CALYPSO

SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO PLUG AND PLAY RECEIVER

  • Sirius Satellite Radio

  • Sleek Compact Design
  • Category and Artist Search
  • Multiple Display Modes
  • Infrared Remote
  • Selectable FM Transmitting Frequency (10 Channels)
  • 128×48 Dot Matrix Graphic Positive LCD
  • Auto Dimming and Adjustable Contrast and Dimmer
  • 30 Presets and Direct Tuning
  • Adjustable Audio Output Level
  • Clock
  • Car Kit and Home Kit (Sold Separately)

“Ride With the Big Dog” 120 Channels of Entertainment!

True Portability

From the home to the car to the family picnic, Clarion’s new Calypso “Plug & Play” receiver is what true portability is all about. For home-to-car ransportability, Clarion offers the CLHK home kit and CLCK car kit. But that’s not all, as Sirius’ 120 channels of entertainment can also go to the park or beach with the new Calypso “Boombox.”

Find the Song You Want

With 120 channels to choose froom, finding what you want may seem difficult, but no with Clarion’s new Calypso. Outfitted with Sirius’ S-Seek feature, Calypso will prompt users when one of their pre-selected favorite songs is playing. The unit also features 30 presets, an easy-to-use rotary knob for channel navigation, as well as category, artist, and music-title scan.

All-New Design

Cosmetically stunning, Clarion’s Calypso touts an attractive piano-like finish, and techo-blue illumination. For visibility, Clarion outfitts this portable unit with an attractive 128×48 Dot Matrix Graphic Positive Display, which scrolls artist, song and channel information across the screen, and offers two selectable font sizes for increased visibility.

Preset and Direct Tuning

With Calypso, Clarion can still claim to have the smallest, most compact “Plug & Play” Sirius unit on the market today. But even more impressive is the ease of installation this unit afords. Equipped with a built-in FM trasmitter (10 selectable channels), Sirius’s satellite radio programming will wirelessly play through a vehicle’s existing stereo system. Talk about easy. For installation, both the home and car kit come with a docking station, RCA connectors, and antenna.

What is Sirius Satellite Radio?

For uncensored entertainment … choose Sirius

There’s one reason why “shock jock” Howard Stern is moving to Sirius Satellite Radio ... no FCC censorship. This means users get 65 channels of uncensored music, and 55 channel of news, talk, and other entertainment where nothing’s taboo. It all starts from Sirius’ state-of-the-art studios, located in New York City’s Rockefeller Center, where a dedicated team of jockeys are hard at work taking Sirius to the next level.

More than 120 channels of the best in-car entertainment

Only Sirius has 65 original music channels, from today's hits to R&B oldies to classical masterpieces. Sirius also offers authentic country and real bluegrass, cool jazz, hot latin hits, reggae, rock, and much more. Sirius also offers 55 channels of world-class sports, news and entertainment, like ESPN, The Speed Channel, CNBC, Fox News, Radio Disney

and E! Entertainment Radio. With Sirius, the emphasis is on the music

and entertainment you want. Best of all, Sirius’ programming is hosted

by master music programmers and today’s hottest on-air personalities,

such as Howard Stern. So tune into Sirius Satellite Radio.

Rely on Sirius rocket science for superior coverage

Only Sirius has three powerful satellites that fly directly above the United States to ensure coast-to-coast coverage. These orbits allow Sirius’ satellites to broadcast from very high angles for a "clear line of sight," and a direct signal to your car without concern for buildings, trees or other objects that might block other satellite radio signals.

Count on S>PLEX technology for superior sound resolution

Sirius employs S>PLEX technology (statistical multiplexing), which optimizes the fidelity on each channel to give you superior digital sound. So rock really soars and jazz really jams. Once you experience Sirius’ more than 120 channels of digital entertainment, you'll never want to leave your car. For more information, visit siriusradio.com.

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