IMPORTANT: The FCC and FAA have not certified the Delphi XM Roady Satellite Radio Receiver for use in any aircraft (neither portable nor permanent installation). Therefore, Delphi cannot support this type of application or installation.
Welcome Thank you for purchasing a Delphi XM Your Roady Receiver gives you access to over 100 XM Satellite Radio channels of music, news, and information.* Your Roady Receiver must be used with the enclosed connecting devices to ensure maximum performance and safety.
About Roady Roady is the latest in the acclaimed line of portable devices from Delphi XM Satellite Radio and represents the best in audio technology. Small, simple, and easy to use, Roady is always ready to go with you. Just plug it in and go!
Getting Started: Activating Roady To quickly begin enjoying Delphi XM Satellite Radio, follow these simple steps: 1. Set up your Roady Receiver using the installation instructions in Section 5 of this guide (see page 15) or with the help of a professional installer.
Roady Receiver Roady Display Screen While tuned to an XM channel, the Roady default display contains information about that channel and the Roady settings. See figure 1. Your Roady display can be customized. See the Basic Operations section, beginning on page 10. Signal-strength indicator Display mode (zero to three bars)
The Roady unit has seven function buttons, a Tuning Wheel, and 10 number keys. Turns the Roady Receiver on or off. The display button toggles between three display options: 1. Channel name, channel number, artist name display 2. Channel name, channel number, song title 3.
Basic Operations Turning Roady On and Off Press on the Roady Receiver. When first turned on, the receiver will automatically tune in to the last channel listened to and recall the previous settings. Basic Channel Selection Select a channel by number 1.
3. Press and hold the number key corresponding to the preset you would like to set. The receiver will beep to indicate that the preset is registered. 4. Pressing a number key in preset mode without having saved a number to that preset will cause the Roady to display the number and then switch to Channel 1.
Select a channel by category Press either of the category keys 1. Continue pressing one of the category keys are interested in appears. 2. Use the Tuning Wheel 3. Press the Tuning Wheel 4. If you do not select a channel, category search will time out after several seconds.
Menu Commands and Settings menu Pressing enters the menu section of Roady. Here, you can change each of the following options using the Tuning Wheel . Select the highlighted item by menu pressing the Tuning Wheel . While in the menu section, acts as a “back”...
Auto-Off You can set your radio to automatically shut off 60, 120, or 180 minutes after it is turned on. This feature should be used if your vehicle continues to power the cigarette lighter/auxiliary power after you remove your key, so if you leave it on, Roady will shut down automatically after the time period you select and will not drain your battery.
Direct Tune This feature changes the functionality of the Tuning Wheel so that it auto- matically selects a channel each time it is rolled, without having to press Tuning Wheel in. Note: Roady does not have a preview mode when this feature is active.
For vehicles with a built-in cassette player, using the cassette adaptor for audio is the most popular solution. FM Modulator For a more professional-looking installation, an additional FM modulator installation kit can be purchased from Delphi. See www.delphi.com or your retailer for details.
*Optional Delphi XM wireless FM modulator available fall 2003. Warning: The Roady Receiver should be placed in your vehicle where it will not interfere with the function of safety features, e.g., deployment of...
3. Clean the vehicle mounting surface with the enclosed surface preparation cleaning kit. Wipe with the towelette in only one direction. Do not wipe the surface in a circular motion or back and forth. Dry area with a clean, dry cloth.
7. Reassemble the system as in step 1, inserting cassette audio adaptor into the vehicle’s cassette deck and the 12V power adaptor into the cigarette lighter. 8. Attach the antenna as explained on page 20. Removing car mount from your dashboard You can remove the car mount from your dashboard by taking the following steps: 1.
XM Antenna Set-up Antenna Installation • Best reception is achieved with the antenna mounted on the metal sur- face of the vehicle roof in the center of an area with at least 12" x 12" of surface area and a minimum of 6" from a window or sunroof. Figure 6 shows three typical mounting locations.
Cable Routing • Once you have mounted the antenna in the correct location, plan how to route the cable from this location to the receiver, avoiding blocked passages and any obstructions that could kink, crimp, twist, or chafe the cable. Figure 7 shows typical routing configurations.
• For antenna mounting locations at the rear of the roof, the antenna cable can be routed into the vehicle through the trunk, as shown in figure 8. Always route the cable under the weather seal near the lowest part of the trunk to help reduce possible water leaks. •...
Reference Taking Care of Your Roady (Failure to follow these instructions may result in personal injury or damage to your Roady Receiver or to your vehicle.) Important: • Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside of your Roady and any peripherals.
Troubleshooting Your Roady Receiver is designed and built to provide you with trouble- free performance without the need for service. If it does not appear to be functioning correctly, please follow these troubleshooting steps: 1. Make sure all connectors are properly attached. 2.
If you see this on the display: NO SIGNAL Cause: The XM signal is being blocked. ANTENNA OFF AIR Cause: The channel selected is not currently broadcasting. You should: The message should disappear as soon as you move out of an obstructed area such as an indoor garage.
If this happens: You do not receive all XM channels. Cause: Your Roady Receiver is not activated. The audio sounds distorted The audio level is too low You cannot tune to a channel No song title or artist name displays You should: Contact XM as described in “Getting Started: Activating Roady”...
Delphi at 1.877.GO DELPHI (1.877.463.3574) Monday—Friday. • Customer Service: 8:00 am—4:30 pm Eastern Standard Time • Technical Support: 8:00 am—8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time Customer Service and Technical Support is also available at www.delphi.com. Technical Information Dimensions Roady Receiver ..3.97 in. W x 2.37 in. H x 1 in. D Weight Roady Receiver .
This warranty is not transferable and applies only to the original consumer purchaser of the Product. Delphi will, as its sole obligation under this warranty, replace or repair, at its option, any Product that does not conform to this warranty. Under no circum- stances will Delphi be liable for any incidental or consequential damages under this warranty or any implied warranties.
Product with the original receipt to the original place of purchase. To obtain warranty service during the remainder of the warranty period, you must contact Delphi by phone at 1.877.GO DELPHI (1.877.463.3574) or by fax at 1.866.790.3675.