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Old 16 June 2007, 16:14   #1
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Marine MP3

Does anyone have any experience with one of these?

Its a GME GR9000

It hase a sd slot and a usb port on the front.
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Old 17 June 2007, 07:59   #2
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Does anyone have any experience with one of these?

Its a GME GR9000

It hase a sd slot and a usb port on the front.
yes I have one ,nice to look at ,two years old and not worked properly for 6 months of that,run away very quickly.
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Is it not better to sick to a remote Amp and plug in radio/mp3 player for sound onboard a RIB, all these purpose built radio/CD/MP3 playerslook like more trouble than they're worth.
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Mines been good. Its the AV Marine unit and its got bundles of interconnects for MP3's, Sub Woofers, Amps, 12 Volt outlet etc. Trouble is buying the head unit and a couple of normal speakers is relatively cheap. Its the Amps and wakeboard speakers that are pricey. By the end of this year though !
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I have an Amp sitting in the garage and an MP3, just need the cables and a switch to turn the Amp on and of course some speakers.
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Which amp and dare I ask how much ?
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It's a Jenson one, I bought it years ago and assume it still works. Was about £60 and is a 3channel 50w/channel or 150 bridged. It also has a Sub out.

I think it'll be fine for my application as I have two area's in the console at waist height that I can mount some speakers in, I'll also have a two position switch that I can use to toggle channels between Hi-Fi and VHF.
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You could buy a Sony HR70MW,And a connects2 usb adapter, and a generic flash drive!!
That what i am doing......
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Is it not better to sick to a remote Amp and plug in radio/mp3 player for sound onboard a RIB, all these purpose built radio/CD/MP3 playerslook like more trouble than they're worth.
That's the way I'd do it

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We have a Marine AV setup in the latest demo boat - 1 waterproof Ipod box (to suit), 1 amp, 1 subwoofer, a volume control and two speakers. If you have an Ipod or similar already you can have all of your favourite tunes on the boat!
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