XM Radio

How does XM Radio sound from vintage receivers will it work.

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Clarification Request
FYI I will be moving your discussion to the..

TVs & Home Theaters forum as it is more appropriate there. Besides all the audiophiles hang out there Grin


Post was last edited on October 29, 2015 12:31 PM PDT

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Should work.

Once you go analog, you won't go back. - Some 70's person said that.

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