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Old 01-19-2015, 09:37 AM   #21
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Hopefully you keep the volume down on the outside speakers for the sake of your fellow campers!

We have had a few bad experiences this way over the years and when we do, cannot understand how inconsiderate of their neighbours some folk can be.

Not suggesting at all that you would be so inclined!

I just get a bit annoyed at the tendency of a lot of new RV's that come equipped now with outside speaker, outside tv's etc!

Guess it would be fine for boondockers - apart from annoying the animals!

I have to admit that now and then, I take a very small portable radio outside under the awning while reading or BBQ'ing , but have it so low that you probably couldn't hear it more than 15 feet away.

I tend to use good quality earphones more often if listening to music while reading outside.

Brian.
I do the same...my inside audio up-grade is easily brought outside and enjoyed at a level that is comfortable for all.



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Old 01-19-2015, 04:55 PM   #22
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Bob,
Bose is a nice and compact solution as well. Also, admiring your partially filled liquid cooled sonic frequency glass reflector !
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Old 01-19-2015, 05:17 PM   #23
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We replaced the stock speakers with Focals (Focal Access 165 CA1 6.5-Inch Coaxial Speaker Kit). It was a modestly priced (~$150/pair) quality car speaker with moveable coaxial tweeters underneath the grill. They also look better in all black against the white CCD cabinets. We didn't change anything else, but it did take a bit of work to enlarge the speaker openings slightly to fit.

The quality was quite a bit better for minimal effort and cost.
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Bose is a nice and compact solution as well. Also, admiring your partially filled liquid cooled sonic frequency glass reflector !
To be used very carefully....more than three fingers will substantially reduce the audience frequency absorption capability.

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Hi, my trailer had a rattling speaker. I fixed that and the sound was good enough for me. I also bought a nice 22" TV. We seldom even use these while traveling. I did buy a Bose system for my 55" House TV. Sounds great when music is playing.
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