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Old December 28th, 2007, 07:36 PM   #1
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Default Building toolbox radio

I have this Sirius satellite tuner my buddy gave to me a while back that I cant seem to get rid of, so I was thinking what to do with it and figured I could use it to make a nice radio for my toolbox at work. I thought I could make a wood box for the car radio and reciever, then buy or make boxes for maybe a pair of 6x9s. My questions are:
1. Does Sirius still refuse to work in anything other than an open field? I had the service a couple years ago, and the signal was terrible inside a building.

2. How do I power the damn thing? Im certainly no el3trikul g3Enyus, so whatever I use will have to be more or less plug-n-play.

3. Is this just too redneck for my own good and I should just quit while Im ahead and buy a radio from Best Buy or something?
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