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Old 01-11-2013, 03:52 PM   #51
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Quick question that I'm hoping one of you guys that already picked up your camper can answer. Do you know the brand/model of the bluetooth stereo/dvd that it comes with?

Also... very excited today. Called up RV dealer to talk about other dealer's prices, and they came down to $20.1K and including the weight distribution hitch and a 3100WT generator in that price. This snow needs to melt - I'm pumped for camping!
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:05 PM   #52
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Haven't picked mine up yet. Pick it up on the 18th. Waiting for the WD hitch to arrive today. That a good price. I paid $22952.00 with no hitch. But it has standard upgrades from the base model. Looking into RV insurance on it now. More money and then the cost to store it. I hope I have money left over for camping. :-)
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:08 PM   #53
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Quick question that I'm hoping one of you guys that already picked up your camper can answer. Do you know the brand/model of the bluetooth stereo/dvd that it comes with?

Also... very excited today. Called up RV dealer to talk about other dealer's prices, and they came down to $20.1K and including the weight distribution hitch and a 3100WT generator in that price. This snow needs to melt - I'm pumped for camping!
That is a great price for that deal! Should have asked him to throw in a snow plow!

The radio system is a Genesis Technologies GT-2.0. It is ok feature wise but I never heard of this brand before. I have already purchased replacement speakers for inside the TT (polk audio db651), the dual cones leave something to be desired sound wise. The outside ones are next once I get brave enough to cut out holes for the polk audios.

Mine also doesn't seem to have all the wires installed to support playing dvd sound out of the TV, but that's an easy fix. The other strange thing I noticed is that to move the TV to the outside mount you have to fish the power cord up through the wall which seems near impossible to get it back in easily. oh well, we didn't have a TV in our PUP so just having it inside is a huge upgrade!

Enjoy that rig!
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:38 PM   #54
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The radio system is a Genesis Technologies GT-2.0. It is ok feature wise but I never heard of this brand before.
this is made by Concertone, a long time supplier of entertainment systems to the RV industry.
they had a bad reputation for a long time but have vastly improved over the past couple of years.
one of their reps posts here often and helps many out with figuring out issues they have.

here's their website:

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Walked through this camper at the Ohio RV show today at the Cleveland IX Center. Ruff's RV was showing it. Tons of room on the inside. Definitely would have given the 233s I bought last year a run for the money if it was available in 2012.

I enjoyed the show and I walked away still very pleased with my Roo 233s selection I made last year and was not tempted to trade up or trade in. I do really like the new tv placement over the stove in the 2013's though.
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