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JVC KS-SRA100 SIRIUS Satellite Radio Adapter for SC-C1
SIRIUS translator for SIRIUS module(SCC1), PnP dock(SCVDOC1)
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11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Works Perfectly with my JVC Nav UnitDec 17, 2010
By A. Sacremento
JVC KS-SRA100 Vehicle Sirius Satellite Radio Interface
First, let's be clear on the fact that this is an interface module to enable compatible JVC in-dash units to provide SIRIUS satellite radio functionality. It is NOT a SIRIUS tuner. You must add a separate tuner module, such as a SIRIUS Connect SCC1 to complete the picture.
I added a KS-SRA100 and an SCC1 to my new JVC in-dash nav/media in-dash unit, model KW-NT3HDT, during installation of the in-dash unit. The required connections were very simple and straightforward, and the combination works perfectly. Much better than my previous setup, which was a portable SIRIUS receiver playing through an AUX input jack on my old in-dash unit.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Very easy hookup. Works great!!Sep 12, 2009
By Eric E. Isham
This was a great purchase. item hooked up very easily to the radio and Sirius Tuner. Does 100% of what it is supposed to do. 5 star purchase.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Sirius AdapterSep 14, 2009
Wired power to aux/cigarette lighter. Worked perfect. System is intuitive and simple to install.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
The antenna died after 3 monthsFeb 03, 2012
I've had this Sirius addition to my JVC car stereo for 3 months now and there's something I've definitely noticed, Sirius audio quality is quite lacking especially where it counts (as in classical music stations). They must use some horrendously low bitrate or something.
The antenna also has already died on me. Another one is on the way (from Amazon) at a minimal cost so I guess it's not that big a deal other than the fact that I now have to rip my car apart again to run the line from my trunk to my dashboard (where the electronic components are located).
Other than the bad parts of the audio quality and durability of the antenna, the unit works well and integrates beautifully with the JVC head unit. If you want Sirius radio with JVC, this is the way to go.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Better then the TERK I had with XMNov 19, 2008
By Timothy C. Murphy
I got rid of my XM radio a few months ago. I had lots of problems with the TERK tuner and JVC interface causing prolonged signal change and dropping the signal in wide open areas that had no interference. After a couple months though I couldn't take the poor FM signal and lack of selection so I looked into Sirius since my TV satellite provider had Sirius on its music channels. The music was a bit better then the XM selection I had. The two are merging now but each has their good attributes though. This interface along with the universal tuner look a lot better and not so cheap like the TERK products did. They are more sturdy. The interface has an external electrical supply which I wired into the yellow power wire on my JVC receiver along with the black ground wire. It was a breeze. The TERK interface was powered through the main connection cable from the receiver. Seems like this configuration is a lot better since I have no long time waits on channel changes that would occur on the TERK model. The problems with the prior system could have been localized to that specific TERK product but I did find some forums with people having similar problems like I did. So far no problems and sure am happy to be able to listen to JAM 17-Phish, Dave Matthews, and Moe. ...etc with the great sound you only get through satellite (and HD radio if you got the signal strength). This product is Great in my opinion.
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