Originally Posted by 3'senough
Go with a bluetooth rechargeable one. You can also buy an adaptor that will plug into the head unit phone jack so it will pair unless you use your phone or Ipod.
I like it so I can move it around to where I am in the campsite and keep the music within the confines of my site. Rarely can you hear it beyond my site as I face the speaker towards the unit. Hardly ever use my outdoor speakers.
X2 - we have a couple of Bluetooth speakers, one inside and one for outside. The inside is a Panasonic SC-NP10 and the outside is an Ion Road Rocker (small, 8 inch cube). They both work great for listening to music via phones, tablets, iPods, etc. The Ion is rechargeable, portable and sounds great. Like 3'enough, we're diligent about the volume and careful not to disturb others.
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