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Old 07-11-2016, 05:22 PM   #11
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Looking to replace the factory speakers on our 2016 377RLBH. We don't have the camper yet but the sound in the demo unit was awful. I understand the factory receiver isn't exactly a powerhouse but I figure a set of high efficiency aftermarket drivers should make a world of difference. Does anyone know the size of the factory speakers?

Have you gotten the unit yet? I'm very curious about this. Ours will be showing up at the end of the month and I hate that I can't really enjoy the stock speakers. I was thinking of just adding a good head unit you'd get for a car and then figuring out how to get audio to it from the tv.


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I installed a pair of infinity speakers in mine and it made the world of difference.
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I installed a pair of infinity speakers in mine and it made the world of difference.


Did they mount ok?


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They mounted perfectly. These are 6 1/2" speakers. Infinity does make a speaker with white grille which may look better aesthetically but for the cost, I just couldn't justify it. Every Infinity brand speaker I have ever purchased never disappointed.

I bought these for $39.99 on sale at Academy which are normally $79.99.



These can be had for $74.00 at Walmart.com
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Old 07-17-2016, 09:33 PM   #15
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They mounted perfectly. These are 6 1/2" speakers. Infinity does make a speaker with white grille which may look better aesthetically but for the cost, I just couldn't justify it. Every Infinity brand speaker I have ever purchased never disappointed.



I bought these for $39.99 on sale at Academy which are normally $79.99.







These can be had for $74.00 at Walmart.com



Perfect! That makes it easy for me... I guess before I purchase, does the speaker setup work with a bluray player or Xbox or whatever I hook up to my tv? I'd like to use the speakers instead of soundbar


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If your head unit has a auxiliary jack input, I see no reason you couldn't. None of my TV's have an auxiliary out for audio so I just disconnected the DVD player's audio out (via 3.5mm to male RCA cable) then connected to the head unit which works very well.

If you have HDMI going to your TV and a separate audio out on your DVD player, you could leave them both connected and use either one. My Sony DVD players and Dish receiver have separate outputs.

At any rate, you should have a few options available to you, it depends on how far you want to go with it.
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https://www.amazon.com/Infinity-652M...speakers+white


Found these on Amazon for a little cheaper that Wally World.
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Old 07-19-2016, 06:17 AM   #18
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https://www.amazon.com/Infinity-652M...speakers+white


Found these on Amazon for a little cheaper that Wally World.

That's a good price and those sound great too. The head unit will also make a difference in quality of sound. These speakers like power and my stock head unit (Dual) had very little power. I had an older Sony and Pioneer lying around so I decided to do a reference test. Either Sony or Pioneer made the world of difference with the new speakers.
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