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Sirius planning new low-cost receiver

updated 08:20 am EST, Wed November 8, 2006

Sirius InV Receiver

Sirius hopes to replace its entry-level Sirius One receiver soon, according to a report by Orbitcast. The new iNV SV2-TK1 model would exchange the small, overhead design of the One for a dash-mountable receiver similar to Sirius' current lineup that provides greater information and control. A larger, three-line LCD will provide simultaneous channel, artist, and song information. Similarly, the extra physical space will allow for quicker access to commands, parental controls, and a Jump button for quick access to a favorite channel. Unlike newer full-size receivers, however, owners will need to plug in more conventional wires instead of using the more recent, universal Sirius plug-and-play connector. The new model is expected to go on sale in the near future for $60. Click through for a full photo.



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