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SiriusXM - Tour Radio with 360L and Vehicle Kit - Black

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Buy

    Great Upgrade Great Radio Bluetooth & connects to WiFi in home

    Posted by Anonymous

  • Rated 1 out of 5 stars


    I paid full price but was clearly sent an open box item.

    Posted by MikeH

  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Pretty nice radio overall but could be improved

    I’ve been a SiriusXM subscriber since 2005. It was XM at the time and three years before they merged with Sirius. For the record XM went on the air 9/25/2001 and Sirius 7/2/2002. I have owned several radios over the past 15 years and this one is a good one but not perfect. Pros: Nice bright clear display with 16.7 million colors and 800X480 resolution. Touch screen. Bluetooth and line out connectivity for audio output. WiFi for integrating Pandora and SXM streaming, SXM On Demand and voice commands. Dual band Satellite receiver. Compatible with home base kit and boombox. Includes mounting kit for A/C vent and adhesive base with ball head. Easy to set up and use but takes a little time if you use all the options integrating Pandora and SXM On Demand. Extra SXM content with WiFi. Product seems well constructed but only has a 90 day warranty. :-( Cons: Super Slow to boot taking about a minute and a half. Screen brightness doesn’t auto dim at night. Some delay with the Touch Screen but I think it’s by design since a bumpy road could make for a missed touch when your finger is approaching it and getting close. Voice Control requires a WiFI Internet connection. Using a smartphone for a WiFi Hotspot could be a problem for some people depending on the service plan they may have. Only a 90 Day Warranty. Really Voxx? That’s all the confidence you have in the quality of a product that you sell for $150? The kit includes mounting hardware for placing the radio in front of an air conditioning vent with clips or a ball head mount with an adhesive bottom. Even a couple of alcohol pads for cleaning the surface you mount the ball head to. I ended up using the ball head mount in a console cubby. See photos. The 4 screws are for mounting the radio to the plate on the ball mount or the vent mount. Not for bolting it to your dash but you could if so desired. Installation can be as simple as just sticking the magnetic base antenna on the vehicle’s roof, plugging in the power adapter and then plugging both of those into the radio and start enjoying it via built in FM transmitter. But that wouldn't be very practical or neat. The roof mount magnetic base antenna has plenty of wire with it to run under trim pieces and be neatly hidden out of site. Do note that it’s actually extremely small coaxial cable so be careful not kink it or bind it to the point of crushing it. The “large” power plug also contains circuitry to drop the voltage from 12 to 13.8 volts DC to 5 volts DC at least 1.5 amps. The wire from it is much shorter than the antenna but will reach anywhere around the dash and then some. Connecting the audio to your vehicle’s audio system can be done with the supplied audio cable, built in FM transmitter or Bluetooth. I had no problem connecting it to my 2017 Honda Ridgeline’s radio's Bluetooth. The radio’s display shows Channel, Artist and Song playing. Station preset buttons 1 and 2 were remapped to Play and Pause. The Station Preset / Volume Control on the steering wheel will let you back up or go forward in the current song, depending how long it’s been playing, with the station preset buttons. This will probably vary on other vehicle’s radios. I tested the line out of the Tour with the AUX audio in and that worked fine as did the FM transmitter option. These options do not show any song info in the vehicle's radio display. The 4.3” touch screen is easy to navigate and you swipe right or left to scroll through channels and other menu screens. You can save up to 18 favorite Channels. Some of the features that I like is that when you change channels it will usually start at the beginning of the current song playing on that channel. This feature is only supposed to work when using the streaming option but seems to work on the Satellite Channels too. You can back up to the previous song(s) you have listened to or start a song over. You can pause a song and skip forward and reverse in what is buffered in the current channel memory. You can also set song alerts to let you know when a favorite is playing. I also have an Onyx radio with the home kit made by the same manufacturer, Voxx. The bases are the same and this radio will operate with it but the Home Base’s power supply’s current output is only 1 amp and this radio needs 1.5 amps to work correctly. If you use the 1 amp power supply it will boot up but it won’t work when you hit a button or try to operate it. It will reboot. The remote control with the Onyx will work with the Tour but not correctly. Some things work with it and some don’t. So if you want to use the radio in your home you will need to get the correct Home Kit for the Tour. Or, if your SiriusXM package includes streaming, just stream it to a device. SiruisXM is also carried on Dish Network. The Tour lets you integrate Satellite Channels, Pandora and SiriusXM On Demand together for easy recall on the Tour’s screen. Doing this and using Voice Control will require you to connect the Tour to a WiFi Internet connection. On the road you will need to use your smartphone’s WiFi Hotspot. Internet router at home. I had no problems connecting to my Note 10+ or my wife’s Note 9 to Bluetooth or WiFi as well as various Bluetooth earbuds by Sony, Aftershokz and Master and Dynamic. Conclusion: I think this is a good SiriusXM Radio that should please most people. But I also think it might be trying to do too much. Unless you have the most minimal SiriusXM package you will be able to stream SXM to a device such as your smartphone via the SXM app or Alexa or Google devices. Same goes for Pandora. I see the marketing point but is it worth the trouble to setup and use? And the 90 day warranty is a joke. So I’m giving it 3 stars. S L O W B o o t U p cost it a star and the 90 Day warranty Cost it another. What would make it better? Speed up the boot up, Add Auto dimming, Give it a 1 Year Warranty, Drop the WiFi - Pandora - On Demand and drop the price $30. That just might make it the Perfect SXM Radio! Just for the record, My pocket sized Samsung Helix / Pioneer Inno, was the best XM radio I ever had. I wore it out. ;-)

    Posted by MrLowNotes

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