SIRIUS XM Radio Presents MiRGE


sirius-xm-mirge1Hopefully the first of many to come, Sirius XM announced their first interoperable satellite radio. This radio is designed to give you access to 100% of all content offered by the company. Having both services in two different cars will be a thing of the past. The “SIRIUS Everything plus XM Everything” package will be available at a monthly cost of $19.99, which is a savings on the cost of paying two monthly subscriptions for both services. With an MSRP of $249.99, MiRGE is scheduled to be available in early spring 2009 at shop.sirius.com andshop.xmradio.com.


The MiRGE can:
– Effortlessly switch between SIRIUS and XM at the touch of a button
– Display channel information on a large, customizable color screen
– Display a real-time programming guide – view the current channel plus
three other channels at the same time
– Pause, rewind and replay up to 60 minutes of live SIRIUS or XM
programming
– Surf channels on the fly using the large rotary tuning knob
– Alert listeners to favorite artists and songs that are playing on
another channel of the active service with TuneSelect
– Track the latest scores and update on stock while listening to live
SIRIUS XM programming
– Save 10 favorite SIRIUS and XM channels for fast access
– Lock and unlock channels individually or lock all explicit content
channels on both services with easy to use parental control

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  • Dsmcmeans01

    Looked forever before I found one. It was second hand new unopened, seller said she got it as a gift and had no use for it. It lasted 8 months now screen won’t light up. I have had 6 sattelite radios, this is the first unreliable one I have had. (now they are available on XM’s website).