Hi-Def versus Satellite radio?
by novelist12241959 - 3/16/12 10:06 AM
I have a question about Hi-Def FM Receivers reliability versus Satellite Radio.
I own an Auvio H-D FM Receiver, but it only works well, part of the time.
Most of the time, the signal, even when connected to a digital antenna, which has a built-in signal booster, is "iffy", or "fragmented, at best.
Sometimes, my Digital FM signal lasts for hours. Other times, it lasts only seconds.
I just wonder if satellite radio would be better, OR, if satellite radio would just be "different".
Some readers may recall that, about a year ago, I bought a satellite receiver, which the service refused to activate.
Reason: the machine refused me access to some electronic code, which the company demanded. Since the machine refused me access to the code, the service refused to activate the receiver.
THAT machine has been in the local landfill, for about a year.
Now, I am wondering. If I purchase another satellite receiver, and a "boom-box" housing, with its own, built-in antenna, WOULD this provide much more reliable service, than my H-D FM Receiver?
Also, does Satellite Radio ever include "historical tidbits" about composers lives?
Most of all, would satellite radio, in a satellite "boom-box", with its own, built-in antenna, provide more reliable service than my H-D FM Receiver does?