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RAK radio question sirus\ipod

Old 08-21-2006, 10:56 AM
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Default RAK radio question sirus\ipod

Hi everyone... I'm new to the forum. i just purchased a 300 Limited this weekend and got to say i love it... now to start fixing it up!!!

1st. the car came with the RAK radio...

can i install sirus and the ipod at the same time? i saw the ipod intergration(very cool, by the way) goes connected to the CD Changer output. But, is there a sirus output as well?
does someone have a diagram of the this radio?

thanks for the help....
Old 09-16-2006, 11:05 PM
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Default RE: RAK radio question sirus\ipod

Sorry, can't answer your question, but I have one for you or anyone else. I just got my 300C and it came with the REF radio. I actually thought I would like it better because of the AUX jack in the front. However, when I activated my SIRIUS Radio, I learned that the radio does not display any of the SIRIUS text information - meaning you don't get song title, genre or artist info. That stinks!

Does the RAK radio display this information?

Does the other RAQ radio display this information?

I am trying to decide if I want to upgrade (give up the AUX). However, I do not want the top end DVD/Navigation radio(REC).

Which one of these might be best? Thxs in advance.
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