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Simple sound system for quad


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I came upon a cool simple sound system called the [bold]Firehouse Technology "Trail Thumper"[/bold] that easily connects to my ATV and for its size really has great sound....its all self contained, I did not need to wire anything or provide power, puts out enough sound to ride or when taking a break enjoy some tunes...and also will charge my cell phone as its battery serves as a back up battery for smartphones....(kinda a cool extra) I have seen the system that mounts to the front of the quad but just wanted something that was easy to take on and off the bike....thought I would share. Here is some video of the product.....comment or opinions?

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I tried headphones like everyone but dont like the isolated sound , kinda like to hear whats around me....for 90 bucks ...I think 80 on one site its perfect plus i can take it off and its stand alone...I just load songs onto it as its an mp3 player with a 4 Gb card....plus i can pump up my battery on my cell phone when im not using it....

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