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Old 06-28-2015, 12:33 AM   #31
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but is that the responsibility of the manufacturer?

Just because i like heavy metal and my neighbor listens to that country crap is not jayco's problem.

We'll settle it with rapiers at dawn!
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Old 06-29-2015, 07:29 AM   #32
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LMAF!!!


Loved it.


Personally, I consider background music one more form of personal pollution and try to be considerate of those around me.
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Old 08-10-2015, 12:49 AM   #33
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Our 26RKS has the surface mount teardrop shape speakers. They sound terrible! the flush mount speakers on our old Jay Feather 197 sounded so much better.
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Old 09-09-2015, 09:25 AM   #34
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Nope normal.

Your ears are much further from the outside speakers than the indoor ones. Plus the walls contain the sound inside making it appear louder.
If I turn both inside and outside speakers on with only the screen door (no windows open) and the volume is at a comfortable level for inside, I can hear the inside speakers when outside more than the outside speakers when standing right by them. I do notice that the outside speakers sound "tinny" (no much bass). I have a brand new TT 24 FBS. Looking for a solution.
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Old 09-09-2015, 09:35 AM   #35
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On most rv radios A & B are 25w per channel while C is only 10w. It should say so in the manual. It was the case with mine. I moved my outside speaker wires on the back of the radio to the ones that were open for B and it fixed the issue.
Worth a try!
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It is possible that since the outdoor speakers are made to be exposed to weather that they are made from different materials than the ones inside. It may take more power to move the cones if they are made from a more durable material.
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I have noticed the same thing, but read on this fourm somewhere that the outside speakers are wired to the rear speaker wires. So labor day weekend while camping in my 28 bhbe I thought I would try the fader to the rear and it worked to even the sound level out. I would try the fade first before rewireing or replacing speakers.
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We just picked up our 28DSBH over the weekend. The outside speakers put more sound into the cabinet next to the microwave than out the grill. None of the three sets are of great quality, but I wasn't expecting concert-quality. After all, we upgraded from a unit with a cassette deck, we had a low threshold for quality.
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I have noticed the same thing, but read on this fourm somewhere that the outside speakers are wired to the rear speaker wires. So labor day weekend while camping in my 28 bhbe I thought I would try the fader to the rear and it worked to even the sound level out. I would try the fade first before rewireing or replacing speakers.
Excellent! Yes, adjusting the Fade worked for me. My outside speakers are considered Rear speakers. Setting the Fade to R=2 or 3 evened the sound out. Now I can enjoy both inside and out comfortably.
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Old 09-14-2015, 09:02 PM   #40
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I have a Jensen stereo unit with A, B, and C. A is inside 2 speakers and C is outside - no second set of speakers inside for B. I replaced the inside speakers with 6 1/2" 3-way Pioneers soon after we brought our new trailer home almost 2 years ago. My outside speakers were very weak like others have said. I just completed rewiring and adding a second pair of outside speakers. I installed a volume control inside my storage bay just above my small fridge after luckily snaking the wires down (and up) the inside of the exterior wall. It controls both the weak tear-drop factory speakers, and a pair of old Dual speakers that sit on milk crates under my frame, and attach/detach in a weather-proof electric box and cover, with banana plugs. I ran the speaker wires underneath and inside pvc conduit along the I-beam. The volume of the inside speakers are controlled by the fader somewhere around R3. I may install another volume control for the inside A speakers rather than using the fader. I know - way too much work - but it sounds pretty sweet and at low volumes! I had most of the materials so it wasn't very costly.
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