why wouldn't it work international. it is a satelite radio, o ground bases, i used it all the time over canada and alaska. don't put it into the 28 volt sytem just use batteries.
Check Sporty's. I saw a plug in 28/12 volt converter there once. Been meaning to get one myself.
LOL, why not?I use the Pioneer Inno in the plane every time I fly. The lithium battery lasts about 4.5 hours using xm and around 6 hours using only the mp3/recorded xm feature. You can buy extra batteries if your doing long legs. I usually lay it on the dash for a good signal. I even use it when flying as a passenger (wedge it between the shade and the window for a good signal). Pairs up nicely with the Bose QC2. Can't fly without it now.