I am paying for XM in my car and would also like it in my house. I have a Denon AVR-3808CI that has a XM tuner built into it. Is there a way to use the account I'm paying for in my car also in my home receiver?
At a time when even cable companies are letting you access you subscription programming online and on demand, why does it hurt SiriusXM to allow this kind of flexibility with their subs? This is the cheapest way to make their membership valuable. Out of greed of nickel and diming the very few who wouldnt mind paying, why not consider it as an enticement to get more basic subs in the first place?
The only way to share a subscription at home would be to buy a dockable radio that could be removed from the car and brought inside (I assume you're using the factory radio in your car).
Unfortunately each radio needs it's own subscription.
One other option would be to buy an internet XM radio for the house. You would have to pay for online streaming but I think it's only $5 a month (not sure). They connect to your home network and that way you wont have to run an antenna outside.