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I am considering getting XM, probably Roady 2. I borrowed a unit to try in my office, home and car. Everyone was good except the FM Transmitter in the car. Too many local FM stations, couldn't find a clean totally clean frequency. I am considering replacing the car stereo to get something with an AUX input but I see some units are "XM Ready". What exactly does that mean? How would a Roady 2 connect to an "XM Ready" head unit in the dash? I don't want to pay for a separate XM subscription for the car.