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Old 03-27-2019, 03:15 PM   #1
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Speaker size

I have a 2015 keystone bullet ultra lite 308bhs, what are the exterior speakers size?
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Old 03-28-2019, 09:36 AM   #2
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I am getting ready to replace my speakers on my 2015 Passport. Mine are 5.25 inches.
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Old 03-28-2019, 01:09 PM   #3
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Better go measure speakers to make sure what size you will need. My Bullet Premier 22 has 6.5 interior speakers and looks to have 5.25 outside speakers.
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Old 03-29-2019, 06:48 AM   #4
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Better go measure speakers to make sure what size you will need. My Bullet Premier 22 has 6.5 interior speakers and looks to have 5.25 outside speakers.
I replaced both inside & outside. Use 6" on outside with a slight trim with jigsaw and drilled new holes. Marine speakers are one piece, use new sealant under grill. Inside speakers of 6" have new grill cover which covered hole.
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What model and brand speakers did you use for outside TT?
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Old 03-29-2019, 07:35 AM   #6
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Just a suggestion, have you thought about a quality portable bluetooth speaker? They will sound so much better, have the portability to move them closer to your listening area, and are not permanent fixtures to your coach. The BT speaker I use (an Ultimate Ears Mega Boom) has much greater dynamic range and lows than anything you'll be able to mount on the fiberglass sidewall. Plus, ground level positioning will be less intrusive to you neighbors and just overall, sound better.

The best part of this BT upgrade is that it stays with me the day I sell my coach. Money saved. YMMV.
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Just a suggestion, have you thought about a quality portable bluetooth speaker? They will sound so much better, have the portability to move them closer to your listening area, and are not permanent fixtures to your coach. The BT speaker I use (an Ultimate Ears Mega Boom) has much greater dynamic range and lows than anything you'll be able to mount on the fiberglass sidewall. Plus, ground level positioning will be less intrusive to you neighbors and just overall, sound better.

The best part of this BT upgrade is that it stays with me the day I sell my coach. Money saved. YMMV.
You make a very valid point.
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Just a suggestion, have you thought about a quality portable bluetooth speaker? They will sound so much better, have the portability to move them closer to your listening area, and are not permanent fixtures to your coach. The BT speaker I use (an Ultimate Ears Mega Boom) has much greater dynamic range and lows than anything you'll be able to mount on the fiberglass sidewall. Plus, ground level positioning will be less intrusive to you neighbors and just overall, sound better.

The best part of this BT upgrade is that it stays with me the day I sell my coach. Money saved. YMMV.
Exactly what I plan on doing this year for my outside tunes. Using the Beats Pill and with all music on iPhone or iPad, its much more user friendly with Bluetooth.
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What model and brand speakers did you use for outside TT?
I actually bought them used for $15 from a buddy who was upgrading. Not sure of brand at the moment. Much better side by side quality.
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Old 04-02-2019, 10:26 AM   #10
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Just a suggestion, have you thought about a quality portable bluetooth speaker? They will sound so much better, have the portability to move them closer to your listening area, and are not permanent fixtures to your coach. The BT speaker I use (an Ultimate Ears Mega Boom) has much greater dynamic range and lows than anything you'll be able to mount on the fiberglass sidewall. Plus, ground level positioning will be less intrusive to you neighbors and just overall, sound better.

The best part of this BT upgrade is that it stays with me the day I sell my coach. Money saved. YMMV.
+1

I have this speaker and this USB drive that I plug into the tablet, laptop or notebook I want to connect to the Riva.

Sounds way better than anything you could add to the coach and I have > 12,000 songs at my finger tip.

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Plus one more for the ue mega boom. Its great. Use it daily at work. On the boat. Camping. In the house. It floats. Waterproof. Loud. And sounds way better than my Rv. And my phone has better reception and more listening options. Radio apps etc. unless were totally in the boondocks. In which case theres no radio reception anyhow.
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