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Post by Polly on Thu 4 Apr 2013 - 20:05

HIa

I have remembered what I wanted to ask

I like to use my radio or I pod shuttle for music if I have no tv which seems 3/4 of. My time out

Well I seem to out use the batteries life's

SO

If I had a car radio/cd player wired into my leisure batteries would it use up a lot of power ---- not sure if to just use a car radio or have with a cd as well

I have a Aldi one in the cab that is ok
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Re: CD radio

Post by Tugga on Fri 5 Apr 2013 - 14:47

Polly I have just been speaking with Mick about this topic and he has suggested that instead of having a complete new radio fitted, you could just have a pair of speakers installed in your lounge area and use your current cab radio/cd player, that would save space. As for using up your battery life, he says you will need to find out how much power it uses (via instruction manual?) and then make the calculation.

We had a car radio/cd installed in our caravan with the speakers coming out underneath and by the time we had a couple of CDs in there the cupboard was full. Do you have an empty cupboard spare? If you have, when you get your solar panel fitted, I am sure your leisure battery(s) would cope.
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Re: CD radio

Post by rebbyvid on Fri 5 Apr 2013 - 16:02

get yourself one of these Polly ,come up now and again at Aldi
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or this one with radio Very Happy

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