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    1. Senior Member Dan J Reed's Avatar
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      11-02-2005 11:25 AM #1
      Unsure about the whole thing, don't know XM from AM, or are you not so serious about Sirius, check out this great link - with info on a basic install and videos. HOW STUFF WORKS LINK
      I also wrote up a DIY on the install in a Jetta GLS. - including making the sat rad turn on with Ign key, or an aftermarket head unit.
      http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty...x.htm
      Ok, with Stern jumping to satellite radio, I am planning on taking the leap with him. I get a lot of Sirius programming at home with Dish Network, and I like the content (techno, rock, jazz, etc..).
      I am planning on getting TWO units, the costs of the units are about $50, I am planning on getting the SIRIUS One, Model: SV1, Type: Plug & Play - One for each MK III since I drive them both in equal times a week to work.
      SO,
      My questions that I'd like people to answer are:
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS:
      Why did you choose one over the other:
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car:
      What model receiver did you get:
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car:
      Where did you mount the antenna:
      How did you mount the unit:
      Tips/Tricks:
      Do you loose the signal?:
      When/Where do you loose the signal:?
      Do you use it at home:
      Pros:
      Cons:
      Overall [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] or [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]
      Pictures of units, mounting, etc....
      Add anything else about mounting one in a MK III, really the issue I have is how to run the antenna or what mods you had to do to make something work. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]


      Modified by Dan J Reed at 2:55 PM 12-11-2005

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      11-02-2005 05:08 PM #2
      Hi,
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: XM
      Why did you choose one over the other: It was just a choice, most because the radio I wanted fit where I wanted it.
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: 98 Jetta TDI
      What model receiver did you get: Delphi Roady2
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: Not yet. I still have just one antenna.
      Where did you mount the antenna: On the leading edge of the trunk lid.
      How did you mount the unit: In the sun visor.
      Tips/Tricks: Buy junkyard visor to practice your cutting techniques!
      Do you loose the signal?: Rarely.
      When/Where do you loose the signal:? In tunnels and under dense tree coverage. Even under the trees, it only cuts out for a second or so.
      Do you use it at home: No. However, I can log in and listen to XM over my network connection.
      Pros: No commercials.
      Cons: Some songs seem more compressed than others. Most of the time, there's just too much road/wind noise to be able to tell the difference. An A4/B5 owner might be able to hear the difference due to better insulation.
      Overall [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]



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      11-02-2005 06:58 PM #3
      [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] Visor!! [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] Very trick, I forgot you had that nifty setup..
      I myself today ordered two of these...

      They come with a remote, and I plan to either mount it to the underside of the sunroof cover, or tuck it into the center console.. - so just the display shows (And use the remote to run it..) [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      11-02-2005 07:04 PM #4
      Dan ,
      Paying to listen to the radio , just switch to 93.3 in the morning those guys are way cooler than Stern, i cant stand that whiny turd

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      11-02-2005 07:09 PM #5
      Quote, originally posted by -DOOMED- »
      Dan ,
      Paying to listen to the radio , just switch to 93.3 in the morning those guys are way cooler than Stern, i cant stand that whiny turd

      Yea, yea.. - they are pretty cool... but its getting to the point where sometimes there is just nothing but crappy commercials, and then no other good radio AT ALL in Philadelphia.. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]
      I like the techno stuff on Sirius..

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      11-02-2005 07:10 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by Dan J Reed »
      Yea, yea.. - they are pretty cool... but its getting to the point where sometimes there is just nothing but crappy commercials, and then no other good radio AT ALL in Philadelphia.. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]
      I like the techno stuff on Sirius..

      Yeah , thats true , i just listen to cds instead

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      11-02-2005 07:13 PM #7
      Fact is, it is the future of radio... just like FM crushed AM, and CableTV/HBO crushed "Network TV Drama" - Sat radio will dominate "Radio". Its the next step...

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      11-02-2005 07:22 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by -DOOMED- »
      i just listen to cds

      +1
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      11-02-2005 07:24 PM #9
      Quote, originally posted by Dan J Reed »
      Fact is, it is the future of radio... just like FM crushed AM, and CableTV/HBO crushed "Network TV Drama" - Sat radio will dominate "Radio". Its the next step...

      As much as id like to say no youre wrong , i have to agree , its where everything is going these days

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      11-02-2005 08:39 PM #10
      Hi,
      Quote, originally posted by Dan J Reed »
      [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] Visor!! [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] Very trick, I forgot you had that nifty setup...

      Thanks! I forgot to mention that I have since sourced a gray wire loom to replace the painted one in the picture. As predicted, the paint began to crack and flake off. The new molding looks MUCH better and will not crack or flake. I'll update the photos eventually.
      I just drove from SE VA to Louisville, KY... 622-miles without fuel stops and without dropping the XM signal! I return home on Friday.

    11. 11-02-2005 09:15 PM #11
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: XM
      Why did you choose one over the other: XM had more music to my taste
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: 1997, VW, Jetta 3
      What model receiver did you get: Roady, but I'll be using my new head unit for XM, when it gets in...
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: Oh yeah, XM online radio is great :thumbsup:
      Where did you mount the antenna: Right next to my excising one. Looks fine since my XM antenna is small
      How did you mount the unit: I put it in my cup holders, held in place with velcro. Nothing fancy here!
      Tips/Tricks: Might as well use the cup holders for something, eh?
      Do you loose the signal?: Almost never. And if I do, it comes right back.
      When/Where do you loose the signal:? On this one weird road I have to take to get to my job. Trees everywhere. And of course, in my garage. Trees usually don't bother it, just this one road...
      Do you use it at home: Didn't you ask that?
      Pros: Wide choice of music, O&A are awesome, always something on, NO COMMERCIALS!
      Cons: Price is the only bad
      Overall: [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      *Edit*- Gave it some more space


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      11-02-2005 09:17 PM #12
      Stealth_TDI, sorry... I borrowed your format!
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: Sirius
      Why did you choose one over the other: Howard Stern, NFL Broadcasts, Better Programming, More interactive DJ's.
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: '96 GTI
      What model receiver did you get: Kenwood EZ-500
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: I have Dish Network, so I use that for Sirius at home.
      Where did you mount the antenna: Next to the stubby on the roof.
      How did you mount the unit: Full head unit.
      Tips/Tricks: If you want to go this route, buy the EZ-700. Sirius tuner built in instead of seperate unit in the trunk. Still cheap at ~$260
      Do you loose the signal?: Sometimes, Usually under specific overpasses. Seems to work in parking garages though!
      When/Where do you loose the signal:? In tunnels and under dense tree coverage. Even under the trees, it only cuts out for a second or so. (Ditto)
      Do you use it at home: See a few answers above.
      Pros: Exceptional sound quality. Sirius seems to be much brighter and full sounding than the XM units I've used. I love the programming. DJ's are fun and interactive, but not overwhealming (XM seemed too much like Musac). Oh yeah, awesome traffic and weather for major metro areas.
      Cons: My head unit seems to take a little longer when changing channels than most, but I still love it.
      Overall I love the head unit. Lots of great features hidden in there for a really cheap price. I love the knobs! Its a well integrated, good sounding unit with a lot of features.
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      11-02-2005 09:31 PM #13
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: Sirius
      Why did you choose one over the other:I liked the programming available on Sirius over XM.
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car:"99 Cabrio
      What model receiver did you get:Alpine 9815 w/Sirius reciever
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car:Car only
      Where did you mount the antenna:Trunk
      How did you mount the unit:custon install hidden in my center console
      Tips/Tricks:Not really, it's pretty straight forward
      Do you loose the signal?:Once and a while..
      When/Where do you loose the signal:?Momentarily when going under bridges, and of course tunnels.
      Pros:No commercials, no losing programming when travelling long distances
      Cons:having to pay for it
      Overall [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] or ;thumbdown: : [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      Pictures of units, mounting, etc....



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      11-02-2005 09:32 PM #14
      When you mounted by the stubby, did you pull down the entire headliner or just the back?
      Also, when running the wire to the outside was ther modifacation involved with the roof/antenna or did the cable just slip between the antenna and the roof?

    15. 11-02-2005 10:20 PM #15
      My questions that I'd like people to answer are:
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: Sirius
      Why did you choose one over the other: I feel Sirius has better stations but really its a toss-up.
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: 95 Jetta GL
      What model receiver did you get: Alpine CDA-9847 with Alpine SIRIUS tuner
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: Nope
      Where did you mount the antenna: On the trunk lid
      How did you mount the unit: N/A really but my tuner box is under the seat if you care
      Tips/Tricks: I mounted the antenna on the trunklid vs the roof because its a lot easier to run the wire into the cabin and same signal anyway
      Do you loose the signal?: Very Rarely
      When/Where do you loose the signal:? Under tunnels is the ONLY time
      Do you use it at home: Nope but i might invest in the boombox thing and get another subscription because FM sucks!!
      Pros: Sound quality (very important to me), no commercials, EVERY type of music a button away, no more flipping through CDs really
      Cons: Not free
      Overall [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] or [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      I couldnt be happier with Sirius, definetly the best $120 a year I spend, makes the commute much more enjoyable for me.


      Modified by SpeedFreak03 at 10:22 PM 11-2-2005

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      11-02-2005 11:19 PM #16
      Sirius
      NFL Channel
      98 MkIII Jetta
      Kenwood
      Yes
      Trunk Lid
      IN the Centre bin under the dash with the cupholders

      Hard wired the power source to a switched circut so it turns off when you turn off the car
      Tunnels
      Pros: no comercials, can listen to the same station regardleess of the length of your trip. Can see what's on other channels before you switch to them with the channel guide, and many more
      Cons: none... I LOVE mine
      [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      Modified by wolf799 at 4:23 AM 11-3-2005


      Modified by wolf799 at 10:35 PM 11-10-2005

    17. 11-02-2005 11:38 PM #17
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: Sirius
      Why did you choose one over the other: My dad has it and i only pay like 7 bucks a month
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: 95 jetta
      What model receiver did you get: old kenwood
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: more at home then car (I have the IPOD interface and use that now
      Where did you mount the antenna: on the top of the dash on the passanger side
      How did you mount the unit: just sits in the cup holder
      Tips/Tricks: hard wired it to turn on when car turns on, also using the aux input on my head unit works, but i've been getting some kind of interferice from the power wire
      Do you loose the signal?: never lose signal
      When/Where do you loose the signal:?na
      Do you use it at home:yes
      Pros: price, looks, easy to use
      Cons: interferance from the powerwire and the FM transmitter sucks
      Overall or GOOD STUFF

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      11-04-2005 08:08 PM #18
      Bump, found some good links online.. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      http://forums.newbeetle.org/sh...21897 - Yea I know its for the NB... but there is a pic of a SLICK install with a stock Fuba roof mount [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] Worth the check out.. I may do this on my Golf..
      http://www.frankmos.net/car/car%20pics.html - Good pics of a start - finish install in a MK III Jetta. And another slick Fuba roof/sat mount!

      And here is a link to that original thread.
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=1971004

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      11-04-2005 08:17 PM #19
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS:XM
      Why did you choose one over the other:um...i got it thru work for free, and sisius wasn't up yet,yes i've had XM since it came out
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car:jetta vr6
      What model receiver did you get:pioneer rf unit
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car:myfi for the house,and when i ride my mountain bike
      Where did you mount the antennan the trunk lid
      How did you mount the unit:under the rear seat with velcro, it's a original xm tuner box with the small display
      Tips/Tricks:none really
      Do you loose the signal?:yes
      When/Where do you loose the signal:?palisades parkway and under really thick trees
      Do you use it at home:read above
      Pros:OPIE AND ANTHONY, good dance channels
      Cons:none really
      Overall or
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      11-05-2005 08:45 PM #20
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: XM
      Why did you choose one over the other: Like the portable player more
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: 97 GTI VR6
      What model receiver did you get: Pionieer AirWare... Portable XM player
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: Yes, and Some Times Walking
      Where did you mount the antenna: On roof by stock antenna
      How did you mount the unit: Glued Holster to Dash
      Tips/Tricks: Take your time pulling down the trim pannals
      Do you loose the signal?: So far only when walking around
      When/Where do you loose the signal:? when Trees/Building get in the way.
      Pros: Looks cool, easy to move around, and no comericals
      Cons: Looses signal pretty easily when walking around
      Overall: [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]

      Just installed it today... Here are the results...







      Modified by shorty53186 at 6:11 PM 11-6-2005

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      Modified by shorty53186 at 6:58 PM 11-6-2005

    21. 11-06-2005 04:39 PM #21
      Quote &raquo;
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS:

      XM
      Quote &raquo;
      Why did you choose one over the other:

      I chose XM cause at the time Sirus Was bunk, But now things have cahnged
      Quote &raquo;
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car:

      98 2.0 GTI
      Quote &raquo;
      What model receiver did you get:

      I'm running and Alpine head unit and Alpine XM receiver
      Quote &raquo;
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car:

      Nope
      Quote &raquo;
      Where did you mount the antenna:

      Mine is Mounted right behine the Fuba
      Quote &raquo;
      How did you mount the unit:

      Just sits under the rear seat
      Quote &raquo;
      Tips/Tricks:

      Take your time when installing
      Quote &raquo;
      Do you loose the signal?:

      About the only time I loose my signal is when I'm in the mountains. They block it
      Quote &raquo;
      Do you use it at home:

      Nope
      Quote &raquo;
      Pros:

      I never listem to FM
      Quote &raquo;
      Cons:

      Stern isn't on XM I guess I'am switching

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      12-11-2005 09:54 AM #22
      Well since I started this thread, I thought I'd add my .02 to it since I got the units a month ago.
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: Sirius
      Why did you choose one over the other: Stern
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: 1995 Golf Gti, 98 Jetta GLS
      What model receiver did you get: SV1 (Both cars)
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: I listen at work online, as well as at home (Dish Network), my the units stay in the cars
      Where did you mount the antenna: Jetta - Rear roof, Golf out of the back of the Fuba mount. Both units re-broadcast on 88.1 fm (you can choose any station), the Golf setup is hard wired as an AUX input to my aftermarket head unit. Uses amp-turn on wire to power up Sirius unit (w/relay). The Jetta uses the stock head unit and FM option.
      How did you mount the unit: Jetta - Center console - Golf modded into ash tray
      Tips/Tricks: I made some DIYs on both installs.
      Do you loose the signal?: I didn't know this, but in most major cities both XM and Siruis broadcast a land based signal, so it works in parking garages, underpasses etc..
      When/Where do you loose the signal:? On a recent 5 hour trip I lost the signal for about 1 second under a long overpass out in NY state.
      Do you use it at home: Dish Network.
      Pros: NO COMMERCIALS!, More music choices than FM.
      Cons: Price,, but they are comming down (units and bulk pricing for a year etc..), wish the sound quality was a *little* better. Music stations sound about as good as FM, the talk stations are very compressed.
      Overall: [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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      DIY - Jetta - http://faculty.ccp.edu/faculty...x.htm
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      Ash Tray Install


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      12-11-2005 11:31 AM #23
      my dads gettin me serius for christmas...ill prolly spend most of my time listening to stern
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      Did someone take a dump on your console?
      Also why wouldn't you hose the turd off before you re-installed.

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      12-11-2005 01:36 PM #25
      What do you have XM/SIRIUS: SIRIUS (2 years subscribed now - LOVE IT!!!)
      Why did you choose one over the other: Music format - First Wave (80s New Wave station)
      Year, VW, Golf/Jetta (others) of car: 1996 Jetta
      What model receiver did you get: Kenwood Here2Anywhere
      Do you use it at home as well as in the car: Yes, both home and my other VW: 1964 Karmann Ghia coupe
      Where did you mount the antenna: On the roof (pic of antenna location is old), I now have a thinner/smaller antenna (Kenwood SR-40) mounted on the roof in the rear.
      How did you mount the unit: In the cubby hole in front of the cupholders
      Tips/Tricks: N/A
      Do you loose the signal?: Sometimes
      When/Where do you loose the signal:? Overpasses, tunnels, dense trees like the others said.
      Do you use it at home: Only in the garage when I'm working on projects, in the house I listen to LIVE 365 internet radio or Sirius Online music.
      Pros: I rarely listen to CDs or the FM radio stations, mainly satellite radio now - COMMERCIAL FREE and UNCENSORED!!!!
      Cons: N/A
      Old pic of the satellite radio antenna on the roof, new location mounted in the rear above the rear window. Same location as Dan J. Reed's Jetta mount.

      The cigarette lighter plug to power the Kenwood H2A will be rewired soon to a switch.

      The round switch below the Kenwood H2A is to turn on/off the FM modulator.




      Modified by Banzai KG at 10:40 AM 12-11-2005
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