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Old 06-15-2015, 03:27 PM   #1
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Outside TV volume

We have a 2014 Meridian 34 B with and outside TV. The problem is that the volume from the outside TV is low and the interior speakers can't be adjusted so you end up with the audio sounds coming out of the inside coach speakers and low volume coming out of the outside TV. So my question is can the inside speakers be isolated from the outside TV and or how do you get more volume to the outside TV. Secondly can the stereo speakers be adjusted so that each TV (3) can be viewing something else and having separate volume to each TV? What if any speakers are there that can be added to the outside TV?
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Old 06-15-2015, 04:10 PM   #2
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Concerning being able to independently having 3 sets on different channels, 2 words: try it.
Now to having inside sound coming to the outside speakers. I think you may have your surround sound on and you're getting sound through the cut out in the wall. Try turning off the surround sound. Also turn off the main TV inside. Now go to the outside TV and try it.
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We don't have a Winnebago, but I think they set the TV's up the same for the most part. All our TV's have there own separate TV speakers. The inside ones can be used with either the surround sound system or the independent speakers on the TV. The outside TV can be operated on the independent TV speakers or the stereo system mounted in the area where the outside TV is located. To do that you need to use the TV remote on all of them to direct which sound source you want it to use. Try using your TV remote and mess around with the "sound" or "speaker" setting and you might see the choices there.
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Usually the outside TV is not connected to your inside sound system. It has its own speakers and does not use the outside speakers that are connected to the inside sound system. So I'm confused by your description.


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As a general comment, remember you are in close quarters of a campground unless you are in a deserted desert. Some of us leave town for peace and quiet so be respectful of too much volume leaving your camp site.

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As a general comment, remember you are in close quarters of a campground unless you are in a deserted desert. Some of us leave town for peace and quiet so be respectful of too much volume leaving your camp site.

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I am aware of and respect others in a camp site - I just can't hear the TV and the only speakers are inside of the TV, so the volume is not very loud. I don't want to mount extra speakers if there is a way to increase the volume. I am going to try some of the above recommendations. I will post the results.
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Outside TV volume

Have you (or anyone else) considered using wireless earphones? Many tv's have an 1/8" headphone jack.

Also, if there's an outside radio with an auxiliary input you could plug the TV into it and should get more volume. Though you might need to get a red and white rca plug to a stereo 1/8" adaptor. Radio Shack has them (if you can find one that's still open), or Home Depot.

Me? If I'm outside I don't watch TV or listen to the radio.
I like the (hopefully) peace and quiet. ✌🏻
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Your interior speakers are running off the DVD player in your audio cabinet. Your DVD player should have a volume control so you can turn the volume down for the internal speakers. As far as the speakers on the exterior tv, I have not used mine yet.
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