Curious as to what others think about the use of "outdoor" TV's, stereo's, etc. Personally they annoy us, but we are more into the remote "get away" type of existence. When we have had to spend a night in a campground or parking lot....well
woodartist said:Blew my ears out using earphones and didn't bother anyone in the process : Morse code, CW, stuff.............
woodartist said:I started this thread because I was curious if anyone who used the outdoor entertainment systems and loud music would offer their opinions.
woodartist said:I started this thread because I was curious if anyone who used the outdoor entertainment systems and loud music would offer their opinions...any out there????
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Well, I am curious how one can justify basting the music and TV. We have had people pull next to us and blast away. The concept is so far removed from our minds that we always ask why....well, not in those kind words It seems to also reflect the attitude of the owner...arrogance. I'm sure they enjoy it and fell they are privileged and enjoy the annoyance of others...........if not, why do it? Anyway, glad to see that the posts are in agreement with our thoughts. You can build an inexpensive jammer to kick up the dust ;DYa thinks that any outdoor blaster is going to say anything other than "it's a good thing" Huh
woodartist said:I've noticed there are boats that have some heavy duty amplifiers and speakers also. Sure would ruin my fishing day..
Joe Bee said:I can't understand why anyone would need to entertain the quite evening with their sound systems being added by RV manufacturers.? They, RV Builders, must not spend very much time in their RVs.