Bicycle sound gear

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  1. shed376

    shed376 New Member

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    New here, but great info is everywhere as I've seen! I do recreational "tours" like RAGBRAI and would love to find a sound system for my bike that I can plug my iPhone into and listen while riding. While on RAGBRAI I saw many tube style speakers that sat on a rear rack that sounded good rolling down the road. Does anyone know where these people are getting these? I cannot find anything close to the size I saw. Size was prob about a 6" diameter tube that was 12-14" in length. Before anyone goes off on me for that loud music, I don't want it crazy loud, I know some had them cranked up so that no one could have a conversation for 30 feet in any direction. That's not me, just some background music would be nice.
     
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  2. CAMPYBOB

    CAMPYBOB Well-Known Member

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    Smaller type, Tubular, able to be separated, wireless Bluetooth:

    http://www.ipevo.com/prods/IPEVO_Tubular

    http://www.jbl.com/estore/jbl/us/products/JBL-Charge/JBL%20CHARGE_JBL_US?skuId=JBLCHARGEBLKAM_JBL_US&searchMode=regularProductOnly&creative=23529014455&gclid=CIvfitae_rgCFc5QOgodwS8Amg

    http://www.gadgetjabberblog.com/omicron-tubus-bluetooth-speaker/

    Larger type:

    With enough bass kick to drive alien even more insane! http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HQ-10-Car-Sub-Bass-woofer-Speaker-Tube-Box-4ohm-480W-/180622158470

    Fatboy Slim thru that would be awesome!

    http://www.jcwhitney.com/amplified-subwoofer-tubes/p2011333.jcwx

    Be advised that the automotive 12v systems may require a matching kick ass gel cell for power.
     
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