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Randy

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Since all my riding has become so comfortable and trouble free lately (?) I decided to put tunes in the T-2 for some added entertainment (and my wife made me do it!). This unit from VDP contains speakers and amplifier, just plug in the Ipod and the line to the battery and it is done. Seemed like a good compromise on cost vs quality ($350). Sounds as good as can be expected without a subwoofer and it installed pretty easily. Just thought I would share.

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Since all my riding has become so comfortable and trouble free lately (?) I decided to put tunes in the T-2 for some added entertainment (and my wife made me do it!). This unit from VDP contains speakers and amplifier, just plug in the Ipod and the line to the battery and it is done. Seemed like a good compromise on cost vs quality ($350). Sounds as good as can be expected without a subwoofer and it installed pretty easily. Just thought I would share.

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Looks real good.

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I too installed a unit a while back. It is Ipod/Mp3 player and it has 4 speakers and is universal mount very similar to the VDP. Nice thing is it is completely waterproof so any water while driving or getting washed won't affect it More money though. I think it was about $550. Unit is made by SSV Works out of Agoura Hills, CA

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