Sirius Sportster is a radio used to play Sirius satellite radio in your car, home, office, or anywhere else. It has a color, easy to navigate display and connects through the radio or speakers of other devices.
Yes, the Sirius Sportster 5 will work well in the Florida Keys
Yes, the Sirius Sportster 5 can pick up XM signals
The Sirius sportster boombox has great speakers and can be played loudly. The speakers have a volume button to adjust sound. To check out the boombox, visit http://reviews.cnet.com/home-entertainment/sirius-sportster-boombox-sp/4505-6449_7-31452276.html
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Yes, you can use the Sportster 5 in Canada and North America.
One can purchase a Sirius Sportster Replay Radio from their official website or store, where they can be contacted either by email or by phone number.
The Sirius Sportster 5 is near CD quality. This means that the sound is close but due to compression of much of Sirius' programming, distortion is inevitable when transmitted through the receiver.
One can purchase a Sirius Sportster 4 from a number of different retailers. One can purchase this product online at Amazon, eBay or the SiriusXM official website.
A 5 Watt amp powers the 4" inch integrated speakers. Distortion is estimated at 0.3% @ 1 Watt frequency response.
No they are usually a lot more expensive than $10. As you can see for example below on Amazon, the cheapest available cost at least $78.99 and the most expensive are $349.99. http://www.amazon.com/Sirius-Satellite-Radio-SPB1-Sportster/dp/B00065HLYM
Harry Potter and The Order of The Pheonix, after Sirius dies, it breaks after he realises it was from sirius and he could have used it to check where sirius was and avert his death.
No. Sirius B is a white dwarf. It is the remnant of a star that used up its supply of hydrogen.