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This product is discontinued but we may have a small supply. Buy before they run out.
Intended to be a replacement unit only. Since you will need other docks and accessories.
Stay Tuned to XM - in Your Car, at Home, or on the Go! AirWare XM2go Player from Pioneer.
Pioneer now offers a compact, hand-held XM Radio receiver that lets you enjoy XM Radio's Ultimate Playlist of more than 150 channels in the car, at home, or anywhere you go. The package includes a complete vehicle accessory kit, including a docking station, cigarette lighter power adapter, and car antenna, so you can listen to XM broadcasts through the in-car audio system.
The AirWare can also quickly and easily become part of your home entertainment center. Equipped with a home antenna, docking station, RCA cables, and wireless remote control, the AirWare can broadcast via RCA inputs or FM.
The lightweight (7.2oz) XM receiver comes with ear bud headphones and a belt clip for listening on the go.
The AirWare also boasts excellent user-friendliness. Designed for easy control and fast access, the unit features both a dial and numerical keys for going directly to channels. In addition, users can preset up to 30 favorite channels.
Enjoy 100% commercial-free music; live concerts; exclusive interviews; Major League Baseball- any team, all season long; exclusive Satellite Radio broadcasts of NASCAR races; and much more, with crystal clear sound- all at your fingertips.
Live Mode & Memory Mode
The AirWare offers two listening modes. "Live Mode" delivers live broadcasts of all of XM's 68 commercial-free music channels, plus premier news, sports, talk, traffic, and weather channels. Selecting "Memory Mode" commands the unit to store up to five hours of new XM content without computer downloading or list management.
The unit's large, illuminated 2.5-inch LCD screen displays a wide range of text information from XM Radio, including stock prices and sports scores - in addition to station name, channel number, artist name, and song title.