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Old 01-10-2016, 10:25 AM   #1
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No switch to turn Outdoor Speakers off

Hi All. We have had our 2015 Sunseeker 2400W for about 6 months. It has many wonderful features and we are still getting used to it. One of the mysteries is the outdoor speaker operation. My husband drove into our driveway the other day while I was in the house and I thought I heard people talking. It turns out that the book he was listening to inside the RV was blasting through the outdoor speakers as well. We tried everything we could with the very fancy Jensen sound system/GPS that came in the new RV. None of the settings stopped the outdoor speakers from playing. We searched the interior of the vehicle for a switch but have found nothing. We've searched online and have found no answers. Even the dealer where we purchased our Sundeeker doesn't know how to work the system. Help! We cannot even use the Bluetooth to have a phone call without blasting it on our outdoor speakers! Short of disconnecting the outdoor speakers, we don't know what to do. Thanks for any and all help.
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Old 01-10-2016, 10:36 AM   #2
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Most have 3 buttons for selection on the Face of unit! Youroo!! A B C
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Most have 3 buttons for selection on the Face of unit! Youroo!! A B C
Mine has this cool feature....
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I'm not familiar with this unit, but if there aren't any speaker selections, try using the fader control to use only front speakers and see if that works


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So does mine......A=living room.....B=bedroom......C=outside
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Old 01-10-2016, 11:11 AM   #6
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The only buttons are for "eject," "GPS," and "source." Since the GPS/sound system is made for the vehicle, it seems the RV manufacturer should have installed something extra to control which speakers are engaged. I have seen others that have a simple switch mounted somewhere in the RV that controls A B C (or both.) We have searched high and low but found nothing so far. Thanks for help.
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Old 01-10-2016, 11:13 AM   #7
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When adjusting balance, if we put all sound on the driver's side, the outdoor speakers are almost muted. This is still unacceptable. Front to back adjustments don't affect it at all. Thanks.
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What model RV do you have? Sunseeker?
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Fader control on your radio is set to the rear, change to the front - problem solved.
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Fader control on your radio is set to the rear, change to the front - problem solved.
Oh that it was that easy. Tried that, didn't work. Right/left balance almost worked but unacceptable solution. We think Forest River mistakenly left out the A/B switch.
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