Originally Posted by mmmmm
thanks; seems like a lot of work
It was quite a bit of work but the effort was worth it. We just returned from a two week vacation up the Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, Philadelphia, Boston, Cooperstown and Gettysburg. The last few days were very warm so we were running the AC. When we watched movies on the front TV, it would have been nearly impossible to hear the TV when the AC kicked on. With the radio speakers directly above our heads, we still had to adjust the volume when the AC kicked on but we could always clearly hear what was happening.
Sad thing is that wiring the TV to the rear speakers would cost very little in material costs. And the labor would be greatly reduced if you were wiring it on the production line. I would think parts and labor could not come to any more than $50...and that would be a high estimate.