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Post by Polly on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 8:41

hia

I'm here again with a question

Now don't all groan. 

How do you listen to music in your living area of your motorhome

Is it via a radio or something else.

I am looking for something

Thinking of a radio to replace my transited radio

What about a car radio working of the lesuire battery?

I like background sound, music and talking

So it would be on a fair lot

Would it flatten my batteries if on say 12 hours a day
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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by The Burchies on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 9:05

I would find something rechargeable polly, that way you won't flatten your vehicle/leisure batteries.
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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by sweepea on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 9:23

I posted this once but it didn't appear so....

Polly, get yourself a Blue Tooth speaker. An excellent piece of kit. I've had one since they first came out. Around £15 gets you a fit in your palm speaker, which you can download your own music direct to it or load up a mini SD card with your own music and slot it in. It has a great sound.
I put mine on the dash, the table, even on a little shelf in the pod. It comes with me for walks tucked into my pocket as well.

It has an internal battery you charge from the mains, fag lighter or USB port. The battery lasts forever. The sound quality is great, even cranked up. It can be used as just a stand alone speaker too.

A superb bit of kit and well recommended...

Just a word of warning, if you do fancy one with a built in radio be careful...the radio is not very good. I just have mine for music. A friend has the radio version and it's not too clever. It's o.k. but that's about it....
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I hope this is of some help to you.


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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by Polly on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 10:05

His

Thanks Sweetpea

Think this is the type that Rob uses and I am considering
It's coming Christmas and the kids are always stuck at what to buy me
So my Christmas list will be growing this year
Now what was the other pressy I wanted?
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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by KSH on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 14:05

I use an app on my phone called tunein radio and sometimes play it through a Bluetooth speaker or just use the phone speakers which are very good on HTC phones

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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by Polly on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 18:44

Hia

I have two little speakers that I usually connect to my old I pod
Is there something else I can download my music onto then connect to the speakers 

Sorry I am not to technicolor
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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by Leapy on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 19:03

Polly I use small Bluetooth speaker connected to my I pod or my phone but also have my bigger unit that can be connected to my 12v in the van which is loud enough  to upset the neighbours 
The smaller speaker is rechargeable and lasts about 8 hours
I can recharge this in the van from 12v
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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by Polly on Mon 2 Nov 2015 - 20:37

Hia

Thanks
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Re: Music in the motorhome

Post by Tugga on Wed 4 Nov 2015 - 18:56

I also have a bluetooth speaker by UGO and I play music through it from my iPhone or my iPod.  It also has a micro SD slot and an aerial for picking up local radio (but only local to where you are).

Its a lovely bit of kit with a great sound and is rechargeable via 240V or 12V.
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