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I have XM satellite radio and outside speakers on my camper and I use it quite often but I make sure it's not loud enough to hear at any other campsites.


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If I wanted to listen to loud noise, I could just go sit in the middle of the interstate. I try to camp in locations that are quiet.

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I actually have a 9 speaker system inside my toyhauler with exterior 12"subwoofer and 2 6x9s. I love blasting music when I am camping especially when I am at the dunes, desert or beach. If I have to deal with your stupid loud ass generator and annoying kids playing in my site then you get to hear my music......youre welcome.

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I enjoy listening to any other camper's music so long as it's the kind I like.

What I like, however, is very rarily heard anywhere anymore ... let alone in campgrounds: Classical.

Otherwise, I don't want to hear either their music or their solar panels vibrating in the wind.


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So, It got me wondering. Do must enjoy music while camping or enjoy the peace and quite.


I quite like the quiet. On the other hand, I quite like the music too as long as nobody is around to be disturbed. If I am camped alone with nobody else around, I will listen to music on my outdoor speakers. Some however, are quite jealous of their quiet. Therefore, I keep the noise down when camped quite close to others.


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I know everyone has this thought so someone has to say it......Quiet, the absense of noise versus Quite, to the fullest extent as in Im not quite finished talking about loud music extending beyond my campsite distrubing my quiet space.


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I know everyone has this thought so someone has to say it......Quiet, the absense of noise versus Quite, to the fullest extent as in Im not quite finished talking about loud music extending beyond my campsite distrubing my quiet space.


Ha ha!! See my post right above yours!

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I am thinking...that if all the non-music people that responded are also of the 'no-generator' group? cool. If, however, you don't like the music..but have that thing bangin away just cause you can and never mind if it makes a racket that reverberates for a long ways? Karma, baby, Karma..and I hope they have the speakers up.


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Acampingwewillgo wrote:

I know everyone has this thought so someone has to say it......Quiet, the absense of noise versus Quite, to the fullest extent as in Im not quite finished talking about loud music extending beyond my campsite distrubing my quiet space.


Ha ha!! See my post right above yours!


I know, I read yours and I was cracking up so I thought I should just make it plain as day!! lol

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