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Old 08-08-2012, 10:42 PM   #41
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where are you camping that nobody comes around and asks them to turn it down?
Practically every campground you go to as well as at practically every stop light. Don't think it's the trailer's external speakers, it's the da-- boom boxes or car/trucks with the doors &/or windows open and volume at the max.
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:44 PM   #42
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Hi All: I have a 2012 Windjammer 3001W. The exterior speakers are much lower than the interior speakers. If I have the interior set at a 4 for volume I need to turn off the interior and raise the volume to about 12-15 to be able to hear at a low level at the exterior. Is this normal for water proof speakers?? I have an appointment with the dealer at the end of May and want to get info on this before I go there. Thanks; Frank
Hey Eaglelover,
Did you ever find out anything at the dealership? Obviously, others have taken this to a whole new level.
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Obviously, others have taken this to a whole new level.
That has nothing to do with the OP...
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Old 08-09-2012, 01:48 AM   #44
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Did you ever find out anything at the dealership? Obviously, others have taken this to a whole new level.
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That has nothing to do with the OP...
Translation: While Racerx had also inquired about a similar issue in this thread Eaglelover was the OP.
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What I was referring to was the "whole new level" of discussion that some have taken it to had nothing to do with the OP. Not the asking Eaglelover if they fount out an answer. Sorry for the confusion.
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:30 AM   #46
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Hi All: I have a 2012 Windjammer 3001W. The exterior speakers are much lower than the interior speakers. If I have the interior set at a 4 for volume I need to turn off the interior and raise the volume to about 12-15 to be able to hear at a low level at the exterior. Is this normal for water proof speakers?? I have an appointment with the dealer at the end of May and want to get info on this before I go there. Thanks; Frank
You are asking a question that has been ask at least a dozen times and I have emailed & pm'd Bob Fields several times and get no help. Even ask about installing some other pc of equip to the audio output and still get no answer other that "No fix". Totally dishearting!
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:50 PM   #47
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Did you ever find out anything at the dealership? Obviously, others have taken this to a whole new level.
Yeah..no kidding!
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if al else fails, maybe try crutchfield, an electronics/stereo place on the east coast iirc. always seemed to have good deals, maybe they can steer you in the right direction. might have to put a fader/balance knob in there somewhere and fine tune accordingly.
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What I was referring to was the "whole new level" of discussion that some have taken it to had nothing to do with the OP. Not the asking Eaglelover if they fount out an answer. Sorry for the confusion.
Just trying to get the thread back on track to the OP's original post. IMO, some are taking this to a personal level that is not needed. I am still interested to hear if the OP heard anything from the dealership.
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