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    Default Satellite Radio ?

    Is there ever going to be satellite radio receivers that let you listen to multiple subscription services? I'm really interested, but I don't want to have to pick between the two current providers, and I don't want to have to buy two receivers.
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    I highly doubt it. You'll have to choose either XM or Sirius. personally, I like XM.

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    you might be able to get one and then use a FM modulator for the other, im not sure if thatd work or not, but if it did you would lose sound quality
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    There just seems to be something wrong with having to buy a receiver that locks me into a specific service! The cost to change services gets really high, which is good for them, bad for the consumer. Someone is going to build a receiver that you can install a chip in, much like the new TV's. I think I'll wait for that type of development.
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