Highway Radio Listening

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by teem, Nov 26, 2005.

  1. teem

    teem Guest

    God,Just got back from K.C. Missouri,I live near Akon
    Ohio-Those stations suck!,the strong ones are the country ones!Saturn
    radios dont pull in any signal.When it does,it lasts for 1,or 2
    songs,I like oldies stations.
    teem, Nov 26, 2005
  2. teem

    fish Guest

    teem sez...
    Perhaps it's the broadcast strength and not your antenna?

    I live in a small town between Philadelphia and New York.
    While I pick up mostly Philadelphia stations, I do manage to pick up a few
    New York stations and depending on situations, it comes in clearly or barely
    at all.
    The only true test is to take another type of car for a test drive and see
    for yourself.

    Myself, I picked up a copy of Consumer Reports - Preview 2006.

    While they do measure allot of things, one thing they do not measure is
    radio broadcast reception.
    fish, Nov 27, 2005
  3. teem

    marx404 Guest

    May I suggest adding on an XM or Siruis sattelite radio? WallyMart has them
    on sale cheap. Having CD quality sound, over 100 stations and nearly no
    commercials is worth every penny IMHO.

    marx404, Nov 27, 2005
  4. teem

    teem Guest

    Naw,i get a kick on how the country stations come in the
    strongest,even movin' on down the road.I have a question on these
    Sirius radios,How can one listen to 1 station ,when theres a large
    selection to choose from?.It's like having cable at home & having 100+
    teem, Nov 30, 2005
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