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 04-23-2004, 19:41 Post: 84095
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Dont know where else to post this, sooo....., who has a cd stereo on thier tractor, and what kind,what speakers ,so on.This was my wifes idea,Im too deaf to hear it!






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 04-23-2004, 22:36 Post: 84101
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I can not imagine that you could here it over the noise. I tried the diskman the one day and gave up.
Depending on what you are doing you need to be able to hear what the tractor or implement is doing.






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 04-23-2004, 23:44 Post: 84108
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For actually running the tractor, they arn't much good, but the way I use a tractor, I'm often parked working on fences, or digging by hand, or whatever, using the tractor when it suits the task and as a wheelbarrow. For those times, a radio comes in very handy.






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 04-24-2004, 04:25 Post: 84113
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I use a radio with GOOD stero earmuffs. The hiquality earmuffs block out a lot of the offensive noise. Mostly when I'm mowing 3-4 hours of quiet time, soft music and time to contemplate the great things in life.

I also find myself using it lots with the BH.

I do need to upgrade the cheap am/fm that comes in the ready built tractor boxes.






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 04-24-2004, 04:52 Post: 84115
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I don't keep up as well as I'd like to on what's being offered on new models, but it would'nt surprise me that the next series of 4000 Deeres would offer a factory cab with sound equipment as an option. Our ten series in the seven and eight thousand farm tractors don't have CD, but hey do have tape/am/fm/NOAA weather band. The twenty series offers a CD plus satellite radio. Just an interesting observation, a week or so ago a semi passed me on I-380 between Cedar Rapids and Waterloo Ia. It had three NH compacts that looked to be new tractors. One had no cab, one had a soft side cab, and the third looked like a factory cab. Was that an aftermarket cab, or does NH now offer a cab? Frank.






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 04-24-2004, 18:25 Post: 84155
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Bose has recently crossed some aircraft tech over to "civilian" use in their Noise-Cancelling headphones. They are active noise cancelling, which means they electronically cancel "unwanted" noises and only allow what you want to hear through-- radio, cd or silence even. I've never tried these, but the aircraft variety work wonderfull! Top $$$ though.






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 04-24-2004, 18:33 Post: 84156
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Peltor makes a set of ear muff type protection with an AM/FM radio and provision for a plug in to a CD player etc. I am not sure I would want that kind of distraction as I might not hear a problem brewing with my tractor in time to prevent damage or worse. That is a personal use call.






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 04-24-2004, 18:41 Post: 84159
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I actually had an alpine stereo ,amp, speakers, cb ,air horns,on my last tractor! really cool! do not have one on my bx ,yet.






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 04-25-2004, 11:23 Post: 84209
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I think what she has in mind is to run it when the tractor is parked out where she is working.Sounds like a good way to run the batt down too.






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 04-25-2004, 18:12 Post: 84252
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for the nh tractor you have three options. First is the all in one unit which looks pretty ugly sells for about $200. Then there is the on nh recommends. It has a brain box which mount under the dash and a wired remote that can mount any where you want it you can use either head phones or out board speakers. It sell for around $350.
Then there is the canopy route. Nh canopies can come with an insert that you can install your own stereo and speakers, but that is about $500 for the canopy and the insert.






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