Sirius XM Radio is offering XM Snap!, a satellite radio for the vehicle. You can just plug it into the vehicle cigarette lighter or power adapter socket, connect the antenna and listen to XM through the existing vehicle radio with simple, do-it-yourself installation, says the company.
“XM Snap! is an attractive, easy-to-use radio that makes it easier than ever for more consumers to bring satellite radio into their vehicles,” said Bob Law, group VP, After Market Division, Sirius XM Radio.
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According to the company, the fully adjustable stalk allows for convenient placement in the vehicle, easy access to the radio controls and clear view of the high-contrast display.
The simple controls make it a snap to use – the large arrow keys navigate through categories, the rotary knob changes channels, and the preset keys store favorite channels for one-touch access.
Accessories include the Magnetic Mount Antenna and an Aux-In Cable to facilitate Aux-In connections in vehicles that support this capability.
XM Snap! delivers all channels currently available on XM, including commercial-free music from every genre, featuring an array of 24/7 artist-branded music channels such as The Grateful Dead Channel, Eminem’s Shade 45, Jimmy Buffett’s Radio Margaritaville, “Little Steven” Van Zandt’s Underground Garage and Outlaw Country channels, B.B. King’s Bluesville, Willie Nelson’s Willie’s Place, Elvis Radio and Siriusly Sinatra; music channels playing all the hits from the ’40s to today; every Major League Baseball game, play-by-play from the NHL and NBA, PGA TOUR events, auto racing, college sports and 24/7 Fantasy Sports Radio; the biggest names in entertainment, including Oprah Winfrey, Rosie O’Donnell, Barbara Walters, Jamie Foxx, Bob Edwards, and Opie & Anthony; news from Fox News, CNN, CNBC and the BBC; comedy and kids’ programming.
XM Snap! will be available at U.S. retail stores and www.shop.xmradio.com this month (October) for $59.99.
Sirius XM is America’s satellite radio company, broadcasting more than 130 channels of commercial-free music, and premier sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, weather, and data services to subscribers in cars, trucks, boats and aircraft, and through a wide range of mobile devices.