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XM XPMP3H1 Portable Satellite Radio and MP3 Player (XMp3i) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Product Packaging:Standard Packaging Product Description The XMp3i has arrived! Portable Satellite Radio and Mp3 Player. Record what you love, listen when you want! Record up to 5 favorite channels at the same time and up to 100 hours of favorite p...

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Reviews around work (5.00 of 5)

  • If the car temperature exceeds 100 degrees like most do in the summer, the radio quits working till it cools off.(3
  • it acted like it was a brand new radio with access to only one channel and the scroll wheel wasn't working (Like the day I bought the radio)
  • The use of a wheel for menu navigation works well on portable devices (like on the original iPod)
  • I have a friend at work that has a stiletto and can’t get reception in our building, but this one works great and much cheaper with cheaper accessories
  • the antenna on top works well if you are outside or in a
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Reviews around buy (5.00 of 5)

  • Unlike other players I have bought, this unit is very versatile.
  • Aside from the disappointment about the timing of the half-hour of replay availability, this remains an exceptionally good buy for someone who'd like to listen to their XM on-the-go.(Oh
  • 2012Just found out Best Buy has stopped selling this product...probably because it's crap.
  • Purchased this radio at Best Buy given that I had a $25 off coupon and it made the deal a good one.
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Reviews around satellite (4.59 of 5)

  • Just about 3 months later this player is now broken as the front dial came off.
  • gave as a gift and the receiver loves this portable satellite radio.
  • To anyone considering this portable satellite radio, don't.
  • I bought the XM XPMP3H1 Portable Satellite Radio and MP3 Player as a replacement for my ONYX unit
  • I wanted this portable satellite radio to work, but it doesn't
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Reviews around feature (4.26 of 5)

  • , I will miss the recording feature
  • Has a nice feature that you can record songs and shows and even put your own music on the player with the Micro/SD Card that inserts into the top of the unit
  • Its features were limited.
  • It has lots of great features, which are wonderful, when they work
  • Just about 3 months later this player is now broken as the front dial came off.
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Reviews around xm (4.26 of 5)

  • I was only able to load MP3 files onto the XMP3i using the horribly slow XM To Go Music Manager software
  • After doing all of this, it was a serious bummer to discover that the XM portable unit limits the output volume severely when sitting in the car dock.
  • The level of customer care with the XM people was Stellar!
  • If you like XM but don't want to spend $200 a year for music only in your car this is the unit for you
  • I enjoy listening to my portable XM while sitting on the beautiful beaches here at Panama City Beach
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Reviews around money (4.16 of 5)

  • Anyone considering purchasing this should be aware that they might end up throwing good money after bad.
  • I feel like I gave this money to criminals.
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Reviews around channel (4.16 of 5)

  • I thought sat rad had all these cool channels where you would hear stuff that wasn't on FM, but the truth is that it's still very mainstreamy.
  • Even though I am in a large metropolitan area, there are enough unused channels to choose from in the FM band so that the XMp3i can send satellite radio through.
  • it also has a auto recording function where it will just record your favorite channels in the background
  • My one channel gets recorded for something like 5 hours & 5 other channels I have listened to for a bit at some point get recorded as well.
  • Just about 3 months later this player is now broken as the front dial came off.
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Reviews around station (4.16 of 5)

  • , this is SO MUCH EASIER to load favorite stations onto than my Skydock (which was a pain)
  • I purchased a cassette adapter for it which alleviates the pain of trying to find a clear radio station while traveling, and it fixes the problem of my cars radio not having an input
  • In fact, the car unit is superior to this unit for the user interface since it has quick select buttons for favorite stations.
  • Just about 3 months later this player is now broken as the front dial came off.
  • All cables, a desk docking station (very nice), and naturally power cable, USB cable, external antenna with a VERY long cord, manuals, battery which is removable
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Reviews around reception (3.63 of 5)

  • This radio gets better reception than I thought it would get
  • It also has poor reception pretty much anywhere you use it
  • It could be that San Antonio has good reception from the satellite
  • There are no commercials and you have the ability to record a lot of music on bad reception days or being out of the
  • Given the poor reception and useability issues I have to give it 1 star.
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Reviews around unit (3.36 of 5)

  • My current unit has lost all ability to scroll thru channels with the "wheel".
  • The unit remained dark as if turned off, but still recorded in that mode
  • Oh yeah, every once in awhile the unit just freezes up for no reason.
  • But what is the point of a portable unit if its not portable
  • This is a great portable unit when used with the antenna head phones...purchased separately!
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Reviews around antenna (3.34 of 5)

  • My old antenna works with the XMp3i cradle, as does the patch cord connecting the XM radio to my surround receiver.
  • But only for Sirius radio's (not compatible with XM-only radio's).Amazon sells this antenna for around $39
  • Utilizing it as a recorder and accomplishing that from your home dock, and external antenna at night is perfect for indoor use later.
  • the antenna on top works well if you are outside or in a
  • Just about 3 months later this player is now broken as the front dial came off.
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Reviews around device (3.32 of 5)

  • It also works well as a standalone device for plugging into your home stereo system.
  • While you can upload MP3s to an SD card more quickly, mine will not play them, and any interaction with the SD card slows the device down.
  • It's very dangerous to use while driving (as are any devices, but this device particularly so).
  • Last, this device impressed me so well, that I bought a second one to give to my elderly father-in-law
  • This might seem unnecessary in the age of fast responding smart phones given this device has a color display and seems latest / greatest, but this device is very underpowered in the processor department
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Reviews around battery (2.04 of 5)

  • I'd recommend this one over some of the fancier models just because it's portable and additional batteries are cheap at Amazon
  • That battery is quite good and lasts about 3.5 hours if listening live and 7 hours or so if listening to recorded music.
  • When the ignition is off the other devices will drain the battery till it ruins both the radio and battery, getting extremely hot.
  • It gets launched when you let the battery go dead or you just pop the battery out for a moment.
  • Just about 3 months later this player is now broken as the front dial came off.
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Reviews around review (1.61 of 5)

  • Something has to be really bad for me to bother to write a negative review
  • I am guess that is where the good reviews are coming from
  • I see so many negative reviews of the equipment here on Amazon.
  • Because of the negative reviews I almost sent it back without even tryng it, I am so glad I decided to give it a chance
  • After reading the most motivating (yet not perfect) review from Randy M "rdm" dated 3-6, 8-2013
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Reviews around interface (1.33 of 5)

  • The interface seems a little sluggish at times and is not the most intuitive, but it works.
  • Just about 3 months later this player is now broken as the front dial came off.
  • The interface seems a little sluggish at times and is not the most intuitive, but it works.
  • Having to fumble with an unreliable and unintuitive wheel-based interface is not only frustrating, but also unsafe when I am on the move
  • But when coupled with a buggy and unintuitive interface such as on this unit, it becomes a major hinderance
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More about XM XPMP3H1 Portable Satellite Radio and MP3 Player (XMp3i) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • Product Packaging:Standard Packaging Product Description The XMp3i has arrived! Portable Satellite Radio and Mp3 Player
  • Record what you love, listen when you want! Record up to 5 favorite channels at the same time and up to 100 hours of favorite programming
  • It automatically records your favorite channels
  • Hear it
  • Click it
  • Save it
  • - One touch recording: Store up to 10 hours of individual songs at the touch of a button
  • Pause, rewind and replay up to 30 minutes of live radio. From the Manufacturer Record What You Love, Listen When You Want with the XMp3i Portable Satellite Radio
  • Carry XM wherever you go or listen at home with SiriusXM's most versatile radio
  • Listen to over 130 channels live, record programming, or play your own MP3s
  • The included Home Kit lets you connect the XMp3i to a home stereo system.Carry-it-with-you, Listen-Anywhere Satellite Radio and MP3 Player The XMp3i Portable Satellite Radio combines satellite radio and MP3 capabilities into a single compact package
  • This slick device shows artist name, song title, and channel information on a large color display
  • The device lets you browse and explore other songs and artists without leaving your current channel
  • Pair the XMp3i with an XM subscription plan that best suits you and start enjoying all your favorite music, talk, and entertainment at the touch of a button.Hardware FeaturesLive XMEnjoy over 130 channels of commercial-free music plus sports, exclusive entertainment and talk, news, and weather.Pause, rewind, and replay up to 30 minutes of live radio.Store your favorite SiriusXM channels as presets for fast access.Set alerts with TuneSelect so that you don't miss your favorite artists or songs when they are playing on live radio.Get alerts when your favorite sports teams are on any SiriusXM channel with GameSelect.Keep track of selected sports scores and stocks with Info Extras.Enjoy superior in-vehicle performance with the SiriusXM XMp3i PowerConnect Vehicle Kit that enhances audio quality through your vehicle's radio with easy do-it-yourself installation (XMp3i PowerConnect vehicle kit sold separately)
  • Recorded XMMore ways than ever to record up to 100 hours of your favorite SiriusXM programs.Record up to 5 channels at the same time
  • One-touch recording of up to 10 hours of individual songs
  • Schedule recordings of up to 75 hours of your favorite SiriusXM programs
  • Automatic recording of your favorite SiriusXM channels
  • Your MP3sEnjoy your personal music collection (MP3 and WMA files) with the microSD card slot.Compatible with standard or high capacity microSD cards, the XMp3i radio is microSDHC compliant
  • XM2go Music ManagerSchedule recordings of your favorite SiriusXM programs.Organize your recorded SiriusXM content and your MP3s.Create and modify playlists of your recorded SiriusXM content or your MP3s
  • Online programming guide: Discover new music by seeing what's playing on XM for the next two weeks--choose to be alerted when it is playing or schedule a recording.Bookmark and purchase songs from compatible online music services, including Napster.Purchase and listen to your favorite audio books.Other FeaturesUSB charging: Recharge your battery whenever your radio is connected to your PC's USB port.Works on the XM Network.Welcome to the World of Satellite Radio Only SiriusXM brings you more of what you love, all in one place
  • Enjoy commercial-free music from nearly every genre - including artist-dedicated channels
  • Get live sports play-by-play and 24/7 expert talk
  • Enjoy exclusive entertainment and comedy
  • Plus world-class news, local traffic and weather, and more
  • Choose between the Select, Premier or All Access programming package.Subscribe to the All Access Package It doesn't get any better than this - get every channel in the XM Premier package, plus listen anywhere with over 130 channels of SiriusXM Internet Radio on your computer, smartphone and tablet.* Simply ask for the All Access Package when you call to activate your radio.See What's OnXM Channel GuideWhat's in the Box XMp3i Radio, home dock, home power adapter, battery, aux-in cable, indoor/outdoor home antenna, remote control, earbuds, and user guide.IMPORTANT SUBCRIPTION NOTE: Hardware and subscription sold separately
  • Service will automatically renew and bill at the rates in effect at the time of renewal until you call us at 1-866-635-2349 to cancel
  • See our Customer Agreement for complete terms at www.siriusxm.com
  • Fees and taxes apply
  • All fees and programming subject to change
  • Our satellite service is available only to those at least 18 and older in the 48 contiguous USA and DC
  • Our Sirius satellite service is also available in PR (with coverage limitations)
  • Our Internet radio service is available throughout our satellite service area and in AK and HI
  • Certain channels are not available on our Internet radio service, including MLB® play-by-play
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