Top 5 Car Alarms
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Top 5 Car Alarms
- (Car Alarm (TV Episode)) The following is a list of episodes for the Disney Channel series Kim Possible.
- A car alarm is an electronic device installed in a vehicle in an attempt to discourage theft of the vehicle itself, its contents, or both.
- (Car Alarm (album)) Car Alarm is an album by The Sea and Cake, which was released on October 21, 2008 on Thrill Jockey Records.
- Jin Presents: The Emcee’s Properganda is Jin’s second album. It was released on October 25, 2005.
- Lauren Poppell (1999)
top 5 car alarms – SIRIUS Sportster
Amazon.com Product Description With a stylish new gun-metal grey finish, the Sportster 5 satellite radio receiver sports a new slim profile while still maintaining the same great features for which the Sportster series is known. Highlights include a large, multicolor, easy-to-read 6-line display, plus a rotary tuning knob for added convenience. The Sportster 5, conveniently transportable between home and car, is easy to use and features Sirius’ universal dock for simple installation. Optional universal accessory docking kits and audio systems conveniently allow for use in the home, boat, office, and multiple vehicles.
The Sportster 5 features a large, easy-to-read 6-line display, and a gun-metal grey finish. View larger.
Move your music effortlessly between car, home, or office.
An easy-to-read, six-line, 2.7-inch multi-color display helps keep tabs on the channel name and number, category, artist name, song title, and time simultaneously. The receiver also lets you program up to 30 presets of your favorite streams, as well as search by stream, artist name, song title, or category. And with a quick press of the one-touch jump button, you can instantly switch between traffic and weather reports for your city and any of your preset music, news, or entertainment channels. Other programming details include an S-Seek function that stores your favorite artists and songs and alerts you when one is playing on any of the music channels, direct station tuning via the numeric buttons, and a channel lock option. Time functions include an onscreen clock, alarm, and sleep timer, as well as a program alert that allows the unit to switch to a preprogrammed stream at a selected time.
The Sportster 5 really earns its stripes, however, with its variety of enhanced features designed specifically for sports lovers. The Game Alert feature prompts you when your favorite NFL or other sports teams are playing on Sirius. The Game Zone lists all of your favorite teams in one virtual category and lets you select a different team from each of the various sports leagues, including the NFL, NBA, NHL, and college sports. And what sports fan could do without the Sportster’s instant replay function, which lets you pause, rewind, and replay 60 minutes of live radio? As soon as you tune to a channel, the receiver automatically begins storing the audio for later playback.
The Sportster 5 also includes a built-in FM transmitter that sends Sirius radio programming to your vehicle’s FM tuner, so you don’t have to make a direct connection to enjoy the full array of channels. Simply set an empty FM frequency on your radio and tune the Sportster 5 to the same frequency. This function also works with other FM tuners, such as the one on your home stereo, but is easily paired with the car thanks to the bundled vehicle kit, which includes everything you need for listening to Sirius while driving. Parents also have control over channels and channel lockout. Measuring just 9.5 x 7.5 x 3 inches, the Sportster 5 weighs a mere 3.7 ounces.
Sirius Satellite Radio delivers more than 130 channels of music and programming via crystal clear direct satellite feed. In addition to 69 channels of commercial free music listening, Sirius also delivers 65 channels of sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic, and weather forecasts. Sirius–the official satellite radio partner of the NFL, NASCAR, and NBA–broadcasts live play-by-play games of the NFL and NBA, as well as live NASCAR races. All Sirius programming is available for a monthly subscription fee.
What’s in the Box
Sportster 5 satellite radio receiver, remote control, vehicle docking cradle, vehicle power adapter, vehicle antenna, suction cup and vent mounts, FM extender antenna, getting started guide, installation/user’s guide, accessory brochure, and programming guide.
Five years ago: Mount Washington, New Hampshire.
Monday morning dawned bright and clear. So what to do with the day? I had the idea of heading upstate and looking for some covered bridges and maybe driving up Mount Washington. Everyone agreed that this was a fine idea. Max wanted to cook breakfast for us, so he made cheesy eggs and was really good.
The map we had bought yesterday, made it quite clear where the bridges were. But it turned out the maps were really of no use at all. Driving up the highway, three bridges should have been visible. But at each location, there were no sign of the bridges, or signs to point in what direction they lay. Finally, one was spotted just off the highway, a red painted wooden structure. We photographed it from just about every angle, and walked across it, under it. Suitably satisfied, we drove on into the White Mountains to the foot of Mount Washington.
We stopped at the Ranger Station just outside the park’s entrance for something to eat. I thought the food would be good, but instead we had cremated pizza, which must have been on the servery since Saturday, if not months before. It’s a good job that crispy cheese tastes good. They had a climbing wall in the visitor’s centre, and Max had a go at climbing it. He did well, getting more than halfway up before tiredness overtook his arms, and he fell, slowly thanks to the safety harness.
There are three ways up the mountain: climb, rack railway or drive. Climbing was out, and it cost seventy bucks each on the train, so drive it was. The road costs ten bucks to get on, and almost at once launches up the mountain at an angle of 45 degrees. It is seven miles long, and for the last four miles is above the tree line. This gives spectacular views across the Presidential range of the Appellations. It also gives wonderful, if scary views to the bottom of the mountain. And going up, the person in the passenger seat has the best views, unless they are of a nervous disposition. Sorry Marcy. It is unfenced, and for the most part, a dirt track, barely wide enough for two normal cars to pass. Hurrah for the American love of SUV’s then.
Near the top of the mountain, the road ran alongside the cog railway. And as luck would have it, a train was nearing the top as we approached. The small steam engine pushed a solitary yellow carriage, very slowly to the summit.
At the summit, there was an extensive car back. Noah and I rushed off to see the arrival of the train, leaving Marcy to change into some walking shoes. I left her the car keys resting on the inside of the car door to lock the car with, thinking she had seen me leave the keys. She hadn’t, thinking I had the keys. Finishing putting on the shoes, she closed the door, thus locking the only se of keys we had inside the car. On top of a mountain. Ignorant of this, I took photographs of the train, now arrived. Behind me I heard Marcy wailing, turning around; I saw that she had a look of panic on her face. She had seen the keys just as the door was closing, and she watched them shoot off the door onto the driver’s seat. What to do? We rushed back down to the car, and the car mocked us. It had a keypad entry, but we had no code. Pressing one of the buttons caused the internal door lock button to move, giving hope of gaining entry. But, it was laughing at us. Personally, I think it was punishing us for ignoring its warning that it was due an oil change, or mocking it when it told us a door was ajar, or one of us had no seat belt on. Marcy stopped me from breaking a quarter window with a stone, and persuaded me to ask at the ranger’s station. I did, and this does happen to other people from time to time, and they would send a guy up.
So, we were left to sit and wonder at our situation, and eventually laugh about it. After half an hour, a ranger came, with a jimmy. After 5 minutes of finding the right place, with one deft pull, the locks opened. Ha ha, so much for modern technology, all to took as a piece of metal two feet long with a notch cut in it. And the bloody alarm never went off all the while the lock was being jimmied. Thanks Mr. Ford.
So, now with our keys in hand, we explored the summit, the weather station, the canteen, the views, and laughed. In time, we left, taking our time, stopping regularly to cool the breaks down. At times it was heart stopping, but I enjoyed it, as so did Max, pointing out to Marcy how far it was down the mountain. Kids, don’t you just love them?
Once back in Rochester, I made chicken Madras, as Marcy had wanted to try a proper British curry, if that makes sense. I think it came out well, and Max and Noah ate theirs, so, it could be called a success.
wardrobe 5-22-09 — ooh what a morning
cardi – city ltd (by the way, i got silver flashes in my eyes trying to look back at the label — now it looks like silver lines are swimming in front of me — what does that mean!!!??)
top – AB Schwartz (or something — i’m not risking another visual episode to be sure)
pants – union bay
shoes – jessica simpson
bag – mark
coffee – starbucks
top 5 car alarms
Thanks to the AC Anywhere Power Inverter from Belkin, running out of power is an event of the past. This unit simply plugs into any standard, 12-volt DC vehicle cigarette lighter socket to convert your vehicle’s battery power to 110-volt AC (common household current). It also features two AC outlets, an automatic overheat shut-off at 150F, low-battery alarm at 10.6V and automatic shut-off feature at 10.6V. Now you can keep laptop computers, PDAs, and AC appliances powered and operational wherever you go.
What’s in the Box
Power inverter and replaceable fuse.