Re: radio installation
If it works in the house it should work fine in the trailer. The problem is finding something worth listening to, especially in rural BC. I have a Sirius satellite radio which docks in the car and in a compact speaker system in the trailer. There are probably 150 channels ( maybe more ). I pretty much stick to CBC, Willie's Place ( country ), a '50s pop station and a channel that plays old radio shows like The Shadow. The antennae is on a 25' wire so you can stick it wherever for best reception. In the car it is fixed to the dash. With the trailer I run the wire out a window and put the antennae itself on the open rock cover or propane tanks ( somewhere that it can see the satellites ).
2009 Escape 17B "Toad"
2008 Toyota RAV4 V6 Sport
North Vancouver, British Columbia
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