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ERNIE_E
02-07-2006, 05:00 AM
Here's a deal that will give you the XACT XTR2CK Plug and Play Unit. I don't have this reciever, but you can read customer reviews on the link. Bottom line you can get a cheap plug and play for $20 after rebates.

Add to it a home dock for $50 and you're set for good.

And for those of you who's spouse is looking for their own unit, this is a nice Valentines gift to set them up. Additional subscriptions are only $7/month.



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Evan Wiener
02-07-2006, 05:52 AM
I bought that for my wife when it was $30 at Best Buy a few weeks ago. The display is pretty decent, and easy to install, but we wish the remote was back-lit. You can't tell what button you're pressing at night.

ERNIE_E
02-07-2006, 06:02 AM
I bought that for my wife when it was $30 at Best Buy a few weeks ago. The display is pretty decent, and easy to install, but we wish the remote was back-lit. You can't tell what button you're pressing at night.


Yeah the same for the Sportster Replay which I have, but I'm thinking of getting this for the wife too. Other than the remote what do you like and don't like about it? I am reading it doesn't have a true "Docking station" so you need to plug and unplug the antenna and power into the actual unit everytime you put it in and out. Were you able to find a good place to dock it in the car? Or do you just place it in the cup holder? Anything else you can add about the unit would be helpful. I'm really tempted to jump in on this for a surprise Valentines, especially at that deal....

ERNIE_E
02-07-2006, 10:04 AM
bump for the afternoon crowd