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06-08-2012 05:37 PM
mattbju2013 Hey man go with the CB! I did .. Got a cheap Midland and installed it under the dash.. And I bolted my chessy loudspeaker under the hood (facing down: sound comes clear out of the bottom of the Jeep...) it's quite loud.. Not so much when the jeep is running, but plenty loud when the Jeep is off..
06-08-2012 03:55 PM
silver rubi go to speedtechlights.com or galls.com . they have systems that are cheap that are specifically just to be used as PAs these are specifically used in Fire and EMS vehicles so they are pretty durable
05-29-2012 10:57 AM
Kennycrybaby
Cheapest/easiest pa system for tj?

I'd like to install a PA in my jeep for the summer just to play with. I know nothing about installing the stuff but figure the best way to learn is to just do it. My plan is to get a cheap CB to run the Pa through, is this te way to go? Ifmy only purpose for the CB is to use the PA, do I need a current CB or is it worth it to just grab an old cheap one to use as a means to connect it?

Also as my top is almost always down, how careful do I need to be with these in the rain? Are they built to withstand some ruggedness or does it depend on the model/where it's mounted?

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