Lifetime subscription..perhaps.you know if it has updated at all??? get back to us I recently got one from Circuit City as a display model.
It's got full service, but it has that stupid Family Pack, so no Howard or Hip-hop Nation.
Back up about 2 years ago, I bought a used SIR-PNR2 off Ebay (reseller), which I was going to install with Pioneer stereo I bought.
Helpful tips and procedures to improve performance of your Sirius XM radio can be found at Installation Help.Radio is receiving the signal with no problems now. Makes me wonder if I ever needed to replace my S50 a year ago for the same problems.So it was either the moisture trapped between the magnet and car roof, or some other interference (sunspots? The car was dry, but under the magnet was a definite little pool of moisture. This happened to mine and it was something inside overheating, then they sent me a refurb unit and it did the same thing... So evidently, these rooftop magnetic antennae are vulnerable to the elements in northern climates. I'd just try getting a new antenna before freaking out too much.On some occasions the signal will be lost up to 70% of the time I'm in the car. I'll let you know if this affects the reception performance tomorrow. After talking to 5 different people, all I got was "check and or replace your antenna".I've got a Sportster in my vehicle thats about 3 yrs old, no problems with it at all until a few weeks ago. After checking the magnetic vehicle antennae on the roof of the car, I did discover some moisture under the magnet, probably from the snowy weather we've been having.