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Old 04-13-2014, 01:00 AM   #1
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Outside speakers?

Hi everyone,
We just got our Shamrock 21dk home and we are trying to figure out how to get the outside speakers to work. On the radio it has A B or C speakers.
Well only A (inside speaker) is coming on. I really dont know why they have 3 different speakers A B C because I can only see one on the inside and then the outside ones.
Does anyone know what we are doing wrong?
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Old 04-13-2014, 01:54 AM   #2
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On our 21RS, A &B are the 2 sets of indoor speakers, and C is the outdoor. If selecting C doesn't turn on the outdoor speakers, I would say there's a problem!
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Old 04-13-2014, 08:48 AM   #3
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We just discovered on our Roo 183 we have to turn the stereo very loud to hear the outside speakers. In doing so we have to turn A and B off otherwise people in the trailer go deaf.
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We just discovered on our Roo 183 we have to turn the stereo very loud to hear the outside speakers. In doing so we have to turn A and B off otherwise people in the trailer go deaf.
LOL, mine is the same way....

I need to change out the outside speakers any way as one does not work...
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Being an old foggy, I wish they would remove the outside speakers as most folks don't seem to realize other campers don't appreciate the noise coming from next door or 2 or 3 campers away. JMO.
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Being an old foggy, I wish they would remove the outside speakers as most folks don't seem to realize other campers don't appreciate the noise coming from next door or 2 or 3 campers away. JMO.
x2!

i have bluetooth stereo headphones so i can be outside, listening to my music as loud as i want, without forcing my neighbors to also listen to it.

with today's technology, outside speakers aren't always necessary.
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x2!
X3!! I do like to turn them on in the yard if we're washing the camper or something.

As for the OP, turn off A when you have sound inside and turn up the volume - try B then C. If you don't have sound something is wrong. You wouldn't be the first (or second, or third...) person that got a camper where either they didn't connect the wire behind the stereo or it came loose.
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We figured it out.. They finally came on.
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Being an old foggy, I wish they would remove the outside speakers as most folks don't seem to realize other campers don't appreciate the noise coming from next door or 2 or 3 campers away. JMO.
I use mine all the time but keep the volume down low. Never had any complaints...and my current neighbor would certainly complain if there were a problem. I will have it on a baseball game when grilling outdoors and turn it off as soon as I'm finished cooking. I checked the volume at the front of my neighbors 5er and couldn't hear it and my hearing is good.

As long as someone does it responsibly and is courteous...

Now if a neighbor had some loud RAP CRAP playing....
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We just discovered on our Roo 183 we have to turn the stereo very loud to hear the outside speakers. In doing so we have to turn A and B off otherwise people in the trailer go deaf.
Same on my 2014 Roo 183.

ALSO, one of the inside speakers was intermittent. We pulled the radio and discovered a loose connection. Easy fix.
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