Vais Technology GSR-023 Adapter
Use SiriusXM's satellite radio tuner with the factory radio in select Honda models
Item # 936GSR023 | MFR # GSR-023
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Add SiriusXM satellite radio to your Honda
This clever adapter lets you enjoy SiriusXM satellite radio directly through your vehicle's factory receiver. All you need is a subscription, a SiriusXM SXV300 tuner (not included), and a few minutes of installation time — you'll be ready to hit the road with all your favorite music, sports, news, and entertainment programming at your fingertips.
Installation is surprisingly simple. You won't need to dig into your dashboard and plug into your factory radio, and you won't have to worry about a clunky cassette adapter or FM transmitter. The GSR connects to your vehicle's USB port and a constant power source, then connects to your SiriusXM tuner.
More functionality, same factory features
You won't lose any of your vehicle's factory functionality, either. You'll be able to control your satellite radio tuner through the factory receiver and steering wheel audio controls, plus retain use of any iPod/iPhone add-ons, the CD/DVD changer, the rear seat entertainment system, or most anything else that's part of your system.
You'll also be able to see channel and song information on your receiver, whether it's a single-DIN receiver with a multi-line LCD display or a double-DIN receiver with a big, touchscreen display. Use your touchscreen, radio controls, steering wheel controls, or tuning knob to browse through channels and search by category. To make things even easier, you can preset up to 36 of your favorite channels.
- add SiriusXM satellite radio to select Honda models
- works with SiriusXM SXV200 and SXV300 tuners
- installs without radio removal
- works with factory receiver and steering wheel audio controls
- preset up to 36 of your favorite channels
- channel and song info displays on your receiver
- 2"W x 7/8"H x 4-11/16"D
- warranty: 60 days
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Add-on SiriusXM Satellite Radio interface module
- 5' Power Harness
- 3' USB cable
- 2A mini-blade fuse
- Fuse tap
- Ring terminal
- Owner's Manual
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SiriusXM Satellite Radio Interface Kit: The Vais Technology GSR-023 allows you to add the SiriusXM SXV300 Tuner (220SXV300, sold separately) to your Honda vehicle's factory audio system (vehicle must be equipped with a factory USB port).
Note: A SiriusXM subscription is also required to receive satellite radio programming from SiriusXM.Vehicle Compatibility: The Vais Technology GSR-023 is compatible with the following Honda vehicles (as of 10/15/15).
|Honda||Odyssey||with factory USB port||2014-2015|
Text Display: Channel and Song information will be displayed on your factory radio's LCD or a touchscreen.
Control: Use your vehicle's touchscreen, radio controls, steering wheel, or tuning knob for quick browsing through SiriusXM's wide channel selection, or browse by category if you prefer. You can preset up to 36 SiriusXM Satellite Radio stations.
Factory Retained Features: The GSR-023 lets you to keep all factory installed components such as iPod/iPhone add-on, 6-disc CD changer, CD/DVD changer, Rear Seat Entertainment System or any other equipment you may have installed in your car.
Installation: The GSR-023 interface requires connection to your vehicle's USB port, a constant power source, and ground. There is no need to remove your factory radio.
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1 question already asked
Sorry, no. Vais does not currently offer an adapter for the 2019 Passport. [ Ryan Feb 15, 2019 ] Staff