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Old 23 June 2008, 13:05   #11
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What about going the MP3 or 4 route. I know you would have to patch the current hole, but,no moving parts to break. Just a thought.

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Old 23 June 2008, 13:27   #12
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Have got the ipod , but felt that the best bet would be to run that through std marine cd/ radio to the speakers for amplification & remote etc. All set up - got the position all sorted just keep breaking the head units ! Maybe they just dont like 30kts & coming back to the water with force every 5 seconds . Both sony units have taken about an hours worth before going intermittent & then pack up 10 mins later ! Does anyone else have / had this problem ? With any marine CD player ? Even the radios have packed up so no moving parts in them, and its definately not getting wet .
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