I hate messy "adapters" and wires all over
the dash when trying to hook up addtional
devcies to a car stereo.
I would like to add XM to the car, keep the
original factory stereo, but I don't want holes
drilled, use adhesives, etc.
I have the Delphi Sky-Fi w/home kit.
In examining the auto kit it occured to me that
it may be possible to integrate the XM car holder
to the slide in cassette adapter thus eliminating
one set of wires. Possible?
Perhaps integrating a small FM modulator into
the base of the XM auto adapter would be
Does the antenna have to be installed outside
Has anyone come up with some creative XM
auto installations without having a mess of
How about a base unit tha plugs directly into
the cigarette lighter, has the Sky-Fi cradle
mounted on a flexible neck, incorporates an FM
modulator and an antenna on top? No wires at
Maybe this item could be made with the current
car kit and some creative drill work?
Just some thoughts.