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Old 06-06-2016, 07:42 PM   #1
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Replace outside speakers

The outside speakers on my 2016 287BHSW sound like crap. Has anyone replaced theirs? What ones did you use? Did you need an adapter due to the thickness? Thanks
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Old 06-07-2016, 04:39 AM   #2
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While I understand we all have the desire to listen to "our music", please keep your volume down when in a campground. Other campers don't necessarily like "your music" and those of us that like peace and quiet don't like anyone's loud music.

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Good question Ipasco. I rarely use mine because they sound like a jar full of bees sometimes. Started using my own portable with CD player on a table outside. The speakers inside sound fine though. Interested to see what is recommended.
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While I understand we all have the desire to listen to "our music", please keep your volume down when in a campground. Other campers don't necessarily like "your music" and those of us that like peace and quiet don't like anyone's loud music.

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Yes I do think that is correct but as someone else stated, they sound like a jar of bees. My family and I like to listen to instrumental music quietly (I.E. Two cellos, Lindsey Stirling) while reading or eating. It is hard do appreciate quality music when there is a lack of quality in sound.
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Old 06-07-2016, 12:46 PM   #5
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Yes I do think that is correct but as someone else stated, they sound like a jar of bees. My family and I like to listen to instrumental music quietly (I.E. Two cellos, Lindsey Stirling) while reading or eating. It is hard do appreciate quality music when there is a lack of quality in sound.
Plus some boondock. The only neighbors are the animals that may wander around.

Mine are mounted in the aluminum skirting. I think some type of larger box would have to be built behind the speaker location than what is there factory. I have glanced at them, but have other projects that I want to get done first.
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Posting so I can follow. Was thinking that any good marine/automotive speaker would do, although these will probably see more weather than the back deck of a car.


ETA - actually, I expect a good speaker would be playable at a lower volume. You don't have to turn it up so loud to hear over the bees...
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