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    CD Quality Audio

    Currently I have the Sirius everything package. I've been a subscriber since April 05. I often listen to the internet radio stream when at home or at work. I'm thinking of upgrading to the CD Quality Audio for $2.99/month. Does anyone know if I this will work with the Mozilla add on and/or the Yahoo! Widget for online listening? I don't want to have to go to www.sirius.com everytime to listen. Thanks in advance for the help!

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    I have used the CD quality upgrade with Starplayr and SiriusMac2 and it works great. I even get the high quality stream on my Windows Mobile phone using the SelectRadio app.......

    SelectRadio

    http://www.selectradio.com/index.html

    Starplayr

    http://starplayr.com/ourproducts.html

    SiriusMac

    http://www.siriusmac.com/SiriusMac.html
    Last edited by Demian; 10-15-2008 at 12:14 AM.

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    Thanks for the reply!

    I can't seem to get the StarPlyr link to work...when I click the link to download the app (or any other link pointing to the geekstoolbox domain), it says page not found. Oh well, I'll keep trying. Thanks again!

    Edgar
    Last edited by edgar; 10-15-2008 at 08:43 AM.

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    I wonder if they haven't finished this yet?


    GeeksToolBox.com / StarPlayr for Windows Downtime
    on: October 10, 2008, 06:50:44 AM
    We plan to move our servers to a new data center facility
    this weekend, starting at 10:00pm EDT on Saturday, October 11,
    2008, and continuing into Sunday, October 12.

    There will be a period of time when StreamSmart, StarPlayr for Windows and
    GeeksToolBox will not be available. We will do our best to minimize this
    downtime; we expect that it will last
    between 12 and 24 hours, though we will work to restore service
    as quickly as we can, and it is likely that our sites will be
    up and running again by mid-day Sunday.

    We apologize for any inconvenience. We have scheduled this data
    center move over a Saturday night/Sunday morning, when Web site
    traffic is typically at its lowest, to minimize disruption.

    Note to Mac users: This disruption may also interfere with the Tracker data on some versions of StarPlayr2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demian View Post
    I wonder if they haven't finished this yet?


    GeeksToolBox.com / StarPlayr for Windows Downtime
    on: October 10, 2008, 06:50:44 AM
    We plan to move our servers to a new data center facility
    this weekend, starting at 10:00pm EDT on Saturday, October 11,
    2008, and continuing into Sunday, October 12.

    There will be a period of time when StreamSmart, StarPlayr for Windows and
    GeeksToolBox will not be available. We will do our best to minimize this
    downtime; we expect that it will last
    between 12 and 24 hours, though we will work to restore service
    as quickly as we can, and it is likely that our sites will be
    up and running again by mid-day Sunday.

    We apologize for any inconvenience. We have scheduled this data
    center move over a Saturday night/Sunday morning, when Web site
    traffic is typically at its lowest, to minimize disruption.

    Note to Mac users: This disruption may also interfere with the Tracker data on some versions of StarPlayr2.
    I wondered the same thing as well. I guess I will just wait a bit and try again in a few days. Thanks for the help!

    Edgar

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    I saw some other posts to this effect on the Stern Fan forum. Appears the move is still ongoing.

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