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SiriusXM Satellite Radio XEZ1V1 Onyx EZ Satellite Radio with Vehicle Kit – Black

SiriusXM Satellite Radio XEZ1V1 Onyx EZ Satellite Radio with Vehicle Kit – Black


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SiriusXM Satellite Radio XEZ1V1 Onyx EZ Satellite Radio with Vehicle Kit - Black

SiriusXM Satellite Radio XEZ1V1 Onyx EZ Satellite Radio with Vehicle Kit - Black
  • Subscription sold separately by SiriusXM.
  • Hear SiriusXM through your existing vehicle stereo with easy, do-it-yourself installation.
  • Easy-to-read blue display allows you to view artist name, song or program title and channel information at the same time.
  • Listen at home, at the office, outdoors or in multiple vehicles with optional accessory kits - all with just one subscription.
  • Browse what's playing on other channels while listening to the current one.
You don't need bells & whistles to bring your drive alive. The Onyx EZ makes satellite radio simple to install, use and enjoy so you can focus on the best part -listening.

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  1. 88 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    XM at home or in any vehicle, December 17, 2013
    By 
    Joanna Daneman (USA) –
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    This review is from: SiriusXM Satellite Radio XEZ1V1 Onyx EZ Satellite Radio with Vehicle Kit – Black (Electronics)
    If you have a subscription to SiriusXM in your car or if you want to listen at home, this is a small unit that picks up satellite radio and plays it through any radio.

    1. I play this through a home stereo CD/radio through the auxiliary port. This is an outlet on the back of most stereo systems. Simply connect the cable from this port to the Onxy and select “AUX” to hear satellite stations through your stereo system. You will be controlling the choice of stations on the Onxy unit.

    2. If you don’t have satellite radio installed in your vehicle, or if you want to share one subscription between two vehicles, you can mount a magnetic antenna on the outside of the car, and play this by connected through the 12v DC “cigarette lighter” outlet in the car or if your car has an “aux” connector to its stereo system, you can use that.

    This radio comes in two “flavors”–home kit and car kit. If you want both, you’d have to buy an accessory kit to add home or auto capability to whatever choice you make.

    You need a subscription to XMSirius. If you have a subscription for your car, you can add an additional radio for home use. It’s an extra subscription charge to also play over the internet on your computer. If you prefer, you could use an internet subscription and play via your Kindle, tablet, phone over Wifi rather than using a radio and a stereo system.

    Downsides:

    Not easy to change channels in the car, even with presets on the buttons.

    If you are using the FM broadcasting method to pick the radio up in your stereo, it’s a bit weak in terms of signal.
    You have to be right next to the radio and sometimes the “blank” channel you choose will become a broadcast channel as you travel down the road. You may need to change FM frequencies as you move along. When I was using this in an older vehicle that didn’t have built-in SiriusXM, I ended up setting several blank presets on my radio so I could switch as needed on long trips.

    You need to have the antenna looking up at the southern sky; my office has no windows and the front office is a northern exposure; to use this, I’d have to install an outside antenna and either route in some coax cable through the ceiling to my office or use a repeater (wireless broadcaster) from the room accessible to the outside for the antenna.

    Summary:

    If you already subscribe via your automobile, you may find that the additional internet subscription is a far less expensive option for adding home listening. If you have no satellite radio in your car, this is one way to add satellite reception, but the controls on the radio are somewhat small and inconvenient for use while driving. You still need a subscription to get this to work, and may have to add it to an existing subscription.

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  2. 212 of 229 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Buyer Beware!!!!!!! Read this before you purchase!!, January 1, 2014
    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: SiriusXM Satellite Radio XEZ1V1 Onyx EZ Satellite Radio with Vehicle Kit – Black (Electronics)
    This radio is great, and a welcome replacement from my aging Starmate replay. The problem is that this radio is NOT a Sirius receiver, it is an XM. By activating this receiver to my existing Sirius account (for a $15 activation fee), I lost channels that I already had with my Sirius subscription (Howard Stern, Nascar, Ect.). After an hour wasted wasted with an “account specialist”, they told me that XM didn’t offer the same package that I had with Sirius BUT they would be happy to “upgrade” my account to their “all access” plan for an additional $3 a month to get back the channels that I was already receiving for a cheaper monthly rate. Absolutely ridiculous! If I had known this Prior to purchasing this radio, I never would have. Don’t make the same mistake that I did, if you are already a Sirius subscriber. The problem in my instance was not the Onyx at all, it is SiriusXM extorting their services in a sleazy way.

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  3. 53 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little radio, some annoyances, February 18, 2014
    By 
    The Haynals (Central PA) –

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    This review is from: SiriusXM Satellite Radio XEZ1V1 Onyx EZ Satellite Radio with Vehicle Kit – Black (Electronics)
    I was getting increasingly fed up with normal radio in the car (and spoiled by my husband’s built-in Sirius car radio), so I decided to get this to hold me over until I get a new car with it built in. Overall, it has some really great features and I am happy with this as a temporary fix.

    Pros:
    *Options for attachment, either to your heat vent or on your dash
    *Display screen shows all the good info: station number, station name, song title, artist
    *You can see what is actually playing on other stations as you browse through the list
    *Plenty of programmable buttons for your favorite stations (and you can also manually enter the number of the station you want)
    *Can change brightness level of the screen to your preference
    *Access to any genre of music you could want and more. Sirius stations are so much more themed and you also don’t have to listen to all the ads on normal radio stations.
    *Uses your car’s built in knobs for volume and power. (And you can adjust the volume levels on this radio to match up to your car’s levels so it isn’t drastically different when you switch between car stereo and this radio.)
    *Easily removable from it’s cradle, so you can take it out when your car is serviced or left unattended.

    Cons:
    *Vent clip isn’t the best- when clipped on the driver’s vent it gets in the way, and when clipped on the passenger vent it tilts towards the passenger seat so it is hard to read unless you tilt it towards you each time.
    *Somewhat difficult to type in manual numbers while driving because the buttons are so small and close together (I suggest making good use of the programmable buttons)
    *Wires, wires, wires… they are somewhat hard to get under control (I used some twist ties and slip the majority of the bundle in between the passenger seat and the middle arm rest/console, but I am still afraid they are going to get accidentally yanked and break the radio/vent clip)

    NOTE: You do have to actually buy a subscription to SiriusXM radio. This radio does not automatically come with it.

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