple, sky blue, and orange. TuneSelect will alert you when a favorite song starts playing on another channel, and the unit's versatile mounting options consist of a vent mount, swivel mount, or Velcro.
Additionally, Roady2 is the first satellite-radio receiver capable of displaying up to 20 customized stock quotes while playing any of XM's 150 digital radio channels. The influential "i"PC Magazine gives the Roady2 five stars, calling it a "brilliant device" and naming it an Editor's Choice. The magazine praises the Roady2 for its small size and rich features.
The ticker keeps track of up to 20 of your favorite stocks while you listen to your favorite music, news, sports, and talk channels. Stock data is provided by Comstock, Inc.; stock and market index information is delayed by approximately 25 minutes.
Broadcasting live daily from studios in Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Nashville, Tennessee, at the Country Music Hall of Fame, XM Satellite Radio's 2004 lineup includes channels offering music from hip-hop to opera, classical to country, and bluegrass to blues.
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A Roady2 receiver with built-in wireless FM modulator (no cassette player required), a mini-micro antenna, mounting accessories, a cigarette-lighter DC power adapter, a vent-mount adapter, a cassette audio adapter (for optional cassette-player connection), three decorative faceplates, an XM channel guide, a quick-start guide, and a user's manual.