just checkout shoutcast.com internet radio. There are lots of great commerical free options out there in just about any genre you could imagine. It's free, all you need is a fast connection and a good set of speakers. We run an optical sound cable from the sound card into our home theater.J-mizzle said:Alright I am leaning towards getting Sirius satellite radio for my home so i can listen commercial free while i am taking care of work and am just utterly confused by the whole process.
1) What tuner/unit do you recommend?
2) Is there one that you can transfer between house, car, work etc???
3) Where did you buy?
4) Would you do it again?
5) How is the ease of hookup?
6) General cost of total setup?
Basically if you could just give me the low down I would greatly appreciate it.
If you are wondering where to start with internet radio, (not knowing your tastes....) you might check out KEXP out of Seattle, commerical free radio courtesy Paul Allen and the Experience Music project; Radio Paradise, KCRW public radio out of Santa Monica, KYRS Thin Air Community Radio out of Spokane...some of these are npr affiliates, some are not.