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|Play your favorite games and listen to your preferred radio channels on the go with the Sportster SP4-TK1R that gives you a good company. This Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver is designed to be user-friendly, compact and highly portable. With game alert feature, this Sirius Radio Receiver lets you enjoy games like never before. The Sportster SP4-TK1R comes with readable display, accessible buttons and a turning knob for you convenience. The amazing feature of this Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver is that it is compact and can be moved from your car to home. You can easily adjust brightness or contrast of the LCD display of this Sirius Radio Receiver, for desired effect.|
|Compatible Service||For Sirius|
|Analog Tuner Bands||Satellite|
Average review score based on 2 user reviews
I own another Sportster 4 that I paid full retail for, this second one is to bounce around. This model will not do ala carte programming from Sirius/XM you need a newer radio like Starmate 5 or Stratus 6, but if you talk to the programming people IN PERSON on the phone you can usually haggle for a discounted programming price. Sirius/XM is finally waking up that while their subscription base is broad the listening habits of that base is not. Why pay for radio that you do not listen too? I have trouble filling up the first 10 presets on my radio so a reduced programming fee would be nice. I am also burned that the new "music royalty fee" is not better adjusted. Not Sirius/XM fault, just another way the music industry is milking the public.
Bottom line, id you can get a Sportster 4 cheap on eBay and don't mind haggling with the Sirius people on the phone you can get a nice radio with "cheaper" fees and enjoy commercial free radio at a reduced rate. Both radios are over 4 years in age and I have had no issues with them. Be patient with your bidding, and you can pick up a nice radio at a fair price for you and the seller.