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I really want that 7580, it's one of only a few units I'm missing for my collection of '93 products. PM me PLEASE, if you ever go to sell it. Great piece.
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I don't have the owner's manual and it just stopped reading CDs recently, probably within a couple months. I can supply you additional images if you wish.
 

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Thought that this would be the best place to post this situation and request for advice:

I have a "not so old" Clarion DXZ555MP receiver in my RV that I am trying to add a SiriusXM SXV300 tuner to. The round connection on the SiriusXM tuner is C-bus while the square connection on the Clarion receiver is CeNET. I have seen a translator that used to be available through Cruchfield for CD changers, but don't know if it would work for my application or where I can find it (last one sold on eBay earlier this year!). Does anyone have some advice they can give me?

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John
The SiriusXM SXV300 is not compatible with the DXZ555MP. You're going to need an old Sirius tuner, Sirius SC-C1 and Clarion CLA-SC1. Please be aware both of those components have been discontinued for a long time. Prior to purchasing an old Sirius tuner make sure it still can be activated by contacting SiriusXM.
 

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The Sirius SC-C1 has a round DIN connector that plugs into the Clarion CLA-SC1. The CLA-SC1 has 2 CeNET ports. One goes between the head unit and the CLA-SC1 and the other is CeNET pass-thru for additional CeNET devices. Google Clarion CLA-SC1 and you'll see what I'm talking about.
 

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Depending on how much time you spend using your RV, have you considered a portable satellite tuner and using the auxiliary input on your DXZ555MP?
 

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Dear Chief Wiggum,

Found out that a SIR-CL3 model Sirius tuner should also work without the need for an adapter. SiriusXM also confirmed I should be able to use any Sirius tuner that is compatible with my Clarion head unit to receive their all access programing. So, for $40 I am going for it!

John
I forgot about that Sirius tuner, that was made by Directed Electronics way back in the day.
 
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