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Old 01-15-2012, 08:14 AM   #11
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I put one of those radios in my truck, a Sony Xplod. I bought it on Ebay very reasonable and upgraded the truck speakers as well. Nice to be able to plug in my MP3 player to the USB port and have control over it through the radio, unlike the AUX port where it just plays itself. It is also nice to have the USB port to charge up things.
I did the same on my Tundra. Using some parts, I integrated it with my steering wheel controls, OEM amps, then added a Sirius/XM receiver module. In fact, I don't see any reason why you couldn't have XM in the RV going this route.
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I did the same on my Tundra. Using some parts, I integrated it with my steering wheel controls, OEM amps, then added a Sirius/XM receiver module. In fact, I don't see any reason why you couldn't have XM in the RV going this route.
Steering wheel controls, no such luxury on my plain jane work truck. In fact I have crank down windows!
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Steering wheel controls, no such luxury on my plain jane work truck. In fact I have crank down windows!
Look on the bright side, Lee. None of those pesky window motors to burn out!
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Ok on the 29N there should be a DVD/CD/radio/ suround sound unit in the space above the corner cabinet just inside the door, there are or should be wires from the speakers in there and a subwoofer in that corner cabinet. Now they are not 12 volt, there is a 120v outlet in that cubby that you plug in the sterio unit into. We have been watching an RCA unit at Walmart, that is about 120 watts and is surround sound 5.1 that will repace it very nicely. After I said all that do you have ceiling speakers???
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