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Old 03-28-2010, 12:56 PM   #11
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http://www.magnadyne.com/index.cfm?M...Web_CatID=4263

Here is the Sirius Tuner for the M-1 but that's the only thing I managed to find. I didn't see the Unit you have on their site. Sorry!
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Old 03-28-2010, 02:37 PM   #12
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Thanks Charlie,
I did find my unit on the web site, but they did not have any info on which model I need.
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Old 03-29-2010, 07:04 PM   #13
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I had to do the same thing except mine was a jensen , I found the box on ebay and the ant, and cable at Best Buy, good luck
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:04 PM   #14
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We had the same issue with Sirius on our Itasca. It was Sirius ready, but noone could tell us how to hook it up or what was needed. I just took my mobile Sirius radio from my car and put it in the Itasca. I ran the antenna wire out the window up to the puck antenna on the roof. To get the antenna to stay on the roof I got Velcro tape and velcroed the antenna to the roof. There is very little metal on the roof for the antenna to attach to, so the Velcro worked like a charm. I would imagine I'll do the same thing on our Berkshire when it arrives.
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:44 PM   #15
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We had the same issue with Sirius on our Itasca. It was Sirius ready, but noone could tell us how to hook it up or what was needed. I just took my mobile Sirius radio from my car and put it in the Itasca. I ran the antenna wire out the window up to the puck antenna on the roof. To get the antenna to stay on the roof I got Velcro tape and velcroed the antenna to the roof. There is very little metal on the roof for the antenna to attach to, so the Velcro worked like a charm. I would imagine I'll do the same thing on our Berkshire when it arrives.
Many of the Winnebago RVs we have seen that do come with the satellite radio have the antenna on the dash down near the windshield in front of the driver. As the front cap on RVs is fiberglass and the satelite signals can pass through it, they seem to work just fine there. Many Jeepers put theirs on top of the roll cage bar but under the fiberglass hard top.
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Old 04-22-2010, 04:25 PM   #16
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Sirius Ready

I recently purchased a 2010 337 and am thrilled with it. It came with a Sirius ready radio which I was something I really wanted when I bought the RV. I already have Sirius in my Jeep and wanted it in the RV as well. I thought all I would have to do was activate it. I was wrong. It needed a tuner and antenna. I talked to the dealer and they wanted $700.00 for the tuner and antenna and installation. I about passed out. So after venting my frustration I went to BestBuy and bought a tuner for $69.00 and they installed it and we used the puck antenna that came with it on the front of the dash board next to the windshield for $35.00. I works great! So I figured I save almost $600.00 and have Sirius.
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Satellite radio is great. I use a Garmin 376C GPS that has an xm tuner and antenna built in for mine and just feed it into the front mp3 input. It also gets XM weather so I can watch the storms rolling through on radar. Everyone wonders how I know exactly when to go inside
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