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Old 10-11-2017, 11:27 AM   #1
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well went out and looked inside the scamper again I have a nice space between the kitchen cabinents to whack a hole and mount the car radio style.

now to find space for the speakers I may put a big amp in there also. you can never have enough sound! Right?

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Old 10-11-2017, 12:00 PM   #2
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well went out and looked inside the scamper again I have a nice space between the kitchen cabinents to whack a hole and mount the car radio style.

now to find space for the speakers I may put a big amp in there also. you can never have enough sound! Right?

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IF IT'S TOO LOUD, YOU'RE TOO OLD!!!
Video of my deaf Blue Heeler Sheila listening to some music
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Old 10-11-2017, 12:30 PM   #3
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CRAZY is all I can say!!!




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Old 10-11-2017, 02:58 PM   #4
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I put a car stereo between the 2 doors on the upper bunk in my Boler. I thought about an amp and subs but they would eat too much power when boondocking.
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Nobody says you have to use them, the other residents of this the wilderness would probably appreciate you not using them either at that time... But there's always that one night in the campground when everyone's partying hard
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Old 10-18-2017, 07:51 PM   #6
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i have never

I have never understood for the compulsion for loud music for you neighbors.

it never made sense to me!!


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Installing subs isn't necessarily about loudness for me but more about better quality sound.
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I have never understood for the compulsion for loud music for you neighbors.

it never made sense to me!!


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That's to show off how smart they are. They're so smart that they know what music you like and would like to hear and how loud you'd like it.
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I would never impose my music on my neighbors but I do like good deep bass even when I'm listen to classical. I've also found out that my deaf dog can sense the base so I'm starting to feed her with loud bass music something so that I can use that as perhaps another way to get her attention
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Go do a test listen to some of the smaller Bose speakers.
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Old 10-19-2017, 06:52 AM   #11
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gene you should have lived in the am ham days. Guys would build huge amps you would hear a big thunk when they turned their amp on no relays in those days. In about a second you would hear this real deep voice he would id first then make a transmission!


Of course he might be running a pair of 4-1000s at who knows how much output. I have one it runs 6900v on the plates at 1amp. I listed it for sale one time I could not believe the responses I go from hams wanting that thing even in this day!!


just more fun!!


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