XM satellite radio is the only way to go for me when I'm commuting. MP3s are
great too but I don't have that installed in my commuter yet. But I don't
have either in the TR6. Just the 30 year old AM/FM radio that it came with.
But I don't even turn that on when I'm driving. Its just filling the radio
hole. The sound of the car and the road is enough for me. I don't need a
soundtrack to enhance it. ;-)
(Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 07:12:31 -0700
From: "Randall" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: 'Invisible' Antenna
And now you know why I care about weak signal performance. With the
whip on the
Stag I can listen to KOLA all the way to work, but with the Chevy's
antenna it would fade out about halfway there.
93.1 switched formats about 6 months ago, they've gotten much more like
to be and away from repeating the top 40 over and over again. I listen
in the garage, but I still like my MP3 player better than any of them
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