Sirius Satellite Radio Reviews

You can get the best radio programming on the satellite radio service of Sirius. Covering the entire mainland United States with its three powerful satellites, Sirius Satellite Radio has gained in popularity since it started in 2002. People prefer to listen to this radio even when they have to pay a monthly subscription fee, because of its excellent line up of over 120 commercial-free channels. The channels cover music, sports, entertainment and news. You will get to hear all this on a high fidelity digital stream, on a Sirius Satellite Radio.

The Sirius Satellite Radio is available in many different types of models which are suited for home use and use in vehicles and boats. Now the latest models of Sirius radios are made as plug-and-play devices which can be transferred from your vehicle to home and vice-versa, without any hassels. These radios are very compact in size and portable as well. There are many, Sirius Satellite Radio Reviews online, which feature the different kinds of model that are available with all the details and specifications.

One of the Sirius Satellite Radio Reviews on the Cnet site, features the latest Stiletto 2 model which is portable. It weighs only 4.3 ounces and measures 4.3 x 1.9 x 0.6 inches. This device is not only a radio but also a player which can store MP3 and WMA files. It has 2GB of internal Flash memory which can be expanded by a microSD card. This radio is packed with advanced features and is also very easy to operate. Due to its storage capacity, you can pause, rewind and replay 60 minutes of live radio. The radio has a 2.2 inch bright color display screen, and an enhanced media dial. The output of audio is much superior due to its improved bass function, and you can also customize your listening preferences. The radio is equipped with Wi-Fi capacity, so that you can get streams from Sirius internet radio, whenever you are in range of this system. The features on this radio include the Personalized Sorts Ticker which will give you real-time updates of scores of your favourite sports teams. The radio is powered by a user-replaceable battery which gives you 4 hours of live radio broadcasts, or 10 hours on the Wi-Fi, or 20 hours as a player (non-live). The Stiletto 2 comes as a complete kit and includes the radio, earbuds, headset antenna, battery, AC power adapter, a PC cable and My Sirius Studio software.

Previously the Sirius Satellite Radio Reviews had featured the Sirius Stiletto 100, which was with a lesser memory of 1GB for the MP3 and WMA playbacks. The Wi-Fi capability also was not so great, and could not support 802.11a/g. The audio quality of when using the Wi-Fi is also not as great as the Stiletto 2 radio. The price is also more of the Stilleto 100 compared to Stilleto 2 by almost $70.

In this way Sirius Satellite Radio Reviews will make you take an informed decision, when you buy your Sirius Satellite Radio.