Add Satellite Radio with factory controls to your 2011 – 2016 Porsche

Easy Plug and Play Satellite Radio Adapter for 2011-2016 Porsche
No Need to remove stereo – Uses factory USB connection – Includes everything you need for installation including tuner and antenna.


Clean factory installation.  No ugly add on boxes.  Change stations , add presets  all with the factory radio controls

2011-2015 Porsche Panamera
2011-2016 Porsche Cayenne
2013-2014 Porsche 911
2015 Porsche Macan

Also works with all vehicles with PCM3 Radio

Add SiriusXM Satellite Radio To Your Factory Car Stereo – New | Used Car Dealers



Hey Car Dealers! Have a car on your lot with every option but Satellite Radio? Check out our plug and play solution for many 2009 – 2018


Toyota | Subaru | Porsche | BMW | Ford | Lexus | Honda | Dodge

Some do not even require the radio to be removed to install. Comes with everything you need for easy installation.


3 Options to Add SiriusXM Radio to Your Factory Car Radio

You don’t need a brand new car OR an after-market stereo to enjoy SiriusXM® Satellite Radio and the perks that come with it. Odds are good that you can use a satellite radio adapter kit from VAIS


1. Buy a Stand-Alone Satellite Radio, Stick It To The Dash, and Then Run Some Wires

There are lots of inexpensive satellite radio units available – even SiriusXM offers a handful on their website. Most of these units are basically a little box that you stick to your dash, and then you’ll need to run two sets of wires:

  • One wire will go to your car’s electrical system for power. Most of the time, this is a plug that goes into your cigarette lighter.
  • The other wire(s) will go to an FM modulator, either placed somewhere in your car or sitting behind your dash.
Dash Clutter

This isn’t a picture of a satellite radio unit mounted to a dash, but it illustrates how cluttered things can get with just a unit and a power cord. Toss in one or two more wires, and you’ve got a mess.

The main advantages to this type of setup are a) it’s cheap, and b) it’s not permanent. If you don’t want to spend the money – or if you don’t want to permanently install a satellite radio in your car – this is a reasonable way to go. However, a lot of people don’t like this type of setup long term. First, wires running around the interior of your car inevitably get tangled and messy. Second, electronics mounted on the dash are often stuck on with double-sided tape, which can fall off on a hot day. Third, this approach relies on the use of an FM modulator, which can be buggy (more on that below). Fourth, changing satellite radio stations requires working the satellite receiver “box” on the dash. But again, it’s a very inexpensive way to add satellite to your car. For some situations, it’s a good choice.

A Note About FM Modulators

A lot of satellite radio adapter kits – especially the cheap ones – utilize something called an “FM modulator” to get the satellite radio signal from the receiver to your stereo’s head unit. Essentially, an FM modulator is a miniature FM radio station. It broadcasts satellite radio over a very short range, and then your FM radio “picks up” the signal and plays it over your car’s factory stereo. The main reason that FM modulators are used is cost, as they have quite a few negatives. Specifically:

  • The transmitter is very, very weak. Any sort of interference will mess up the signal.
  • The transmitter usually isn’t very good in terms of sound quality.
  • Any sort of stray radio signal from your vehicle’s electrical system, neighboring vehicles, radio stations on nearby frequencies, or even your cell phone will be audible. High pitched whines, static, popping noises – these are all pretty common.

The best FM modulators will require you to remove your factory stereo, unplug the factory antenna, and then plug it into your modulator. The modulator then has a wire to plug into the factory stereo. We call this a ‘piggyback style’ FM modulator. Mod trouble Of course, if you go with this style, you’ll have to remove the stereo from the dash, or pay someone else to do it. If you’re going to go to that much trouble, it might make sense to invest in a better solution.

2. Get an AUX Adapter Kit, Rig Up A Satellite Radio Receiver

Some newer factory stereos have an auxiliary input on the stereo’s face. If your vehicle has this, you can simply buy a satellite receiver unit, run a wire from that unit to the ‘aux’ input, and then power the receiver. No FM modulator, no getting into the dash. The main problems with this setup:

  • You still need to mount some sort of satellite unit on the dash of your car
  • You need to run two sets of wires – one for power and one for signal – from the satellite “box” on the dash to the AUX input and (most often) your cigarette lighter
  • You have to change satellite radio stations using the dash mounted receiver “box”
  • If you want to listen to anything else thru the AUX input, you have to disconnect your satellite radio

For some people, none of these problems are a big deal. But if the idea of wires and dash clutter isn’t doing much for you, this isn’t a good solution.

3. Install A VAIS Satellite Radio Adapter Kit

VAIS Technology offers two types of satellite adapter kits: one that you plug into the USB port in your armrest, center console, dash, etc. or one that installs behind your vehicle’s dash.  Kit can be installed in about an hour. No clutter All VAIS kits have the following features:

  • Seamless integration. With the kits that install behind the vehicle’s dash, you won’t see any boxes or wires. Everything will still look factory.
  • Factory-grade sound quality. Because our kits form a direct wired connection between the satellite receiver and your factory stereo, there is no signal degradation. You’ll hear perfect quality satellite.
  • Control satellite radio with your built-in controls. Want to change satellite radio stations? Just push the correct button on the stereo (or on your steering wheel, if equipped). Want to control your presents and categories? Use your factory controls.
  • OEM quality that won’t effect your warranty. Many auto dealers use VAIS Technology systems to add satellite radio to vehicles that don’t come equipped with it from the factory.


Wrapping Up

Whatever option you go with, the important thing to know is this: You don’t have to replace your factory stereo to add satellite to your car. Don’t spend your money on an after-market stereo unless you want an after-market stereo.

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  • Available for Most Makes and Models
  • Plug and Play Installation – No splicing wires
  • Use voice activated features like Siri or Ok Google to control devices to be truly hands free
  • Bluetooth music streaming – for Internet Radio Apps , Turn by Turn Navigation , Podcast , Audible or anything audio that comes from your devices.
  • Satellite Radio available on some kits.

For more information and free product consultation to see which kits will work best for you. Let us know the Year / Make / Model of your vehicle , types of devices you have ( iPhone , iPod , Samsung , Android etc) and the features you would like to have and our in house specialist will build you a list of available products.


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Sirius Satellite Radio Car Kits Available Many Crossover SUV’s From:

Toyota | Honda | Subaru | Ford | BMW | Porsche

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Add Satellite Radio to your 2014 – 2017 Toyota Tacoma / 4 Runner / Corolla / Tundra / Camry  

Add Factory featured Satellite Radio to your 2014 – 2017 Toyota through the factory USB connection without removing your Radio.

  • Seamlessly integrate Sirius XM Tuner (SXV300) into your OEM audio system.
  • Kit includes everything you need for plug and play installation to factory radio. No need to remove radio , plugs directly into factory USB port and fused power supply.
  • Channel and Song information displayed on factory radio screen.
  • Use your touch screen , radio knob , steering wheel controls for quick browsing.
Currently Works with:
  • 2014 – 2016 Corolla / Matrix / Yaris
  • 2014 – 2017 Tacoma
  • 2014 – 2016 Tundra
  • 2014 – 2016 4Runner
  • 2014 – 2016 Highlander
  • 2014 – 2018 Camry
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