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Sirius TTR1 Tabletop Internet Radio (Black)


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  • Enjoy SIRIUS entertainment in your home or office using your high-speed internet connection
  • Premium audio quality in a sleek tabletop design that fits in with most dandeacute;cors
  • 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 automatically adjusts brightness to different environments to easily view artist name, song title and clock functions
  • Remote Control allows users to easily control the radio from across the room

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33.7 x 17.8 x 24.1 cm ; 998 g
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 Kg
  • Item model number: TTR1
  • ASIN: B002Q0W82A
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 11 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,919 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Amazon.ca Product Description

Bring SIRIUS' internet radio commercial-free music, plus expert sports analysis, news, talk and entertainment to any room in your home using your high-speed internet connection. Dynamic Sound…Style and Function…Remote Control...works exclusively with SIRIUS internet radio service.

Product Description

Bring SIRIUS' internet radio commercial-free music, plus expert sports analysis, news, talk and entertainment to any room in your home using your high-speed internet connection. Dynamic Sound...Style and Function...Remote Control...works exclusively with SIRIUS internet radio service.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DFK on Feb. 29 2012
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The Sirius Internet Radio plays channels from your existing Sirius subscription, by downloading from your high-speed Internet router. It will connect either with a network cable, or wirelessly via your Wi-Fi (Local Area Network/LAN). You could listen to your Sirius channels through your computer, but this radio offers portability (anywhere within wireless range, 120 volt power required), and simplicity of operation. To get this unit working for the first time, you will need your Sirius login and password and, for wireless operation, your router key/password.
PROS:
- relatively easy first-time setup; took only 15 minutes;
- very simple operation once set up;
- portable within wireless range;
- auxiliary input and output, earphone jack;
- menu system is fairly intuitive;
- will do its own software updating;
- solidly built - not a cheap plastic cabinet;
- program info readout, two built-in alarms, snooze button;
- compact remote control;
- so far (knock on wood) it's proven to be more consistent and reliable than the satellite receiver, which suffers from weather and obstruction problems.
CAUTIONS:
- satellite receiver not required, but you do need a Sirius subscription and high-speed Internet service;
- sound is stereo, but fidelity about what you would expect from four-inch speakers. For better sound, run the auxiliary output through your regular hi-fi;
- if you are doing a data-intensive download on your computer(a movie, for example) while listening to the Sirius radio, you may experience audio dropouts, because your router might not be able to keep up with both demands. This is not a fault of the Sirius radio.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kent Sorensen on Aug. 3 2013
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It works as expected. Unlike the web service it keeps playing and doesn't need to be confirmed every 90 minutes. Only little snag I ran into was with the username, which is actually the radio id, not your siriusxm main account username. The field on the TTR1 where you enter the radio id can only fit 20 characters, and mine was longer. The radio id can't be changed online (at the time of this review) so I had to call tech support to have the radio id shortened. Apart from that, no issue. Good sound quality, straight forward menu system, recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By frank. backer on Aug. 30 2013
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Works great. I can move it to any room or outside. Love the fact that it was around 40% off the regular price.
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It was easy to set up and does what it is supposed to do. The main problems are its tinny sound and the almost unreadable buttons on the remote.
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182 of 186 people found the following review helpful
Simply amazing Dec 22 2009
By Nameless Faceless User - Published on Amazon.com
I'll answer the two big questions first: Howard Stern? yes. Do you need to keep clicking a button so the radio doesn't shut off? no (see comment below). At least, as of right now. The radio is capable of both software and channel updates.

update: As of now, the Sirius website requires a human click every 90 minutes for streaming audio. This particular radio will play for hours without intervention but will eventually shut off. These features may be updated at whim by Sirius through software updates.

How does it sound? It sounds exactly as described - it's meant to be a tabletop boombox. It's the perfect companion for garage, laundry room, or kitchen. Don't expect real high fidelity sound out of these speakers. It has both a headphone jack and line out jack so it's possible to use amplified speakers or route the output into your home stereo system. When the line output is fed through my home stereo system the sound is wonderful. However, when I plugged my iPod into the aux input I was not impressed with thee quality, which I fault the iPod for.

I've been waiting for a gizmo like this ever since I subscribed to Sirius. I am an apartment dweller with no means for an outdoor antenna. Sirius works great in my car, but the only way I can listen at home is by being chained to my computer. Sirius has always made possible streaming audio from their website. But, every 90 minutes you need to click on the dead man's switch to keep the music flowing. This radio works exactly the same as the Internet streaming but is self-contained with a beautiful display. It also functions as a clock radio, although it's a tad big for the nightstand.

Before purchasing, it's best to become familiar with how streaming audio works on their website. You will need to purchase Internet streaming ability from Sirius in addition to your radio account. Be sure this is all working first.

The radio connects to your local area network via wired Ethernet or wireless with an external 802.11 antenna. You have all the settings available to you - enter the IP address of your choice or select dhcp via wired or wireless. I had a small gotcha, which was it wouldn't connect via WAP so I needed to configure my router for WEP. Everyone is tending to move away from WAP so this was a necessary evil. I entered my ASCII key and it connected just fine. My Sirius username and password worked right away. If you have MAC address filtering, you can retrieve the address via the menus.

The tuner works similar to that of a dashboard radio with a turn and push to click dial. Menus are accessed fairly easily, but it took a little while to get into some of the settings. The first thing I wanted to set was the clock and DST. Be advised that automatic time setting is on by default. The first day, I had to wrestle a bit to get it on the right hour of the day - so, don't set any alarms until you work all this out or put the clock into manual settings if you don't trust it. It's all configurable.

The display has a wonderful signal strength indicator so you can place it for the best reception or switched to wired Ethernet. There is no option for batteries, so you will need an AC outlet and the radio is amazingly heavy for a small box. It has automatic or manual brightness and a remote control, plus an input jack for a CD player or iPod, but no interconnection cables are provided. The display presents the channel name and song name with a nice volume control knob.

If you have Sirius and you're looking for speakers for your iPod or iPhone, get this radio instead of amplified speakers. I'm extremely happy that I can finally listen to Sirius in any room at home without an antenna. You'll need a solid, reliable broadband connection to operate this radio else you will hear dropout's and interruptions. This is not the fault of the radio. Again, test out the streaming audio on your computer first.

edit 2/14/12 - it was great while it lasted. My radio is now suffering from the same connection problems which others have reported. First it would not connect to the network at all. After powering off, unplugging, factory reset, and entering my credentials a few times it started to work again... for two weeks. Now it connects, starts to buffer, then says network timeout. At least I got a few years out of it but would hesitate to buy another one. Other manufacturers are catching up on streaming Internet radios since I wrote my first review. The prices are also coming down.

edit 9/22/13 - I tried Grace Digital for streaming radio and it turned out to be a nightmare. So, I returned to Sirius to purchase another tabletop radio. I plugged it in, ran the "Network Wizard," and was playing music in less than 5 minutes. Great. Then, the network timed out and I had to re-enter all my network information again. Not so great. I tried the manual settings, which require entering the IP, Gateway, DNS, Encryption Type, Encryption Key, and DHCP selection i.e. not for the timid. It took a few tries to figure out what type of network FIOS was running, but hey - it's working again. Then it stopped and I saw the error, "Network Not Ready."

So tired of this. I did something drastic. I started to think that FIOS had some type of bandwidth limitation on their wireless router, so I did something drastic. I turned off the WiFi and purchased another wireless router ZyXEL 3-in-1 Wireless N Pocket Travel Router, Access Point, and Ethernet Client (MWR102) , connected it to one of the wired jacks on the FIOS router, and created my own WiFi network. Again, not for the timid.

What I found is that radio has few hic-up's. You expect it to stall once in a while with network traffic, but it was far less with this new router. Other devices transferred data more easily as well. I let the radio play until the message, "User Inactivity" came up and it stopped playing. Acid test: I just pressed Preset 1 to start the radio playing again.

For the very first time, the radio snapped to life and started playing again, just like you would expect it to do. I did NOT have to re-enter all my network information again. ah-hah! It would appear that the weak link in the chain is the router provided by Verizon FIOS, not the tabletop radio.
59 of 60 people found the following review helpful
Great Radio....slow Buffer Feb. 7 2010
By M. R. Keller - Published on Amazon.com
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I recently purchased this product because I am living in the UK for a couple years and Siruis isn't available anywhere but the US mainland. I had to figure out a way to get this because I can't imagine not having Sirius radio to listen to. This radio is fantastic, the display is great and very well organized, although I wish it was blue instead of amber. All the features were very well thought out. The dual alarms are very convenient and you can choose between a buzzer (which can be set VERY loud) or any Sirius channel. You can set the sleep timer in 5min intervals and the alarm can be set once, daily or weekdays only. It is very easy and simple to set up, you plug it in and then type in your router password and Sirius login info, takes about 2min. The sound is very good, especially for the size of the radio, it is clear and powerful and there are a few different equalizer settings. It works well in the bedroom as an alarm clock or in the living room and is great if you have people over. I dont have the best internet speed where I live but it doesnt phase this radio, no breaks in sound and it is CD quality sound. It also doesnt slow down your internet while it's on. You can set the clock to automatically keep time or manually and you can pick time zones and DST. There is a parental control if you need it. The radio itself is very sturdy and well built, feels very solid. There is one line out and one aux in connection on the left side of the radio. The radio sits great on any flat surface (desk, nightstand, etc.). The only 3 slightly negative things I have to say about this radio is that 1. the buffer time - usually takes about 10sec or so to buffer so if you are trying to switch between stations until you hear a song you like be be prepared to wait on the buffer, but this is to be expected i guess with any internet radio. 2. the size - it is definitely not a compact radio, it will take up your whole nightstand, i was hoping it would be a little smaller however it's not heavy at all if you need to carry it around. 3. no battery option, (and by the way this radio is not dual voltage, 110v only so if you live overseas you need a step down transformer) i wish there was a place for some batteries, even if it was just for backup so you didnt have to reset the clock every time you unplugged it. All in all, this is an outstanding radio and i couldnt have asked for much more.

**Update**: This radio IS in fact Dual Voltage, if you pop off the back cover, there is a port for ethernet and a toggle switch for 110v or 220v.
47 of 48 people found the following review helpful
Had to replace it April 17 2011
By Christopher Hanks - Published on Amazon.com
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After getting a new car with XM radio and liking it, I bought this Sirius TTR1 so that I could listen in my house, too. Set things up with XM to pay the extra 2.99 a month (above and beyond the satellite radio subscription for the car) to get xm internety radio online in my house. Got the radio in March 2011 - set it up - and then yesterday, about a month later, the radio has stopped being able to connect wirelessly. I tried all the troubleshooting and also doing a reset to the "factory settings" and then re-entering all my info (xm user id and password, wireless router SSID and WPA2 key) - and it still won't connect.

So,on balance after one month of use, I would STRONGLY discourage anyone from buying this radio, because it worked for about a month and now has stopped working.

Update to above review: for no apparent reason the radio started working again after I wrote the above review -- and it has worked fine for the last 6 months - but then once again yesterday simply quit being able to connect wirelessly. Once again I did a factory reset, re-entered the key of my wireless router (which the radio was able to find, by the way) but no luck. Just sits there attempting to connect and then failing to connect. Good news is, this time, I called the new Sirius XM "listener care" number (1-866-635-2349) and (eventually, after convincing them the radio was defective - NOT my wireless router, they connected me with another support office (in Indiana somewhereO which is arranging for me to get another TTR1 replacement radio (from yet a third location, in California). When they send a replacement radio, by the way, they offer two options: give them a credit card number and they will send the replacement BEFORE you ship the bad radio back, OR you just send them the bad radio (without giving them your credit card number)and they send you a replacement. I chose the first option - supposed to get the replacement radio in 7-10 days. I have to pay shipping for the return of the bad radio. The person I spoke to at the shop that authorized the replacement, by the way, did not know whether improvements have been made to the TTR1 hardware or software, so the replacement may be just as unreliable as the first TTR1 I bought - but, because this exchange is costing SiriusXM money, maybe they'll take steps to improve the quality of the TTR1 radio. The fact that the folks at the number above were relativley quickly willing to connect me with the office that arranges replacements suggests to me this is a commom problem that SiriusXM is trying to deal with - to the extent they're now willing to replace defective TTR1s even beyond the 90-day warranty.
38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
"Yes: FIVE STARS!" Oct. 15 2010
By Thursday Trader - Published on Amazon.com
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SOME RANDOM NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS: An amazingly BIG rich sound from a small box. Twin stereo speakers. Easy to setup, easy to use. Can be used as a clock radio: has two separate alarms. Has a large snooze/sleep button on top. The clock sets automatically, and stays continuously accurate via the internet connection. If you have a SIRIUS internet subscription you can use it to listen with THIS radio, your computer, smartphone, ipod touch, etc: If you are listening to SIRIUS on one device, and suddenly decide to switch to another device-- your internet connection seamlessly flows from one device to the next. You set up your SIRIUS user name and password once, and the radio forever remembers it. SIRIUS periodically updates the software, and when that happens, the radio automatically fetches it and installs it. The radio has a regular two-pronged AC power cord-- no bulky electrical transformer on the cord!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
SiriusXM Table Top Radio - Needs Help Nov. 11 2011
By Willy P - Published on Amazon.com
Listening to SiriusXM in the car prompted my purchase of this radio direct from SiriusXM. After having to argue over the price (customer service did not want to honor the promo price I had received in a direct from SiriusXM email promo), they finally charged me the full price but said I get a discount on my service package spread over three months - That never happened.

Now for the radio itself. When it worked, it worked well. However, from the first power-up, it seemed to want to drop my account information. At least once every three to four days, the radio went silent. When I looked at the screen, it showed a message, "Network Timeout". When I called the Listener Care Line (Ugh! Three transfers and 20 to 30 minutes of waiting), I was told to do a 'Factory Reset'. That means re-entering account information (username and account password), WiFi network info (SSID and WPA2 info), time zone, and 10 presets. All of this information is entered by spinning the knob to place the cursor over the correct symbol and pushing the Enter button. BTW, all of the phone services seem to be outsourced and I had to really struggle to both understand the rep and labor through them reading the prompts from their computer screens while working down through the fault resolution tree. Last comment on the radio itself - the sound from the internal speakers could best be described as - terrible. Weak audio (even when I selected Heavy Base from the audio profile setup menu) from the internal speakers. A $19.95 clock radio sounds better than the internal speakers. When the 3.5mm plug is inserted to direct the output to a component stereo, the internal speakers do not mute automatically. You must rotate the Volume knob fully CCW until a muted speaker icon appears on the display

Add to the above the fact that this is a one trick pony, SiriusXM only and not the rest of the internet stations, and I would suggest looking at any other product. I returned the radio just a few days over the 90-day return period (they did give me an RMA), but the refund will be in the form of a credit to my account. Once they have your money, they really don't want to let go of it.

Speaking of money, I don't know what the monthly charge would be for the S/XM Table Top Radio service alone would be, but I had all of the enjoyment of struggling with this radio for an added $2.99 a month on top of my basic account for my car.

I am now awaiting delivery of the Grace unit ordered right here from Amazon. Fingers crossed, but the reviews on the grace products are positive...

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