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rudy

mounting tv/dvd player

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The mount would depend on if you have surround sound or not.Also you would have to find a spot for the subwoofer.

 

Another question would be how many batteries would it take to run a 300 watt sound system ?

 

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I suggest that you get a bigger yak. A FnD is rated for 600#s and will handle both the weight and has the room to mount it along with surround sound.

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Wow, you guys are ahead of me on this... I'm still dealing with CD's and MP3's. My VMPS Original subwoofers are 90 pounds with a 12" active speaker and 15" passive radiator. The size is more like an end table. I figure, that can go directly behind me (hope I don't get a concussion at some point), but to get the full stereo effect, I'll need to get outriggers. Anyone know where to get some? As for power, I intend to fish on the Manhasset side of the bay and I can tap some power with a long extension from those rich guys. Did I miss anything?

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you'll need a galley to prepare some munchies while you're enjoying that sweet entertainment system ... or that the very least, a fridge and a microwave. biggrin.gif

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I've decided to scrap the monitor that comes with the fish finder and install a big screen TV on the bow.

I can route the wiring directly to the TV so I can watch the Dicovery Ch. when things are slow, or I'm paddling to another unproductive spot!

Reception/GPS will be provided by the 6ft satellite dish through hulled directly behind me.

Mounted on a swivel base, the dish can also provide much needed propulsion when the wind is up.

Just a thought!

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