Bringing Satellite Radio Aboard

Satellite radio at sea is nothing new, but here’s an overview of some of the things to keep in mind when switching from more traditional sources of entertainment….
“Owners of older boats that are not equipped with satellite radios have two choices available to them, says Smith. The existing radio can be replaced with a new one, or it can be augmented with a satellite radio receiver that connects and plays through the existing system. Many of the latter, referred to as plug-and-play adapters, fit into a permanently mounted docking station and send their output to the existing radio by plug-in wiring or by an internal wireless FM transmitter.”

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