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Old January 3rd 05, 01:47 AM
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Default The Eton E1 XM Radio -=V=- Grundig Satellite 800 M [ Plus Some History ]

For One and All,

Concerning the Eton E1 Receiver with XM Satellite Radio
{formerly the Grundig Satellit 900 Radio} and the
Grundig Satellit 800 Millennium Radio. Message # 99.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E...dio/message/99
Eton E1 Radio + XM Satellite Receiver eGroup on YAHOO !
eGROUP = http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E1-XM-Radio/

* E1 XM - The Eton E1 Receiver with XM Satellite Radio
{formerly the Grundig Satellit 900 Radio} is by design
a 'large size portable radio' in the tradition of the
GS400, GS500 and GS700 Grundig Radios. These Radios have
features that were designed to "Fit" the 'portable'
Radio Market with a Target Price. It is a "Niche"
Product within the Grundig Radio Line {now the Eton
'Elite' Series).
E1 XM INFO = http://tinyurl.com/6numg
E1 XM SPECS = http://tinyurl.com/4477b
http://www.universal-radio.com/catal...able/0101.html

* GS800M - The Grundig Satellit 800 Millennium is by
design a Large Size "Table Top" Radio in the tradition
of the GS3400, GS600 and GS650 Grundig Radios. These
Radios have features that are designed to "Fit" the
'Table Top' Radio Market with a Target Price. It is
a "Niche" Product within the Grundig Radio Line {one
would expect a replacement would be part of the Eton
'Elite' Series).
GS800M INFO = http://tinyurl.com/4ujvd
GS800M SPECS = http://tinyurl.com/6flwn
http://www.universal-radio.com/catal...able/0800.html

CHECK-OUT - The Grundig Satellit Radio List
- by {Ian Waugh} "Grundig Radio Boy"
LIST = http://www.geocities.com/grundigradioboy/satlist.htm
The Grundig Satellit Radio LIST covers all the Satellit
models ever made (and two that weren't!). The Satellit
being the flagship of the Grundig range since 1964, with
a brief gap between 1996 and 2000. They are shown in order
of release onto the market.

CHECK-OUT - Welcome to the Grundig Satellit Homepage !
- by Kurt Otterbeck
SATELLIT = http://www.classic-worldband.com/
SATELLIT = http://www.geocities.com/grundig_satellit/
The Grundig Satellit is a 'portable' World Band Radio
made by Grundig AG of Germany. The original line of
Radios was made from 1964 to 1996 , starting with
Grundig Satellit 205 and ending with Grundig Satellit 700.
On this webpages you will find information on all 17 models.

READ - Grundig Satellit - All Models in Word and Picture
- by Thomas Baier
http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/books/2591.html


yes - as always - more than you wanted to know ~ RHF
..
Eton E1 Radio + XM Satellite Receiver eGroup on YAHOO !
eGROUP = http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E1-XM-Radio/
..
..


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Old January 3rd 05, 03:00 AM
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Bad ass. Thanks.

On 2 Jan 2005 17:47:52 -0800, "RHF"
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For One and All,

Concerning the Eton E1 Receiver with XM Satellite Radio
{formerly the Grundig Satellit 900 Radio} and the
Grundig Satellit 800 Millennium Radio. Message # 99.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E...dio/message/99
Eton E1 Radio + XM Satellite Receiver eGroup on YAHOO !
eGROUP = http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E1-XM-Radio/

* E1 XM - The Eton E1 Receiver with XM Satellite Radio
{formerly the Grundig Satellit 900 Radio} is by design
a 'large size portable radio' in the tradition of the
GS400, GS500 and GS700 Grundig Radios. These Radios have
features that were designed to "Fit" the 'portable'
Radio Market with a Target Price. It is a "Niche"
Product within the Grundig Radio Line {now the Eton
'Elite' Series).
E1 XM INFO = http://tinyurl.com/6numg
E1 XM SPECS = http://tinyurl.com/4477b
http://www.universal-radio.com/catal...able/0101.html

* GS800M - The Grundig Satellit 800 Millennium is by
design a Large Size "Table Top" Radio in the tradition
of the GS3400, GS600 and GS650 Grundig Radios. These
Radios have features that are designed to "Fit" the
'Table Top' Radio Market with a Target Price. It is
a "Niche" Product within the Grundig Radio Line {one
would expect a replacement would be part of the Eton
'Elite' Series).
GS800M INFO = http://tinyurl.com/4ujvd
GS800M SPECS = http://tinyurl.com/6flwn
http://www.universal-radio.com/catal...able/0800.html

CHECK-OUT - The Grundig Satellit Radio List
- by {Ian Waugh} "Grundig Radio Boy"
LIST = http://www.geocities.com/grundigradioboy/satlist.htm
The Grundig Satellit Radio LIST covers all the Satellit
models ever made (and two that weren't!). The Satellit
being the flagship of the Grundig range since 1964, with
a brief gap between 1996 and 2000. They are shown in order
of release onto the market.

CHECK-OUT - Welcome to the Grundig Satellit Homepage !
- by Kurt Otterbeck
SATELLIT = http://www.classic-worldband.com/
SATELLIT = http://www.geocities.com/grundig_satellit/
The Grundig Satellit is a 'portable' World Band Radio
made by Grundig AG of Germany. The original line of
Radios was made from 1964 to 1996 , starting with
Grundig Satellit 205 and ending with Grundig Satellit 700.
On this webpages you will find information on all 17 models.

READ - Grundig Satellit - All Models in Word and Picture
- by Thomas Baier
http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/books/2591.html


yes - as always - more than you wanted to know ~ RHF
.
Eton E1 Radio + XM Satellite Receiver eGroup on YAHOO !
eGROUP = http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E1-XM-Radio/
.
.



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Old January 3rd 05, 04:38 AM
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RHF wrote:
For One and All,

Concerning the Eton E1 Receiver with XM Satellite Radio
{formerly the Grundig Satellit 900 Radio} and the
Grundig Satellit 800 Millennium Radio. Message # 99.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E...dio/message/99
Eton E1 Radio + XM Satellite Receiver eGroup on YAHOO !
eGROUP = http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ETON-E1-XM-Radio/



I wonder how this all fits in with DRM and Sirius. How is the compatibility?
Is it apples and oranges? Will the general public avoid all of them until
the dust settlers? I see a potential problem with them all interfering with
normal broadcasting.

I know that personally, I will avoid the subscription types like the plague.


mike



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He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during thunderstorms in
wet copper armour shouting "All the Gods are *******s."

Terry Pratchett
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Old January 3rd 05, 04:48 AM
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MII,
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He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during
thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting
"All the Gods are *******s."
- - - Terry Pratchett
..
And.. "He" was Who ?
..
iwtk ~ RHF
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Old January 3rd 05, 08:13 AM
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RHF wrote:

MII,
.
He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during
thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting
"All the Gods are *******s."
- - - Terry Pratchett
.
And.. "He" was Who ?



I like to think it's anyone who gets a bit too full of themselves.


The real quotation is a bit different.

It's from a book of his called 'The Colour of Magic'

"Let's just say that if complete and utter chaos was lightning, he'd be the
sort to stand on a hilltop in a thunderstorm wearing wet copper armour and
shouting 'All gods are *******s'."


The first book of his was written at some very young age..around fifteen, I
think.

http://www.ie.lspace.org/books/revie...et-people.html


It's fun. He's unpretentious and great for kids of all ages.


Tom Sharpe is funnier, but in a different way.


mike


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Old January 3rd 05, 06:52 PM
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In article [email protected],
m II wrote:
RHF wrote:
MII,
.
He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during
thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting
"All the Gods are *******s."
- - - Terry Pratchett
.
And.. "He" was Who ?



I like to think it's anyone who gets a bit too full of themselves.


The real quotation is a bit different.

It's from a book of his called 'The Colour of Magic'

"Let's just say that if complete and utter chaos was lightning, he'd be the
sort to stand on a hilltop in a thunderstorm wearing wet copper armour and
shouting 'All gods are *******s'."


The first book of his was written at some very young age..around fifteen, I
think.

http://www.ie.lspace.org/books/revie...et-people.html


It's fun. He's unpretentious and great for kids of all ages.


Tom Sharpe is funnier, but in a different way.


But if RHF reads _Small Gods_, his brain will melt.

Mark Zenier Washington State resident

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Old January 4th 05, 04:15 AM
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RHF wrote:
E1 XM INFO = http://tinyurl.com/6numg


I see Eton has added an "add-to-cart" button for the E1. However, when
clicking on it, I get "Our etn E-commerce site is temporarity under
construction ...".

Is this radio available yet?

--
M2
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Old January 4th 05, 05:25 AM
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On Mon, 03 Jan 2005 23:15:56 -0500, m2
wrote:

RHF wrote:
E1 XM INFO = http://tinyurl.com/6numg


I see Eton has added an "add-to-cart" button for the E1. However, when
clicking on it, I get "Our etn E-commerce site is temporarity under
construction ...".

Is this radio available yet?


Nope and based on the history of this model I don't really ever expect
to see one released for sale. This radio has been promised for
something like 7 years and every time they announce when it will be
ready to hit the market they postpone it.

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He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during
thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting
"All the Gods are *******s."
- - - Terry Pratchett


I like Terry Pratchett... "Good Omens" (which he co-wrote with Neil Gaiman)
is pretty funny, considering the unusual subject material for a "funny"
book.

Jackie


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MZ,
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I do read 'small gods' . . .
well at least every message that you post )
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jftfoi ~ RHF
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