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Old 09-10-2016, 03:28 PM   #21
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Thats cool! What size batteries do you use? What is the battery life with moderate sound levels?


I use a large Kinetik HC1800 and I have ran this system for over 12hr pretty much full blast 3/4 of the time floating a river. The system is ran by a Fusion audio head unit (used in large boats) and a JL audio 400w digital amp pushing 8 Polk audio 6x9's and LED's. This setup also has a wifi router installed for controlling the head unit with an iPad/iPhone.

Kinetik HC1800 1900A High Current Power Cell Car Audio Battery https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004MLZURG..._lOh1xbMHAPRRK


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Old 09-10-2016, 04:09 PM   #22
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Kicker makes a portable splashproof outdoor speaker called the Bullfrog Jump. Looks like they sell a lot of them.

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Another good Bluetooth speaker to use is the UE Boom2. I have one and can hear it all over my 2 story house and it's about the size of a tallboy beer can.


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I use a large Kinetik HC1800 and I have ran this system for over 12hr pretty much full blast 3/4 of the time floating a river. The system is ran by a Fusion audio head unit (used in large boats) and a JL audio 400w digital amp pushing 8 Polk audio 6x9's and LED's. This setup also has a wifi router installed for controlling the head unit with an iPad/iPhone.

Kinetik HC1800 1900A High Current Power Cell Car Audio Battery https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004MLZURG..._lOh1xbMHAPRRK


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Thanks for responding. I bet that sounds amazing.. That's great battery life for what you are running. Sounds a wee heavy hence the wheels?? I am a sound junkie myself, designing, installing pro sound in school gyms and auditoriums.


I'm not trying to hi-jack this thread, its just very interesting to see how others put their skills to use.
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Another good Bluetooth speaker to use is the UE Boom2. I have one and can hear it all over my 2 story house and it's about the size of a tallboy beer can.


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That's Cool. Wireless speakers sure have come a long way over the recent years and seem to be getting better. I have a small Audio Source wireless brick I use, battery life not as good but its decent. I will check into this one.
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Thanks for responding. I bet that sounds amazing.. That's great battery life for what you are running. Sounds a wee heavy hence the wheels?? I am a sound junkie myself, designing, installing pro sound in school gyms and auditoriums.


I'm not trying to hi-jack this thread, its just very interesting to see how others put their skills to use.


Thank you yeah it's not light about 230 lbs I usually mount it on the back of my jeep or in the back of my jeep.


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