Originally Posted by K4RGD
Just an observation...
Our clipper's stereo is wired to the left speakers are inside and rights are outside. Is this normal?
How difficult would it be to swap the wire feeds to where the outside is the rear speakers and inside the front? At least that way, we'd get both channels of stereo inside AND out. Any chance the stereo is easy to remove?
If it's a difficult process, I won't mess with it. Being an audio guy, this just bugs me.
Mine had one speaker inside and one outside playing if it was faded front or rear. All it did was change which ones were playing.
You should have a bag with the manual for the radio and the removal tools in it. As far as easy to fix, that depends on what you call easy.
On mine the radio would not pull out with the tools. So I opened the right door on the cabinet and gently pried the panel inside off. It was only 4 staples. I used some small screws to put it back in. They had put a back support strap on the radio and it was screwed to the cabinet. No wonder it wouldn't come out! None of the wires from the speakers are marked so you have to figure out what goes where and then wire it up to suit you. Mine is now outside fronts and inside rears.
So now I can turn off the ones outside and not bother anyone!