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    Default Sirius Satellite Radio???

    Can you get reception on Sirius radio on the North shore of the DR???

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    I got good reception in Cabarete...haven't tried it elsewhere...

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    Yes, I get it in Sosua, but for some reason it cuts out 3 times each day at the same hours for about 1 hour.

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    I get very good reception at my home in Santo Domingo, and also in my vehicles, wherever I travel to in the DR. Temporary signal losses occur since you have to have a starting point for signal and weather conditions affect it. PS If ypou know someone who has XM..Sirius sells conversion kits for many vehicles and radios. I had to get one for my wife's escalade. Installation was pretty easy.

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    THanks for the XM tip..... my XM would not work in Cabrera a couple of years ago.
    Maybe I'll try again.

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    Sirius all the way to the US Virgin Islands. Starts to flutter out some from the east coast of PR.

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    XM signals do not get to the DR..switch to Sirius

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    Thank you all for taking the time to respond, I'm really glad to be able to bring my Sat radio next winter.

    Suzanne

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    I had Sirius radio for two years and the interference from local stations, no matter what FM setting I used, was unbearable. I found about a direct adaptor which is cheap and its working very good now. I mostly have two to three bars reception except when you are driving under trees. Without the direct adaptor, I would not recommend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conchman View Post
    I had Sirius radio for two years and the interference from local stations, no matter what FM setting I used, was unbearable. I found about a direct adaptor which is cheap and its working very good now. I mostly have two to three bars reception except when you are driving under trees. Without the direct adaptor, I would not recommend it.
    Conchman,
    Thank you for your comment, can you tell me more about the adaptor, what is it and where can I get one. I am in Canada at the moment.

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