Android Radio Content via Satellite and Internet

Sirius XM Radio has introduced the SiriusXM Lynx Portable Radio, the first SiriusXM 2.0 radio that offers new features and receives an expanded channel lineup via satellite and Internet.

Lynx is stated to be the most advanced radio ever from SiriusXM, able to receive the new expanded SiriusXM 2.0 channel lineup of commercial-free music, sports, and comedy that includes SiriusXM Latino, a new suite of Spanish-language programming.

It is built with a flexible architecture which allows for new features and capabilities to be added through software updates. 

“Lynx gives subscribers the expanded SiriusXM 2.0 content lineup and advanced features, enabling time shifting and storage of content, offering listeners more control over the programming they subscribe to,” said Jim Meyer, president, Operations and Sales, SiriusXM.  “Lynx will offer even more options to manage our exclusive and expertly curated content through future software updates.” 

SiriusXM 2.0 is a major upgrade and evolution of SiriusXM’s satellite and Internet delivered service that will ultimately span hardware, software, audio, and data services. 

Lynx gives subscribers more control over how they listen to SiriusXM satellite radio, allowing them to start a song from the beginning when tuning to a Favorite music channel or store broadcast content to listen to later. 

Subscribers can also restart their favorite content while connected to SiriusXM Internet Radio via Wi-Fi. They can control their listening experience using the large touch screen display.

Lynx can stream SiriusXM content to Bluetooth stereo speakers, headphones, vehicle stereo systems or optional accessories for the home, vehicle or portable use. Lynx is based on the Android operating system and is fully updatable via a Wi-Fi connection.

SiriusXM Lynx is available now at shop.siriusxm.com or crutchfield.com at a price of $249.99.  Lynx will be available soon at retail stores in the U.S. It was announced Thursday, Dec. 29.

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Rakesh Raman