XM and wire windows
Has anybody tried using XM behind windows with the wire mesh inside of
them? Or more specifically, has anyone found a way around it?
I've got an XMPCR unit that I'd like to activate but my south-facing
office windows are all filled with a wire mesh. I get no signal to speak
of. Once in a blue moon the indicator will jump to about 1/4 signal
strength, but I don't get any sound and it drops off after a few seconds.
I've considered getting the signal amplifier XM has, but thats another
$40 for something that may or may not work. Anyone have experience with
this? XM just claims "it may not work with wiremesh windows" and thats
all they'll say.
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