David Thornton on Sirius Movin' the Chains Today

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by KobeChaz, Apr 6, 2006.

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  1. KobeChaz

    KobeChaz Guest

    Just wanted to let anybody know who has Sirius. I will post here how the interview goes down.
  2. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

    Is that radio available in a portable headset like an MP3 player is?
    I need that if it is...
  3. danny

    danny Guest

    I know you can get it w/ a "boom box" but I don't know about the portable headset. You can log onto your computer and listen by using your password and user name on Sirius.com.

    Regardless, the NFL station kicks but. Especially for out of town fans.
  4. Broken Record

    Broken Record Biscuit Eater Staff

    Yeah, Sirius has a portable model with headphones, but I don't know how well it works. I read some reviews on a first generation portable player a few months ago and everyone said it sucked (very difficult to get good reception).
  5. rcarie

    rcarie Tac Head

    What time does that show come on? And what channel?
  6. KobeChaz

    KobeChaz Guest

    It's on channel 124. It has not come on yet. They keep saying he will be on shortly. They have a portable headset model, but I don't think it gets good reception. I use the reciever that I use in my car in my "boombox". It gets great reception, even indoors.
  7. Titantonic

    Titantonic Camp Fodder

    I use the same setup KobeChaz...at first I was just carrying the boombox back and forth from my car...thought I had hit upon a brilliant idea until I realized it was going to cost $10 to replace the batteries in that thing every couple weeks. I went out and bought the car kit for $50 and keep the boombox plugged in in the house...lol
  8. KobeChaz

    KobeChaz Guest

    As far as I know he never came on. Oh well.
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