Nice system, you can't go wrong with this product. I had the Revolution II from Invision Industries installed in a Nissan Maxima and have since sold to my brother-in-law. I used the money from the sale to help buy the satellite dish. I paid $1,599 + tax from the Nissan dealer about 2 years ago.MsS42 said:
Thanks, I really love this system. Now I don't have to go into the stores or mall, I just sit in the car and watch tv while the misses do the shopping. Doesn't matter if she spends two hours in the store anymore.gbshuler said:You are a God of entertainment. Congratulations.
Just for completeness, there is a more mainstream solution coming exclusively to Chrysler this year called Sirius Backseat TV. It should migrate to other platforms for the 2009 model year. By then, maybe.. Sirious and XM will have merged (allowing the product to be used in GM vehicles)
cravenfan, you are really funny...i laugh everytime i read some of your posts. ;DCravenfan said:
I don't think that's true. I have had DirectTV for years, and Sunday Ticket and I never ever hooked my recievers up to the phone lines. I don't even have a landline phone in my house.gbshuler said:To get local channels and NFL Sunday Ticket you need to periodically prove you live in the metro area. This is normally done by the receiver making an outbound call to a central number. The caller ID of the phone making the call identifies your metro area.
Adding video entertainment to my SUV has nothing to do with the bling factor. Unless you know anything about this system, you would have no idea what it is on the roof. Look around the forum and I think you will find more bling-bling than this dish on my roof.MsS42 said:cravenfan, you are really funny...i laugh everytime i read some of your posts. ;DCravenfan said:
I think its the 'bling factor'... that huge thing would cover the entire 2nd moonroof. a little much for my taste.