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View Poll Results: How do you listen to music when camping?
Deal with the low end speakers 51 59.30%
Use your car or truck radio 1 1.16%
Use a portable AM/FM/CD radio 4 4.65%
Use a Bluetooth Portable Speaker 30 34.88%
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Old 05-02-2016, 04:47 PM   #41
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I can't believe no one answered. "With my ears"!!!!!

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Old 05-05-2016, 08:13 PM   #42
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I don't use any of the music system in the WhiteHawk. I am a semi profession audio engineer so can't put up with that sound.

My home audio system is all Axiomaudio speakers and a 7 channel Yamaha network receiver. So I have ordered an AxiomAir Wifi equiped portable "boom box" Wifi provides a much more hifi signal than bluetooth.

Powerful Wireless WiFi Speaker that Works Everywhere Easily

Paid $475 on a preorder last October

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Old 05-11-2016, 04:29 PM   #43
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Can't remember how many years ago we purchased the Bose iPod dock, with two rechargeable batteries but it still sounds great. We play low volume also when we are in the mood, not looking to force others to put up with our music tastes. Sometimes good music can actually enhance my enjoyment of the moment and some campgrounds are so busy your hearing lots of man made noise anyway.
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Old 05-11-2016, 05:26 PM   #44
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We listen - on the trailer stereo - if we're cooking or eating dinner, or just hangin' out in the evening. If we're around the campfire, we're usually talking to each other or with friends, or singing campfire songs. When we're camped close to other people we walk around to make sure the sound isn't up too high. (We mostly listen to CDs, Celtic music or "space music" or R&B, and sometimes oldies from the '50s and '60s.)

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