It is the responsibility of the user to use the cable and antenna wire with the ferrite beads. The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by XM Satellite Radio Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate this device.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 A Brief History The new Delphi roadyXT Satellite Radio Receiver—smaller, lighter, and more versatile than the best-selling Roady2 • Dock your roadyXT into cradles that are easily installed in your vehicles or your home. One simple motion connects your roadyXT’s power, audio, and antenna.
About XM XM Satellite Radio is the nation’s leading provider of satellite radio with more than 4 million subscribers. XM offers more than 160 digital radio channels: 67 commercial-free music channels, ranging from hip hop to opera, rock to bluegrass, big band to reggae;...
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Let’s Get Started First, some important reminders We know you’re eager to turn on your new roadyXT and listen to XM. Please take a moment to remember the following: Warning: This manual contains important safety and operating information. Please read, understand, and follow the instructions in this manual.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Controls power menu – access advanced features and configuration options disp – change what you see on the display pre/dir – select memory – save between direct and recall up to channel entry or 20 artist names up to 30 presets or song titles 11:02 AM Page 7...
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Display signal strength – search by scanning 1 to 3 bars all channels 11:02 AM Page 8 display search channels channel selection modes 1-5 by category mode – direct entry or preset banks A, B, or C additional info – channel name, channel number, artist, song title, Stock Ticker, and Info Extras...
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Remote control* power up and down arrows, select – change channels, choose menu options, TuneSelect ™ search – look up channels by category or scan all channels pre/dir – select between direct channel entry or up to 30 presets display –...
Write the ID here: Note: Carefully check your XM Radio ID. The letters I, O, S, and F are not used. Activate your XM Satellite Radio service by contacting XM at http://activate.xmradio.com or by calling 1.800.XM.RADIO (1.800.967.2346). You will need the XM Radio ID and a major credit card.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Listening to XM Selecting channels Select a channel directly by entering its channel number. Press the “pre/dir” button (step 1) until number buttons (step 2) corresponding to the channel. Channel 12 can be entered as “1,” then by “2,” or as “0,” “1,” and “2.” Or press the up and down arrows to quickly step through each channel.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Searching for channels by category XM channels are arranged by categories, or neighborhoods. This allows you to see all channels in the “Rock” category, for example. Press the “menu” button (step 1), go to “Search Mode,” and select “By Category.”...
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Searching for channels by scanning Your roadyXT can also scan through each channel, pausing long enough to hear the programming before moving on to the next one. Press the “menu” button (step 1), go to “Search Mode,” and select “By Scanning”...
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Using presets Your roadyXT can store up to 30 of your favorite channels as presets. The presets are organized into three banks (A, B, or C) that each contain 10 presets. Press the “pre/dir” button one or more times to select bank A, B, or C (step 1). After you’ve tuned to your desired channel, press and hold a number button to save the channel into that preset (step 2).
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 15 Memory and jump Press the “memory” button to remember a song’s artist or title. Your roadyXT can remember up to 20 entries. (After 20, any new entry replaces the oldest entry in memory.) To recall the list of songs, press and hold the “memory” button, then use the up and down arrow buttons to step through the list.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Personalizing Your roadyXT You can easily adapt your roadyXT to suit your listening habits. Simply press the “menu” button to see the options you can customize. If you ever get lost or decide not to change anything, press the “menu” button several times to return to normal operation.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 17 Screen color To change the color of the display, press the “menu” button and select “Screen Color.” Use the arrow and the “select” buttons to choose a color; to cancel, press the “menu” button. Contrast To vary the contrast of the display, press the “menu”...
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Aiming the antenna Note: For use with the Home Kit, sold separately. Your roadyXT can help you choose the best antenna position and orientation. 1. Press the “menu” button. Use the arrow and “select” buttons to choose “Antenna Aiming.” 2.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Stock Ticker You can track up to 20 stock symbols and see their prices and movements right on the roadyXT’s display.* TO ADD A STOCK SYMBOL: 1. Press the “menu” button, select “Stock Ticker,” and select “Add Stocks.” 2.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Info Extras XM Satellite Radio will broadcast information such as sports scores and other features at various times.* Press the “menu” button and select “Info Extras” (step 1). Use the arrow buttons to see what’s available (step 2).
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 21 Changing display information The Stock Ticker and Info Extras can either be scrolled (moving from right to left in the display) or paged (one symbol at a time). To switch from one option to the other: 1.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 22 Auto-Off and “sleep” timer You can set your roadyXT to shut off the radio 1 to 3 hours after being turned on. Set this option if you have connected your roadyXT to a power source in your vehicle that is always live. Your roadyXT will then automatically shut off and prevent you from draining your vehicle’s battery.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Other Things You Should Know Care You should be able to use your roadyXT during most of your daily activities. However, you should remember: • If your roadyXT does get dirty, wipe the case with a soft cloth (lightly moistened with water if necessary), then wipe dry with another cloth.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Troubleshooting Your roadyXT should provide you with trouble-free performance without needing any servicing. If it does not appear to be working properly, first try to remedy the problem by following these steps: 1. Attach all connections firmly and securely. 2.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 If you see this on the display: UPDATING Cause: Your roadyXT is being updated with the latest encryption code. Cause: You may have tried to tune to a channel that you have blocked or that you cannot receive with your subscription package.
Check the power connections to your roadyXT. Your roadyXT may not be activated. Contact XM Satellite Radio (see page 10). Reduce audio output level (see page 17). Increase audio output level (see page 17). Check whether your audio system can play a CD, or regular AM or FM stations.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 If this happens: Audio has static while listening through an FM radio. Audio on XM instant traffic and weather channels sounds different from other XM channels. 11:02 AM Page 27 You should: Change to another FM frequency (see page 16).
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Contacting Technical Support For additional information in solving problems with your roadyXT, contact Delphi Technical Support at 1.877.GO DELPHI (1.877.463.3574), 8:00 a.m.— 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday — Friday. Technical Support is also available at www.delphi.com. Technical Information DIMENSIONS receiver, without cradle: 2.25 in (H) x 3.7 in (W) x 0.7 in (D) 5.7 cm (H) x 9.4 cm (W) x 1.8 cm (D)
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 29 Warranty Delphi limited consumer warranty Delphi Product and Service Solutions (“Delphi”) warrants all XM Satellite Radio Products sold by Delphi (each “Product”) to be free of defects in material and workmanship, subject to the following conditions: The duration of Delphi’s warranty with respect to each Product is limited to one (1) year from the date of sale to the original consumer purchaser.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 30 (iii) alteration or modification of a Product, (iv) misuse, (v) neglect, (vi) abuse, (vii) accident, (viii) normal wear and tear, (ix) commercial use, (x) improper storage, (xi) environmental conditions, including excessive temperature or humidity, (xii) service by anyone other than a Delphi authorized repair facility, (xiii) other improper application, installation or operation of this Product, or (xiv) defects or malfunctions of which Delphi is not advised within ten (10) days of the expiration of the limited warranty period.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 31 How you (the Customer) can get service To obtain warranty service during the first thirty (30) days after the date of purchase, you must return the defective Product with the original receipt to the original place of purchase. To obtain warranty service during the first thirty (30) days for Products purchased from www.delphi.com and for all Products for the remainder of the limited warranty period, you must contact Delphi by phone at 1.877.GO DELPHI (1.877.463.3574) or by fax at...
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 Appendix: Vehicle Installation Guidelines for FCC Compliances This XM receiver offers a variety of options for connecting XM Satellite Radio to your vehicle’s FM radio. XM research and lab test results show that using a vehicle cassette adapter can maximize the relationship between the best sound quality and ease of installation.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 3. Wireless FM Modulator The XM receiver is equipped with an FM modulator, which can transmit the XM audio to your car’s FM radio without wires. IMPORTANT: For best wireless FM modulator performance, you must locate the satellite radio antenna in a location that is in close proximity to the vehicle’s FM antenna.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 When routing the antenna cable along the windshield or rear window, tuck the antenna cable under the window seal to maintain a professional looking installation and to avoid loose wires on the exterior of the vehicle that are susceptible to damage. Follow the interior cable routing diagram depicted by dashed lines in figure 1 where possible.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 For option 1 and rear mounting locations, route the cable into the trunk as shown. Always cross the weather seal at the lowest part of the trunk to reduce water leaks. From the trunk, route the cable into the passenger compartment through available wire channels and then along the floor under the door jamb trim or under the carpet to the front of the passenger compartment.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 37 Figure 2. Step 3: Once you have plugged the power and antenna jacks into the car cradle, use the included cable organizer as shown in figure 3 to improve the overall appearance of the installation. Figure 3.
11103RoadyXT_manual 6/19/06 11:02 AM Page 38 Step 4: Reuse the cable twist ties that were provided with the power adapter and car antenna cables and always be sure to gather, bundle, twist tie, and secure any excess cable remaining after determining the best location for your satellite radio installation.