Sirius XM Radio Sportster SP-TK1 Satellite
Take it wherever you want, this is the Sportster SP-TK1. This deck designed Sirius satellite radio has an internal FM transmitter with a... Read More
Take it wherever you want, this is the Sportster SP-TK1. This deck designed Sirius satellite radio has an internal FM transmitter with a remote control, and one touch station jump button makes this radio receiver functionally easy. Created to maximize listening experience of live sports, this car & home satellite radio receiver also has programmer alert and auto shut down. Having 30 preset channels with direct channel entry and parental control lock, this Sirius satellite radio is easy to fix. You can also skip and add channels to get your favorite one and there is more, you get a home and car kit with this car & home satellite radio receiver. Get terrestrial and celestial fun with the Sportster SP-TK1. Minimize
Product Review Summary
7 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jan 25, 2006
Pros: Easy to set up, easy to use, lots of stations
Cons: Long trip require reprogramming the FM station sometimes Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 31, 2006
love it - I'll never go back to FM
Pros: Howard Stern, Dave Ramsey and Elvis!
Cons: Antenna must remain attached to receiver. Not too portable inside house. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 6, 2006
Love my Sportster
Pros: Song alert, Team alert, Score alert, large display
Cons: No artist alert Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 13, 2008
2.5 years later...
Pros: Easy to use, survives my child's abuse, remote control, good reception overall
Cons: A little bulky, yet another thing to plug into a dc outlet
If your looking to get into satellite radio, this is a nice purchase. This system is great outside and in the car, but struggles a bit indoors without careful/strategic placement. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 6, 2005
So far, so good
Pros: Great sound, nice features
Cons: Form factor is a little large, cable runs can be tricky
If you're tired of local radio choices (or lack there of) and/or want out of market sports coverage, Sirius is awesome. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 15, 2007
OK but not great - unit, service, technology
Pros: Large display, easy to setup, "Sirius Disorder" worth the price alone
Cons: Cheaply made parts broke after 9 months. Support is hard to reach.
If purchasing this unit, have it permanently mounted and skip the FM transmitter and use the cradle's FM-out. Make sure to write down all details when setting up service. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 11, 2006
a RADIO review, not a Sirius review
Pros: None. Well, it IS cheap.
Cons: Breaks after 1 year. Doesn't hold a signal. Hard-to-use signal selection switch.
Cheap, doesn't last, waste of money. Buy something decent the first time. Read More at Epinions.com