XM RADIO??

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    Hi Mbrules

    You are not wrong. We continue to keep adding services but so as not to leave you waiting for the ones we are still speaking with, we included Bluetooth. Here's how; www.bluesound.com/bluetooth.

    Since you have a 2i Player, if your an iOS user we have taken it one step further with AirPlay 2 on our newest line up.

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    Doug Anderson

    I assume the lack of SiriusXM streaming is due to financial reasons (i.e. Bluesound doesn't want to pay up). I can't imagine XM not wanting their subscribers to be able to stream using whatever devices they may already own.  For some people (like me) SiriusXM is a vital part of their entertainment cache. Going the bluetooth route is a total annoyance. Your competitors like Sonos, Heos and even the devices using crappy DTS Play-Fi all stream XM. If it's a technical thing, then hurry to get a fix. Don't lose market share if you don't have to.

     

    It will be a nice feature if/when it's available. 

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    Tony W. - Product Support Manager

    (i.e. Bluesound doesn't want to pay up)

    I assure you this is not the issue - that being said we hear you Doug and continue to add as many services as we can.

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