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Old 12-21-2012, 10:13 PM   #1
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Mediabridge questions

Ok, so I have about the dice mediabridge 1500 I just ordered.
Everything I have seen on the mediabridge and Sirius compatibility revolves around the SCC1 tuner. Is this the only tuner that will function with the mediabridge? I ordered an "sxv200" universal Sirius connect. I order this one because its ability to tune to extra channels that the SCC1 cannot. Was this a mistake? Will my sxv200 be compatible with the mediabridge or should I cancel the order and just get a SCC1?

My second question: Will the mediabridge's Bluetooth function work with the voice button on my steering wheel? If not, is there anyway to make it function?

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