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Old 04-01-2011, 02:55 PM   #11
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Well I am not much help then....

I cant remember how that thing mounted in there, wasn't it just resting on the shelf? I dont remember it being custom fit. If that is the case, cant you replace it with any other model with similar features? The plug in for the speakers may be different (if it is not bare wire), but that should be easily fixable. There are a ton out there ranging from $100 to $100....blue ray would be a nice upgrade.
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Old 04-01-2011, 02:57 PM   #12
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Yes it does just sit in there and that was my next thought as long as it fits in the cubby go with something maybe better or newer..and hopefully it will work with the speakers I have now..I would think all of them would...wouldn't they??
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I would think so...only thing I would check is to make sure there are just 2 wires going to the subwoofer. I dont think it was powered, but that would be the only thing that I can think of that could get ya....

Was that thing 120v or 12v ?
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hmmm...taking a stab..but I think 120
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Well that is what I would think....but it had me wondering since they generally have 12 volt radios.....didnt want that to be another surprise...
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Old 10-07-2013, 04:13 PM   #16
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It seems the unit in out trailer is a low wattage unit compared to anything on the market that I can see. Here is a link that may stick around for a bit.

http://b0017sr7d2.shopping.kingbloom...vd-player.html

I believe the system is rated at 6 Ohms so its good to stick as close to that as possible. Most mini-home systems are 3 or 4 Ohms and Standard Home Amp systems with big old speakers tend to be 8 Ohms.

My suggest would be to find a decent unit in the 4 Ohm range preferably under 400 Watts to avoid popping the speakers.

If I have any more info, I will post it up. I still have not found a good replacement yet but am just starting my search.
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