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has anyone installed one of the XM antennas that attach to you glass, but pass the signal through the glass to a base inside (so that no drilling is required). If so, how's the quality? I have the old terk one that attached to your truck with the adhesive, but it really isn't as clean on an install as I'd like. I think the terk SR1X would be a pretty clean install, you could put it on the glass below the stock antenna, and with the the wire on the inside you could easily run it under the headliner and down the c-pillar into the trunk.
link to it on crutchfield: http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi...1X+++
here's another one, though I don't like the look of it as much as the terk: http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi...8100F
 

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Re: "thru glass" xm antennas (airyk)

Personally, I think all the thru-the-glass options are fugly.
I have my Terk SR-2 in the hat shelf and it's performance is nothing short of exceptional.
 

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Re: "thru glass" xm antennas (DZCad90)

well too bad i wasn't asking about the SR-2



Modified by airyk at 2:44 AM 6-30-2003
 

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Re: "thru glass" xm antennas (DZCad90)

Quote, originally posted by DZCad90 »
I have my Terk SR-2 in the hat shelf and it's performance is nothing short of exceptional.

That's what I wanted to hear. I'll probably be installing my XM antenna in that location this weekend. Can't wait!
 
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