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Old 03-22-2015, 08:52 AM   #11
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I've got the same trailer as you, just a '14. The "A" setting on the stereo is the indoor speakers, "B" is not utilized and "C" is for the out door speakers. To have the TV sound thru the speakers you have to push the "AUX" button.


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I've had my trailer for a year now and love it....I've had some minor issues, all have been fixed by dealer. Enjoy that 1st trip and all the ones after!!
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:00 AM   #12
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Ok, mommiemara, just came in, thanks for the excuse! Turn tour TV on, then turn your stereo on and hit the AUX button. AUX 1 is ceiling speakers, and AUX 2 is tv speakers.

Regarding outside speakers, make sure it says Speaker C ON. Honestly, I never use my outside speakers myself, as campground neighbors may not necessarily want to hear what we may want ro listen to. I'm sure boondocking out in nature, they could come in handy.

Let me know how you make out.
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Nice! C'mon Easter. We also have to navigate a cul-de sac. Guess your neighbor hasn't lived long enough to learn the "what goes around" lesson. Enjoy the step up in TT and good luck finding a new home for the pup.
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:17 AM   #14
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Very nice set up. My TV does play through my inside speakers. Think as I remember you have to also turn off TV speakers on the TV . Mine is still covered so I can't go try or I would. It does take a little playing around to figure out what button sets each set of speakers. I see you mentioned timbrens did you just get them installed. How do you like them.
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:27 AM   #15
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Congrats on your new trailer! Very nice too!
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Very nice set up. My TV does play through my inside speakers. Think as I remember you have to also turn off TV speakers on the TV . Mine is still covered so I can't go try or I would. It does take a little playing around to figure out what button sets each set of speakers. I see you mentioned timbrens did you just get them installed. How do you like them.
My husband installed them himself. He said it was very easy. He can feel them (when not towing) only when he hits a pothole or big bump and when he takes a sharp turn fast. Otherwise he doesn't know they are there. We just towed home with it but between the E4 and the timbrens the truck looked nice and level and per my husband it was easy to tow.
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