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SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

SiriusConnect™ car dock for dock-and-play radios (subscription sold separately by SiriusXM)

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If you already own a SIRIUS dock-and-play or portable radio, this SC-VDOC1 kit allows you to control it with your SIRIUS-compatible in-dash receiver. The kit contains a dock for your SIRIUS radio, a micro-antenna, a car mount, and a connecting cable. SiriusConnect adapters are available for select factory radios, and for select aftermarket receivers from Alpine, Clarion, Eclipse, Harman Kardon, JVC, Kenwood, and Sony.

Once you place your compatible SIRIUS radio in the dock, the connecting cable carries the signal to the brand-specific SiriusConnect adapter, which allows 2-way communication between the SIRIUS radio and your stereo. You can use the controls on your car stereo to surf SIRIUS channels, and view artist and song info on your receiver's screen. Best of all, you can carry your dock-and-play SIRIUS radio into your home so you only need one subscription.

Product Highlights:

  • SiriusConnect™ car kit for dock-and-play radios
  • contains dock for your SIRIUS radio, a micro-antenna, a car mount, and a connecting cable
  • requires a brand-specific adapter to interface with your car stereo
  • allows you to control your dock-and-play SIRIUS radio with your car stereo
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit Reviews

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24 Reviews

SIRIUS SC-VDOC1

Written by: Art from Utah on December 7, 2015

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Easy to install. Worked first time. Worked with my slightly older Clarion in dash navigation and radio.

Pros: Easy to install.

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SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

Written by: KL from Ringgold, GA on November 7, 2015

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Awesome, works perfectly!

Pros: Easy install

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Not for Alpine

Written by: Commuter from California on May 24, 2015

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This unit arrived quickly, (thanks Crutchfield). I got down to business, mounted the antenna, ran the cables, opened my dash, and then discovered that the small d.i.n. style connector did not mate up with my Alpine head unit!! Great huh? Crutchfield and their wonderful customer service came to my rescue. Customer service and tech support sent me the proper equipment to complete the job. Make sure that the equipment you order matches your current stuff.

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SIRIUS SC-VDOC1

Written by: Ylekyot from Independence, KS on August 30, 2014

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Was exactly what I needed since the SCC1 is no longer offered. Went through my adviser, PAUL, and he made sure I had the right equipment for my KIV-701. Thanks again PAUL!!

Pros: Super easy to install. Works great with the Sirus Stratus 7.

Cons: None

Great little unit. Easy to install. Fully suported in JRV212T

Written by: LarryB from Michigan on May 23, 2014

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Picked up Stratus 7 receiver and SC-VDOC1 dock kit since SCC1 no longer offered and installed it on a Jensen JRV212T Unit. The Jensen fully controls the receiver so I could just hide the unit under the dash. Works great out of the box.

Pros: Easy to install and hide. Works great.

Cons: Connecting cable really long and could be shorter.

Perfect for my RV

Written by: John from Bowling Green KY on January 21, 2014

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Needed to enable my "Satellite Ready" radio in my RV. It is a Jensen radio and setup as the monitor for my back up and turn cameras so being able to use this to use my existing Sirus XM heads was great. The kit included everything I needed and was simple to install.

Pros: Everything included

Cons: I've found no cons so far.

hide your sirius

Written by: bigdog from Warsaw, IN on August 12, 2013

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Works great.

Pros: Fast install

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Works Great!

Written by: Mario R from Dobbs Ferry, NY on May 20, 2013

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I had a portable Sirius tuner with a lifetime subscription, so I keep it and be able to operate my Sirius with the new head unit that I bought for my car. I bought a JVC head unit, and needed a JVC adapter for the Sirius Connect adapter: when I had everything connected up, it all worked perfectly. Both the JVC adapter and Sirius Connect came with very long wires, so I had a good deal of excess to zip-tie together and cram beneath the dash, but all turned out well.

Pros: Works as advertised.

Cons: Needs an additional adapter for some JVC head units.

Works as advertised

Written by: DuaneS from Maryland on October 29, 2012

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Works exactly like its supposed to.

Pros: Does its job.

Cons: None.

Great Sirius Controller

Written by: ScottABQ from Albuquerque, NM on October 16, 2012

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Simply put...this Sirius SC-VDOC1 contoller works great with the JVC Arsenal KDA735BT and my Sirius Starmate 5. I mounted it in my glovebox and the Sirius unit stays put. It provides a good link to the JVC KDA735BT and the controls work well.

Pros: Works great

Cons: None

SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Sandy, UT on March 30, 2012

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Does what is supposed to. Takes an existing Sirius radio and allows you to plug it into other things

Pros: Just works

Cons: Really long, large cords are difficult to hide if you are putting the Sirius unit near the radio

SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

Written by: Joe from American Canyon, Ca. on August 21, 2011

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I purchased this for my motor home. All I had to do was slide the stereo out of its mount and plug it in. My stereo was "Sirius Ready". No adapter required. Reinstalled my stereo, plugged my Sportster 5 and turned it on. I now have all my great Sirius programing in my motor home when we travel. Thanks Crutchfield for helping me overcome this little challenge I had. It works great.

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should have done this in the first place!

Written by: Kevin from Terra Ceia, FL on June 21, 2011

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No more suction cups and dangling cords!

I should have gotten the SC-VDOC1 and Kenwood KCA-SC100 when I bought the head unit and Sportster radio. Now both are tucked neatly in my glovebox and I control the Sirius via my Kenwood head unit.

If Crutchfield can hook me up with a 90-degree male-male adapter for the cord from the VDOC1 to the SC100, I can ditch the bundled-up long cable and connect them directly for a super-clean job.

I hope the antenna connection at the VDOC1 is more durable than on my original suction-cup dock, as it started dying after ~6 months. Since it's a cable from the VDOC to my antenna, instead of a jack connection like I had before, I think it might hold up better.

My existing Sirius antenna plugged right in to the VDOC1, so I didn't have to redo the antenna install, and now I have a spare antenna if I ever need one.

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SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

Written by: Chief Clay from Hollister, California on June 13, 2011

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Exactly what I needed to work with my Custom Auto Sound Secret Audio system in my '34 Ford Coupe.

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Beware of compatibility

Written by: SATO from Florida on May 1, 2011

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looks fantastic but this is a docking pod for older radios and did not work with my
new clarion cx510.. Wish it had as I wanted to be able to transfer my stratus6 from
car to car. Now I need to pay for a second subscription even though I will never
use both at the same time..

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Everything you need.

Written by: Mike from York, PA on February 7, 2011

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This kit comes with everything you'll need. Good job!

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Excellent cradle for a hidden installation

Written by: Jim from Hilton Head Island, SC on August 3, 2010

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This unit allowed installation of my new sportster 5 in the glovebox and controlled through my Sony XAV-70BT Head Unit via the SNYSC1 interface. It works flawlessly and I dont have that bright display hanging out of the dash. This is a plus since I fried my long lived Sportster by spilling coffee in it because of the mounting position. Also, for security reasons, I no longer need to remove the radio from the dock. This should prove to prolong the cradle/radio contacts that seem to wear on the Sirius radios. I will only need to remove it if I want to bring it in the house and listen to it on my home dock. Ordering through Crutchfield again has been a pleasure. I highly recommend doing business with them.

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SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

Written by: Grant from Apple Valley, MN on January 21, 2009

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I've installed this product in two of my vehicles (2008 Toyota Highlander with a VA-W200 headunit and a 1998 Audi A4 with a CDA-9855 headunit).

The KCA-SC100 in combination with the SC-VDOC1 Car Kit allows me to use my Stiletto 2 between both cars (the Toyota is here in MN and the Audi is in Montana). This is very convenient compared with how I had it set up before sharing a Sirius SIR-ALP1 tuner between the two vehicles. Also, the SIR-ALP1 tuner was a poorly engineered product.

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2005 Jeep Wrangler - major issues

Written by: tdrouill from Golden, CO on December 28, 2008

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I bought this along with a SC-VDOC1 to use my Sirius Starmate-4. I ordered an Alpine IDA-X200 head unit and PXA-H100 Imprint processor. I'm using an Ipod Nano with the head unit.

I connected everything per instructions, and it was an outstanding setup. After a few days however, the display on the X200 said "searching", I clicked "source", and from that point could only toggle between the ipod and FM-radio. No Sirius. Moreover, there was no sound from the stereo. I disconnected the AI-Net cables from the SC100 and hit the reset button, that gave me ipod and AM/FM, with sound.

I upgraded the head unit to an IDA-X100 and Crutchfield replaced the SC-100. Again, it worked for a few days, then stopped working in the same manner.

Crutchfield suggested we replace the SC100 and SC-VDOC1. Tried that, a few great days, then it failed again.

I finally gave up. It was wonderful controlling Sirius through the head unit, but 3 strikes and I'm back to running Sirius through an aux input. Crutchfield was AWESOME with customer support, but in the end I wish this had worked. I'll try again with Alpine's next generation.

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SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

Written by: John from Kingsport, TN on December 25, 2008

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I used this unit along with my Stiletto1. It works well for what it is supposed to do. I actually had to remove the battery from the Stiletto to prevent the antenna error. I wish this unit allowed me to access the other contents of my Stiletto via my receiver. However, as for allowing my to control my Sirius tuning via my receiver, it performs very well.

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Works on my Siletto 100 and Kenwood in-dash unit

Written by: ruddock from Montville, NJ on September 12, 2008

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I'm pleased to report it works 100% on my Stiletto 100 (2 year old unit) and my Kenwood KDC-MP538U.

I mounted the stiletto hidden inside my glove box. The 3-line display on my kenwood head unit displays the artist, channel name, and song title.

Just FYI - there 's a couple weird quirks, but nothing that prevents it from working 100%:
- I let my Stiletto battery drain 100% dead one day, then plugged the stiletto into my car. It didn't work. All kinds of errors appeared on the Kenwood screen. Very weird! I unplugged the battery from the Stiletto and it all worked perfectly again.

- You can play the satellite radio from your head unit, and that's all. You cannot access any of the other radio features - such as the mp3 player, "pausing" the radio, or recording/playing of satellite radio content. The stiletto screen displays nothing when it is plugged in and you can't access any of the stiletto features even by using the buttons on the stiletto. This is 100% fine with me - as I mounted mine hidden in the glove box.

- Some of the messages are a little strange, at least on my Kenwood. The "Antenna Error" message sounds like it could be serious problem but it really just means no satellite signal. "CHECKING CHECKING CHECKING" also appears sometimes - this means your radio is "booting up" and should be available shortly. There's a couple other weird ones that appear. No issues there, but they could have picked more friendly messages? :)

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SIRIUS SC-VDOC1 Car Kit

Written by: Michael from Marksville, La. on May 5, 2008

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The unit was just the thing I needed to make my Sirius radio portable from my vehicle to my house.

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Just superb!

Written by: Dennis from St Louis, MO on March 17, 2008

Mine is connected to a Pioneer via the Pioneer adapter. It's really convenient and less expensive than buying a second Sirius radio. Now I can take my radio from the car and pop it into the dock in my office and listen to Sirius while I work. Since the Pioneer takes complete control of the Sirius the radio is mounted in a completely out of the way location.

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Worth The Wait

Written by: Carl from Houston, TX on February 24, 2008

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Although it took about 11 months (or more) to get the VDOC to market, it appears to be worth the wait. Having the portability of the Starmate 4 and the control through my Alpine CDA 9885 is great. I have the VDOC connected through the Alpine KCA-SC100 SIRIUS Connect to Ai-Net Interface which also has the Alpine Aux Adaptor connected. The 9885 recognizes both automatically and will scroll through Tuner, CD, Aux and Sirius through the source button. The sound quality appears to be better through the VDOC then before when it was connected through the aux adaptor.

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What's in the box?

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  • Universal SiriusConnect dock with Starmate/Stratus adapter installed
  • 15' SiriusConnect interface cable
  • Sirius vehicle antenna with attached 21' cord terminated by an SMB connector
  • Dash mount
  • Sportser 3/4 adapter
  • SL10/SL100 Adapter
  • SL2 Adapter
  • Mounting screw
  • 4 Large machine screws with attached lock-washer
  • 1 Small machine screw
  • Rubber antenna tail cover
  • Alcohol wipe
  • User Guide
  • Warranty note
  • Sirius channel guide
  • Sirius logo sticker

Scratch & Dent items may be missing non-essential accessories. In some cases the manufacturer's accessories have been replaced with generic equivalents.

Product Research

Features

Overview: The SCVDOC1 SiriusConnect Vehicle Docking Kit turns your Sirius Dock & Play or Portable radio into a dedicated tuner, allowing you to control your Sirius radio from the headunit in your vehicle. The SCVDOC1 SiriusConnect Vehicle Kit allows Sirius Dock & Play and Sirius Portable radios with universal docking capability to be connected to and controlled by select Sirius-Ready aftermarket radios, select OEM radios, and other Sirius compatible controllers when combined with a specific SiriusConnect interface adapter.

Compatibility: The SCVDOC1 is designed to work with select Sirius-Ready or SAT Radio Ready headunits with the use of a SiriusConnect Interface adapter (sold separately). The SCVDOC1 is compatible with Sirius Dock & Play and Portable radios.

  • Sirius Radios: The SiriusConnect Vehicle Docking Kit supports the Sirius Stiletto, Sportster, Starmate, and Stratus radios that have the Sirius Universal Docking Connector.
  • Sirius Ready Headunits/Interfaces: The 607SCVDOC1 is compatible with the following Sirius Ready Headunits using the following Sirius adapters: Kenwood (113KCASR50), Clarion (020CLASC1), Eclipse (099ECLSC1), JVC (105KSRA100), Pioneer (130CDSB10), Panasonic (133PANSC1U), Alpine (500KCASC10) and Sony (607SNYSC1).

Sirius Radio Adapters: The SCVDOC1 comes supplied with four radio adapters which allow you to connect the various models of Sirius Plug & Play tuners mentioned above. The four adapters fit the following Sirius radios.

Radio Adapters Compatible Sirius Radios Dock Dimensions With Adapter (without Sirius radio)
Adapter 1 (pre-installed) Sportster 5, Starmate 3/4/5/8, Stratus & Stratus 4/7 Width = 2.105"
Height = 1.925"
Depth = 1.975"
Adapter 2 Sportster 3 & 4 Width = 4.235"
Height = 1.925"
Depth = 1.975"
Adapter 3 Stiletto 10 & 100 (The Stiletto 10 & 100 require v1.1 software or higher to support SiriusConnect mode.) Width = 2.105"
Height = 1.925"
Depth = 1.975"
Adapter 4 Stiletto 2 Width = 2.105"
Height = 1.925"
Depth = 1.975"

Connections: The following connections are found on the SCVDOC1 SiriusConnect Vehicle Docking Kit.

  • Sirius Dock Connector: This proprietary connector plugs into the bottom of your compatible Sirius Plug & Play radio.
  • SiriusConnect Interface Connector: The supplied 15' SiriusConnect interface cable plugs into this proprietary port which is connected to the SCVDOC1 by a 19" pigtail. The other end of the supplied SiriusConnect interface cable plugs into the optional Sirius adapter, sold separately.
  • Antenna Connector: The supplied Sirius Antenna connects to this SMB connector which is attached to the SCVDOC1 by a 19" pigtail. The supplied Sirius antenna features an attached 21' cord and a magnetic base to mount the antenna on the outside of your vehicle.

Mounting: There are two mounting options available for mounting the SCVDOC1.

  • Mounting Screw: The SCVDOC1 can be surface mounted to a flat surface of your vehicle  using the supplied  mounting screws.
  • Mounting Adapter: The SCVDOC1 can also be mounted using the supplied pedestal mount which screws into the back of the SCVDOC1 and then mounts to a clean, flat surface of your vehicle via its adhesive backing. The mount will allow you to adjust the angle of the SCVDOC1, as well.

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Works with almost all radios through FM radio or through aux input. Radios marked "sat ready" or "Sirius ready" are controllable through the head unit with the included interface cable. I mounted the antenna in my dash and have excellent reception. The portability is cool with the home kit you can listen to sat radio at work or while camping [ EDWARD J  May 01, 2015 ]
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: We do not have any models that this can work with. Typically, it will be your 2008 to 2012 GPS receivers. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. [ Krissy  Apr 28, 2015 ]  Staff
You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you. [ Krissy  Mar 24, 2015 ]  Staff
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there is a way to replay the songs. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Jeff  Feb 24, 2014 ]  Staff
i dont know if it is compatible. i connected the car kit to a clarion cmd6 marine stereo. before i purchased the kit i checked to make sure it was compatible. you should be able to check the manuals online to see if they are compatible. [ JAMES  Feb 04, 2014 ]
I leave got.thaf part set [ MICHAEL J  Feb 04, 2014 ]