Unconfigured Ad Widget



No announcement yet.

XM Radio & other car stereo questions

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • XM Radio & other car stereo questions

    OK, I got the rims now I'm on to my next toy.

    I want to replace the Suburban's audio system. We have XM in my wife's Denali...does that buy me a discount for getting XM in my 'burban?

    If so, what is recommended? I haven't bought an aftermarket car stereo since I wore 32" jeans. Recommended brands? I'd like something that has XM incorporated and would prefer something that is compatible with multiple speakers and packs some power.

    All input is appreciated.
    Center Grove Trojans
    2008 5A Football State Champs
    2015 6A Football State Champs
    2011 Track State Champs

    Center Grove Jr. Trojans
    2014, 2015 & 2017 IEFA State Champs

  • #2
    TD, if XM is like Sirius, which I have, then they should allow you to add a second account for an incremental bump in the monthly charge. The hardware is probably a different issue. But I would assume with the time of year, that XM may have some deals in place that would help out on these costs.


    • #3
      XM does have a family plan.


      • #4
        XM rules.


        • #5

          I have found there is no better place to buy an aftermarket car stereo than Crutchfield. They have good prices on car stereos and truly awesome customer service, and include all adapters and custom instructions on how to install in your specific vehicle included in the price. Check out their web site and click on "What fits my car?" to get started finding the stereo you want. Give them a call and talk to them about what you want and they will help you find the right stereo for your car. I am partial to Kenwood products, but every brand they sell is decent. If you run in to trouble doing the install, call them and they will talk you through it while you sit in your car. Outstanding company to do business with.


          Unconfigured Ad Widget