Loc: United States
The 'acquiring' of the channels could have been a hardware issue, or it could have been because of your signal...Maybe it was the first time the unit had been used in that car, or the first time some of those channels had been tuned in, and it needed to sync with the radio itself. I'm not familiar with how Sirius works, so I can only speculate...<br><br>I've had no significant delay on my XM hardware- only when I'm in a parking structure or a tunnel do I get the occasional fade out of the signal. Otherwise I love it...<br><br>The atmosphere of each channel varies by time, by personality and by genre. Sometimes you'll have the DJ come on once every few songs and rap a little- on XM, it's usually the 'decade' stations that have the most chatter. Other stations like 'Top Tracks' (sort of a 'best of' classic rock channel), I'll won't hear anything but music seemingly for hours at a time...<br><br><br><br>Back in Black...
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