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SIRIUS XM RADIO INTRODUCES NEW TABLETOP RADIO FOR RECEIVING PREMIUM INTERNET CHANNELS SIRIUS Tabletop Internet Radio

makes it easy to enjoy SIRIUS XMs online programming in the home or office without the need for a computer NEW YORKAugust 26, 2009SIRIUS XM Radio today introduced the SIRIUS Tabletop Internet Radio (TTR1), a stylish and convenient way to bring SIRIUS XMs Premium Online content to the home or office using a wired or wireless high-speed Internet connection. The full-featured TTR1 is easy to set up and use, offering a complete listening solution for subscribers who want to use their high-speed Internet connection to access SIRIUS XMs online channels without the need for a computer. "The SIRIUS Tabletop Internet Radio is an attractive radio for our subscribers who want a convenient way to listen to SIRIUS XM programming beyond their vehicle, whether in their office, kitchen, living room or bedroom," said Bob Law, Group Vice President and General Manager, After Market Division, SIRIUS XM Radio. Out of the box, the TTR1 gives subscribers convenient access to SIRIUS XMs Premium Online channels. The TTR1 has a unique interface that includes a network connection wizard that walks users through a few simple steps to set up and access the Premium Online channels through their wired or wireless high-speed Internet connection. Customers can add Premium SIRIUS Internet Radio to an existing SIRIUS satellite radio subscription or sign-up for a stand-alone subscription for online listening only. All subscribers to the service can easily connect the TTR1 to the Internet to listen to their favorite sports, talk, news, entertainment and commercial-free music programming, as well as exclusive showcase channels that are not available via satellite radio. TTR1 features include: - Sleek tabletop design that fits in with most dcors. - Powerful, full-range sound with built-in 2-way speakers. - Auto-set Clock and Dual Alarms with sleep and snooze timers that can be independently set to a favorite SIRIUS XM channel or buzzer. - Large display that automatically adjusts brightness to different environments to easily view artist name, song title and clock functions. - Remote Control that allows users to easily control the radio from across the room. - User-selectable sound equalizer settings. - Direct access to 10 favorite channel presets from the front panel buttons or the remote control. - Parental controls to lock-out channels with controversial content The TTR1 measures 11 x 7.25 x 3.75. It includes a wired Ethernet jack for customers who have network connectivity near their listening location; Aux-In capability for connecting a digital music player or alternate audio source; and line-out for connection to a stereo or home entertainment system. Connections are also available for headphones. The TTR1 is compatible with 802.11b & 802.11g wireless networks with WEP and WPA2 security.

SiriusXM Tabletop Internet Radio Model #: TTR1 Use a high-speed Internet connection to enjoy SiriusXM Internet Radio in the home or office. The TTR1 Tabletop Internet Radio works exclusively with the SiriusXM Internet Radio service, allowing you to enjoy your favorite commercial-free music, plus expert sports analysis, talk and entertainment throughout your home. It's easy to set up and easy to use - no computer required. Requires a prepaid recurring subscription to SiriusXM Internet Radio.

FEATURES:

Enjoy SiriusXM Internet Radio in your home or office over a high-speed Internet connection. Easy to set up, easy to use - no computer required. Enjoy powerful, full-range sound through high fidelity speakers and user selectable sound equalizer settings. Tabletop design fits on counter or desk. Wake up to your favorite channels using dual alarms with sleep and snooze timers. Control the radio from across the room with the included Remote Control. View artist name and song title on the large display. Set your 10 favorite channels for easy access. Display brightness automatically adjusts to the light in the room. Use the headphone jack for personal listening, plus auxiliary input and output for connection to other audio devices. Time is set automatically over the Internet.

Specifications Audio Output Power 5W RMS per channel

Audio Outputs: Headphone Line Out 3.5 mm mini stereo jack 3.5 mm mini stereo jack

Audio Input: Aux In Remote Control Battery Power Requirements 3.5 mm mini stereo jack CR2025 100-240V AC ~50/60Hz, 0.7A

Dimensions: Radio 11 in (W) X 7.25 in (H) X 3.75 in (D) 283 mm (W) x 185 mm (H) x 95 mm (D) Remote Control 2 in (W) x 3.3 in (H) x .25 in (D) 52 mm (W) x 85 mm (H) x 5 mm (D)

Weight: Radio 6.3 lbs (2.85 kg)

What's Included:

TTR1 Radio Remote Control User Guide Quick Start Guide

What's Not Included:

A prepaid recurring subscription to SiriusXM Internet Radio

SiriusXM Internet Radio Service & Subscription Q: I have a Premium XM Radio Online account, or a Premium SiriusXM Radio Online account. Will it work with the SiriusXM TTR1? A: Yes, both of those services have been combined to form the SiriusXM Internet Radio Service. If you have an existing XM Radio Online account, you need to update your password so it's compatible with the TTR1. You may also need to update your username if it's longer than 20 characters. Visit https://care.siriusxm.com/login_view.action and sign in using your account username and password. Follow the instructions to update XM Radio Online username and password information. Always use the latest software update for your TTR1 located in the Software Update section in the System Setup option in the main TTR1 menu. Q: What SiriusXM programming can I listen to on the SIRIUS Tabletop Internet Radio? A: The SiriusXM Tabletop Internet Radio (TTR1) supports the full SiriusXM Internet Radio (SXIR) channel lineup, including "The Best of" programming. The content you receive on your TTR1 is dependent on your subscription. Note: due to licensing restrictions, some channels available on Satellite Radio may not be available on the TTR1. Similarly, there are some channels available exclusively on the SXIR service. Please visit http://www.siriusxm.com/channellineup for the latest channel lineup information. Q: How do I obtain a SXIR account? A: If you are not yet subscribed to SiriusXM Internet Radio, or if you are an existing SIRIUS Satellite Radio subscriber, visithttp://www.sirius.com/siriusinternetradio or call 1-888-539-7474. If you are an existing XM subscriber, visithttp://www.xmradio.com/listenercare, or call 800-XM-RADIO (967-2346). Q: Can I add the SXIR to my existing subscription? A: Yes, if you have an existing Satellite Radio subscription, you can add SXIR to your existing account. If you do not have a Satellite Radio subscription you can sign up for a new SXIR account. Q: Can I listen to other Internet radio services on my TTR1? A: No, the TTR1 works exclusively with SXIR service.

Installation Q: What is new in software version 4B1? A: Software version 4B1 adds compatibility for XM Radio Online (XMRO) customers. Note that XMRO customers need to log into the online account management webpage (http://home.xmradio.com) and update their password. Usernames longer than 20 characters will also need to be updated.

Q: What is new in software version 2B1? A: Software version 2B1 improves compatibility with some networking equipment. No user features were added or changed. It is available via online update. If your TTR1 doesn't automatically prompt you to perform the update, you can manually start the update by pressing MENU, then going to System Setup.. Software Update... Check Now. Q: What do I need to use my TTR1? A: In order to use the TTR1, you'll need a logon and password for a SiriusXM Internet Radio (SXIR) account and access to a high-speed wired or wireless Internet connection. Your Internet service must provide data at 128 kbps or more. (Most DSL and cable modem services provide more than ten times this minimum necessary level of performance.) If the wireless network is secure, you will need the SSID and password. Note: You will only need to enter your SXIR username and password the first time you logon. Q: What is a Wi-Fi password? A: A Wi-Fi password is an optional feature that is used to secure your wireless home network and encrypt communication so only authorized devices can see it. If your Wi-Fi router was set up with encryption turned on, then anyone connecting needs this password. The password for the TTR1 will be the same password that used for connecting a laptop to your network. If you don't know the password, see your router's setup instructions or ask the person who set up your network. TTR1 supports three encryption modes (WEP, WPA and WPA2 security) and needs to be configured to use the same mode as your router. Q: How can I tell if my wireless network is working? A: If you have a laptop connected to the wireless network, make sure you can browse the Internet. Using the TTR1 Network Wizard to scan for your network's name (SSID) and use the TUNE knob to select it. (Note if the SSID is not broadcast you will need to know what it is and enter it.) Finally, push MENU > System Setup > Software Update > Check Now. If you get the message "Software up to date" or "New version available", then you are connected to the Internet. If you get the message "Login failed" you don't have connection to the Internet. Q: I am connected to my Wi-Fi network. How do I receive SIR programming? A: First, make sure that you have entered your SIR username and password in the SiriusXM Setup menu. Then, turn on the TTR1, push the menu button and select SiriusXM. Select a category and channel to listen.

TTR1 Features and Functions Q: How do I save and recall favorite channels on the TTR1? A: It is easy to save and access up to 10 of your favorite channels on the TTR1. To save a favorite channel, simply press and hold one of the 10 numbered press buttons on the radio or remote control. The favorite channel is saved when the display reads "Preset Stored". To tune a preset channel, simply press and release the desired preset number. Q: Is there an alarm clock or sleep timer on the TTR1? A: Yes, there are two independent alarms that can be used to play a SXIR channel or buzzer at a pre-selected time. Both alarms have a snooze feature. Alarms can be set to play once, daily, or only on weekdays or weekends. In addition, you can set the sleep timer in 5-minute increments to fall asleep to your favorite SXIR channels to have the radio automatically turn off. Q: Can I dim the display so it is not bright when I am sleeping? A: Yes, the TTR1 display automatically adjusts to the light in the room. In addition, you can manually set the displays brightness. Q: Can I block mature content? A: Yes, the TTR1 supports parental controls that allow you to select channels you would like to block, and set a 4digit passcode to be entered in order to play those channels.

Q: Can I connect the TTR1 to other audio devices? A: Yes, the TTR1 has an auxiliary input to connect other audio sources and an auxiliary output to connect to a separate audio system. It also includes a headphone jack for personal listening.

Troubleshooting Q: What should I do if my TTR1 displays "HTTP Error"? A: This indicates a network problem. To fix this problem, unplug the TTR1 from the wall outlet, wait 20 seconds, and then plug it back in. Q: What does it mean when I see "buffering" on the TTR1 display? A: Buffering means that the TTR1 needs to receive more data from the network. Typically, it will clear and the TTR1 will start playing after a few seconds. This may happen from time to time depending on the amount of network traffic accessing the Internet. If the "buffering" message appears on the TTR1and remains for more than a minute, turn the TTR1 off and on again. If the message remains on the display, it could be due to a weak wireless signal. Try moving the TTR1 closer to the Wi-Fi access point until the signal strength indicator on the lower-right corner of the TTR1 display steadily shows three bars. Q: What does it mean when I receive the message "Login failed"? A: Your user name and password may be wrong or invalid or you may not be subscribed to PREMIUM SXIR service. Check your account online at http://www.sirius.com or by calling SiriusXM Customer Care at (888) 5397474. Note: You should only need to login the first time you access SXIR service. Q: What does it mean when I see "Failed to Connect" on the TTR1 display? A: You are not successfully connected to your high-speed wired or wireless network. Verify the network information and try again. It may be necessary to move the TTR1 closer to your wireless access point to receive a stronger signal. Q: What does it mean when I see "Stream Closed" on the TTR1 display? A: This usually means that your PSXIR account credentials (username & password) are being used by another device or for online PC listening. Each subscription allows you to listen to SXIR on one device at a time. Alternatively, after a long period of inactivity on the TTR1, the connection may time-out. Turn the radio off and on again and it will reconnect. To prevent this kind of time-out, periodically adjust the volume or any other control.