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Old 07-27-2014, 09:47 AM   #15
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Talk about hijacking a thread! Lets stick to the OT and start a new thread for noise complaints.
I agree!
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I need to replace my outside unit. I have a JVC that somehow got wet and is history. Still don't know how it happened. I have never found moisture in the box. I was wondering about wiring issues with a different brand. Any ideas. I have not pulled the entire box out yet to look
As with most retrofits, you may end up having to do your own connections. If you don't care what happens to your old head unit, take the connector off that if you can and reuse on the new. That will allow you to reuse the connector on the rig side of things and it is considerably easier to solder connections on a head unit while it sits on your work bench.

I agree about the USB connection being more important. You can still connect your IPOD and such using this connection and it opens up other possibilities for other devices.
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Thanks for the info on the retro fit sirpurrcival. As for the noise, I will always strive to be courteous to my neighbors. There are many noises in campgrounds that can annoy different people. I personally don't like rattling diesels but I understand that type of vehicle is preferred by many people so I can live with it. My DW is a school teacher so she does not want to hear noisy children when she is camping. However she understands that the noise made by those kids is music to the ears of their parents so she learns to live with it. Lets try to be a little more understanding and not get angry and want to. " hang people from trees"
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Yep, hanging from trees is a really classy comment. Thanks to all for their constructive comments!
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Yep, hanging from trees is a really classy comment. Thanks to all for their constructive comments!
I think what the poster was trying to say was "don't condemn everyone who has a radio outside".

There are a lot of campers and only a few that cause an issue. The simple solution for me to the few that cause an issue has always been to speak with the offender calmly, point out the issue and how it affects you and if an amicable resolution can't be arrived at, take your issue to the campground management.
If you feel unsafe in confronting the offender, simply go right to management and express your concerns.

Everyone has rights, those that abuse their rights and affect others adversely should be brought to bare the decision of management.
If one finds the decision of campground management not to their liking, it is their right to seek other accommodation.

Some people are meant to camp alone in the wilderness to get away from people enjoying their right to use their campsite.

Sorry to hijack your thread, but I myself find it difficult to deal with a "zero tolorence" attitude when camping. Personally, I try to enjoy myself while camping and try to be cognicent of other people around me while doing so. I listen to a radio outside and am usually the first to approach my neighboring camper and ask if the radio is to loud.

I hope you got the info you needed for your original question on outside stereos.
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