Why Sirius Satellite Radio?
Have you ever noticed that broadcasters play the same songs over and over on the radio? Even great songs have a way of becoming tiresome when that happens. And sometimes you just can't find anything you want to hear, even though you are going through all of your Favorites presets. That’s won't happen to you with satellite radio. There are over 150 stations from which to choose.
If you think you had a good rock station or two on your broadcast radio list, try satellite. The rock programming ranges from rock you haven't heard for years to rock you won't hear on broadcast radio because it is not commercial enough. It is often referred to as "underground' music. That usually means it's real good stuff.
Stations don't play good jazz on the radio, but they do on satellite radio. You can get your smooth "elevator-ish" jazz if you like, but if you want to really hear what is going on in jazz, as well as how it got where it is today, you need satellite radio. The same can be said for blues, country and other types of wonderful music.
If you love talk radio, particularly news radio, Sirius is a must have. AM radio will drive you bananas after a while because it sounds tinny and the signal is often week. Try listening to talk radio from a satellite for a while and you will never go back to AM.
Aside from the styles of music and talk radio, there are some popular hosts for those shows: Howard Stern, Joan Jett, Marky Ramone of the Ramones, and Eminem. Do you have a favorite artist you want to hear all the time: How about an all Rolling Stones channel? Other artists that have or have had stations dedicated to them include Elvis, Bruce Springsteen and the Who.
It is definitely worth adding satellite radio to your entertainment arsenal. Getting a Kenwood compatible Sirius Satellite radio tuner will put you right into the game. The transition is easy with the SIRIUS Connect for Kenwood. We found it available for $99 at the Sirius Shop, an online store that specializes in selling equipment for SiriusXM Satellite Radio supplies. You can visit them and see the product here: Sirius Shop.