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RE: mp3's on usb drive

UPDATE... Finally found a 4gb usb drive and transferred all the mp3"s to it. It works fine in the Jensen in the trailer. Thanks everyone!
bob213 10/20/17 10:20pm Technology Corner
RE: mp3's on usb drive

i think.. you will find that you can 'backup store them' anywhere including the PC but need to be on the smaller 'USB DRIVE' for the jensen to play them EDIT TYPOS
MrWizard 10/17/17 01:24pm Technology Corner
RE: mp3's on usb drive

I have a usb drive that I recorded 400 mp3 songs on using Windows 7. It works fine in my Jensen Radio/dvd/cd/player in the trailer using the usb port. I wanted to make a back-up copy and copied the entire drive to a new Fat32 usb drive on my new Windows 10 computer. All the files are there and will play on my computer but NOT in the Jensen player in the trailer. Any ideas on what I need to do to make the files recognizable in the trailer? Well I assume the Jensen simply can not read FAT32.. I'd get a new drive and format NTFS see if that works Or burn 'em to CD's the jensen may be able to do that.
wa8yxm 10/17/17 09:58am Technology Corner
RE: mp3's on usb drive

The sector size on the new FAT32 drive could be too large for the Jensen. FAT32 standard allows a wide range of sector sizes (512 bytes to at least 4 KB) and clustering arrangements to support devices ranging from 2MB to 16TB. The computer writing to the larger storage device could very well format the device to use blocks and clusters not in the range of what an older client can handle. I've run into this often on solid state storage devices for cameras, as capacity has progressed. Sometimes I've been able to make the camera reformat the storage media, in which case it might use half, or a quarter of the nominal capacity, but I doubt that your player has even that much smarts.
tatest 10/17/17 02:37am Technology Corner
RE: mp3's on usb drive

Looked up Jensen RV Stereo but since I don't know your model # this may not apply but my gut is that it's all the same... USB function does not work -Make sure USB device is fully inserted. -Verify USB device contains MP3 or WMA files. -Supports USB drives up to 4GB. -Does not support portable hard drives or some USB music devices.
Y-Guy 10/17/17 12:34am Technology Corner
RE: mp3's on usb drive

How much data(GB)do they hold? There could be a limit on drive size on the Jensen
delwhjr 10/16/17 10:36pm Technology Corner
mp3's on usb drive

I have a usb drive that I recorded 400 mp3 songs on using Windows 7. It works fine in my Jensen Radio/dvd/cd/player in the trailer using the usb port. I wanted to make a back-up copy and copied the entire drive to a new Fat32 usb drive on my new Windows 10 computer. All the files are there and will play on my computer but NOT in the Jensen player in the trailer. Any ideas on what I need to do to make the files recognizable in the trailer?
bob213 10/16/17 09:19pm Technology Corner
RE: Help understanding Stereo Power

I bought the Jensen JWM6A and installed it yesterday. It sounds pretty good. Definitely better than the Jensen AWM965 that was in my camper before. Reasons for going with another Jensen were....Same footprint. No modification needed. Same plug and play harness so no wiring issues. Had all the features I wanted and needed. Price was reasonable. We use the camper 20-30 days a year. Not worth a huge investment for that amount of time. If we ever full time or even "half time" and get a nicer camper, we'll consider an aftermarket setup. Thanks for all of your help! All good sound reasons. Happy listening:)
delwhjr 06/14/17 10:26am Technology Corner
RE: Help understanding Stereo Power

I bought the Jensen JWM6A and installed it yesterday. It sounds pretty good. Definitely better than the Jensen AWM965 that was in my camper before. Reasons for going with another Jensen were....Same footprint. No modification needed. Same plug and play harness so no wiring issues. Had all the features I wanted and needed. Price was reasonable. We use the camper 20-30 days a year. Not worth a huge investment for that amount of time. If we ever full time or even "half time" and get a nicer camper, we'll consider an aftermarket setup. Thanks for all of your help!
RobWNY 06/14/17 05:08am Technology Corner
RE: Help understanding Stereo Power

Which of the following stereos for RV's offer the most power to drive the speakers. Assume there will be 2 inside speakers and 2 outside speakers. Also assume that I already know that none of these are good and I would be better off going with an aftermarket setup. I'm just trying to understand the power spec since it's so vague on web sites and in manuals. I know RMS means Root Mean Square and refers to continuous power and the spec to look at rather than Peak power output but which one are company's referring to if they only state one and aren't specific like the Jensen. Jensen JWM6A has 3 Zone/8 Speaker Outputs with a Power Output of 6W X 8 iRV34 says Total Continuous Power Output 50W and has three zones Furrion DV3300 States 4X40W on the webpage but in the manual states Maximum Power Output 4X24W RMS and has 2 zones. Unfortunately, the companies are not required to use one value to rate their power output. The most accurate power spec would be the one rated RMS at a stated THD across a frequency range into a stated load (ex. 20W RMS @1% THD, 40-17K Hz @4 ohms). If the units you are comparing do not list the spec with the same values it would be almost impossible to directly rate them. Also, power and volume are not directly related. The volume is also a function of efficiency of the speakers. It does not take a lot of power to produce a loud sound with the right speaker types. Typically any unit producing a true 10 watts of power will fill a room 12 x 12 with enough sound to drive you out. It all depends on your quality of product.
delwhjr 06/13/17 08:47am Technology Corner
RE: Help understanding Stereo Power

I'm not looking to blow out the campground. I just want enough power so music sounds good. I put in Polk speakers inside and outside and the Jensen that came with my camper doesn't have enough power to make much of a difference from the cheap speakers that came with the camper. I'm not going to get an amp and subwoofer and spend a ton of money. I just want something that isn't total garbage and sounds ok. Adding a pancake under-seat sub-woofer will fill in the cheap tinny sound of any RV stereo system for the interior sound. It doesn't have to be loud, it just has to be "there".
bighatnohorse 06/10/17 06:36am Technology Corner
RE: Help understanding Stereo Power

I'm not looking to blow out the campground. I just want enough power so music sounds good. I put in Polk speakers inside and outside and the Jensen that came with my camper doesn't have enough power to make much of a difference from the cheap speakers that came with the camper. I'm not going to get an amp and subwoofer and spend a ton of money. I just want something that isn't total garbage and sounds ok.
RobWNY 06/09/17 01:06pm Technology Corner
RE: Help understanding Stereo Power

If you're looking to blow out the CG, go to gear the South Central Lowriders use. There's no reason to use Jensen.. go to Alpine, Kenwood, etc., and add an external amp, the power of your choice
SCVJeff 06/09/17 11:18am Technology Corner
Help understanding Stereo Power

Which of the following stereos for RV's offer the most power to drive the speakers. Assume there will be 2 inside speakers and 2 outside speakers. Also assume that I already know that none of these are good and I would be better off going with an aftermarket setup. I'm just trying to understand the power spec since it's so vague on web sites and in manuals. I know RMS means Root Mean Square and refers to continuous power and the spec to look at rather than Peak power output but which one are company's referring to if they only state one and aren't specific like the Jensen. Jensen JWM6A has 3 Zone/8 Speaker Outputs with a Power Output of 6W X 8 iRV34 says Total Continuous Power Output 50W and has three zones Furrion DV3300 States 4X40W on the webpage but in the manual states Maximum Power Output 4X24W RMS and has 2 zones.
RobWNY 06/09/17 10:43am Technology Corner
Stereo/DVD player Options

My Travel Trailer came with a Jensen AWM965 DVD, AM/FM, CD player and the DVD player stopped working. I never did like it because the sound wasn't very good even after replacing the crappy speakers with Polk speakers both inside and outside. It lacked bluetooth, HDMI, it's very low power, the USB isn't the type to charge anything etc. but it worked until now so I kept it. My wife enjoys watching DVD's and I enjoy listening to music. Since I have to replace it anyway, now would be the time to upgrade to something much better. Most after market units that are any good are touchscreen types for cars. My wife wouldn't want to watch a DVD on a 7" screen and there's no reason to have something playing on a TV and a small screen at the same time so there's no need for that type of unit. I've looked at the new Jensen's but they are all very low power which would mean the sound wouldn't be improved. I've also looked at the Furrion latest model and although they have a little more power, I'm hesitant because every stereo/DVD that are in RV's are cheap and there are an overwhelming number of issues and complaints with all the manufacturers. I'm limited to the same space footprint (9.25" X 6.25" X 7") and want to stay with 12V options because we do dry camp. What have any of you audiofiles/vidiofiles done to improve your watching/listening experience?
RobWNY 06/07/17 08:22am Technology Corner
RE: TV tuner quit working

Jensen TVs claim to be "RV ready". They claim a ruggedized chassis and higher temperature tolerances. Both may be true but whether it makes a difference is debatable. The average TV you can get at Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Amazon or whoever will probably serve just as well. I have not seen anything to prove otherwise. The performance of the television will be based on the same as how it performs at home. The biggest problem I have seen with RV televisions is poor mounts and poor mounting to the RV.
delwhjr 05/15/17 02:03pm Technology Corner
RE: Universal remote for Jensen RV dvd/radio/mp3 unit

Hi all, Has anybody use d a universal remote for the Jensen AWM970 radio? My remote does work but I would like a single remote for the tv and tv unit. I tried with my harmony. but the 970 radio has a feature that confuses many a universal remote. things like on/off aren't really on/off but a cycle between the two states. same with selecting some of the other functions. the factory remote gets that figured out somehow but many of the universal ones can't. I also wanted one remote and tried and tried to get the harmony to do what the factory remotes would do, TV also a jensen. finally gave up.
ktmrfs 05/14/17 03:22pm Technology Corner
Universal remote for Jensen RV dvd/radio/mp3 unit

Hi all, Has anybody use d a universal remote for the Jensen AWM970 radio? My remote does work but I would like a single remote for the tv and tv unit.
scootsk 05/14/17 02:50pm Technology Corner
RE: Jensen JWM990 Theater-Style Wallmount Stereo

I installed this Jensen head unit in my 5th wheel trailer in 2015 and have no complaints. I liked the three separate speaker zones, HDMI output, Bluetooth and 12vdc power. I mounted it in a custom made drawer that also holds a Jensen monitor that also runs on 12 vdc.
Oakviewjeff 01/21/17 05:32pm Technology Corner
Direct TV sound connection to Jensen

I have a Direct TV DVR connected via HDMI to Samsung TV. I want to have the sound output go to my Jensen receiver to speakers. If I am watching a DVD the sound comes through my ceiling speakers. I want that for when I am watching Direct TV. Can I do it and what cables from where to where can I plug. My Jensen connects to my TV via Red RCA. Any help would be nice.
singer55 01/13/17 01:04pm Technology Corner
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