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Old 02-16-2009, 08:51 PM   #15
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Laura,
Not into pod music, if was up to me I'd bring the vinyl.

They make good stuff, started with 901 3's way back when. They even swapped them for the series 6 when I had a problem, way out of warranty. Great company, sooper products, with outstanding customer service, Airstream are you listening?

I infact did some research behind why Bose didnt sign a contract with Airstream for sound systems, turns out, we only do systems that are built specially for the customers trailer.The are all custom to the owners trailer. Most customers that have this kind of money, have over million dollar rigs, and it take about 3 days to install the system and the Calibrate it. I tried to get two great companies together, guess it didnt work!
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Old 02-16-2009, 09:12 PM   #16
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Laura,

Well, I couldn't be more pleased with the Wave, in fact I'm using it more and more in the house. Stands up well against the 901's and Acoustimass in the living room.
As you can imagine it more than fills a 25' AS.
The Factory installed system....don't compare.
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I guess it would depend on how much you are willing to spend. The car radio/DVD receivers are up their in price. It has been my experience that DVD player no matter what fail. I have purchased cheap ones and expensive ones and everyone breaks after a year or two. So for now I only get the $30 Walmart DVD players, they are not anything fancy but you push play and they work. Spend the money on the stereo and speakers and a separate DVD player that you can hook up to the audio. You will get the same result but less problems when something breaks.
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