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Old 02-24-2016, 11:46 AM   #11
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I bought a bluetooth adapter that plugs into the RV stereo. (If your stereo already has bluetooth, skip this step.) Then I use the mobile Sirius app on my phone to listen to any station I want. Works great!
For that matter, if you didn't want to buy a BT adapter, you could just plug your phone into the AUX jack of the RV stereo and listen to Sirius that way.
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OK, thanks for the replies, I'm going to transfer my subscription to an SiriusXM Onyx and have some docking stations. One for the Jeep, one for the motorhome. That way I can use the Sat radio in either vehicle.
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