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Alpine IVA-W200 and satellite radio - whats needed?

Old 12-26-2007, 12:42 AM
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Alpine IVA-W200 and satellite radio - whats needed?

Hey folks,

have an alpine IVA-W200 heat unit that i got a while back. For xmas i got

http://www.bestbuy.ca/catalog/prodde...01&catid=23641

The above listed sirius satellite tuner thing. I'm thinkin rather than have a second screen, i can likely buy some guizzmo's and listen to satellite radio somehow through the alpine deck, but i'm not sure whats needed. Can someone help a brother out please?

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Return the starmate and get this:
http://www.alpine-usa.com/US-en/products/product_acc.php?model=KCA-SC100
It says IVA-W205, so you may want to check with alpine that the W200 is supported, but I'm fairly sure it is.

Or theres this:
http://shop.sirius.com/edealinv/servlet/ExecMacro?nurl=control/StoreItem.vm&ctl_nbr=2640&siId=2482429&catParentID =24750&scId=24750&oldParentID=7870

Both should be avaliable under $100.
Haven't used either, so I can't tell you which is better.
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