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no one else is impressed by this? lol
 

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Bostonian1976 said:
no one else is impressed by this? lol

Yes its a cool feature, I have used mine to power a shop-vac, for cleaning the rig,plus i used it once out away from my house to power an electric chain saw. Very handy. :D
 

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Ok Red Sox yes, probably, possibly it will have one. It's been discussed before and like you I asked about it after it had already been discussed and forgotten and reremembered and so forth and so on and it's buried in one of the 478 threads and I bet you can't find it if we tried. There's an outlet below where the subwoofer is installed. If it's installed. Maybe it will be standard because it hasn't been described as an option or an accessory or a modification but then again Toyota hasn't exactly specified what all the options or accessories will be because their bean counters can't add up all the costs to make them so they can't come up with final pricing so we can get a grip.
 

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Sort of. I guess with all these portables floating around, it isnt' as much of a deal. You got mp3s, GPS, DVD players, cell phones, LED lanterns, etc. Used to be that you'd get an inverter for the kid's TV. But don't need that anymore.
So, what would I use it for? A laptop? maybe. Maybe a video projector - make a drive-in at the campsite. How about a coffee maker? Or maybe for 100 feet of christmas lights wrapped around your truck.
 

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Subwoofer? That is one of the few things I don't want. The one thing that separates the 40-year-olds from the 20-year-olds
 

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Subwoofer? That is one of the few things I don't want. The one thing that separates the 40-year-olds from the 20-year-olds
don't worry...it's small and inconspicuous... :D




(and optional)
 

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Don't mind me Bostonian1976.

Yes a sub, perhaps three. Big boy in the back and one in each front door. The neighbors are going to love it. Ernie Just Rocks says there are 8"ers in the doors. So if it doesn't rattle itself apart on the trails it might rattle itself apart from within.
 

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dogbert said:
Subwoofer? That is one of the few things I don't want. The one thing that separates the 40-year-olds from the 20-year-olds
Ha. I'm in my 30's , so I can go both ways. Wait, let me reprase that. I'm still young enough to turn up the tunes, but smart enough wear a little cotton in the ears...
 

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Bostonian1976 said:
don't worry...it's small and inconspicuous... :D
(and optional)
I bet my 5-year-old will like it with the 'woofer. That is if I ever let him drive it :) . We'll see in about 10 years.

Any volume is an improvement over what I have. I think all my speakers are blown in my 4-runner. I'll just be in too much shock.
 

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Dogbert,
you gotta get the sub......theres a button on the dash that turns it off if you don't need it, but some songs just got to have the sub.
 

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Subwoofer? That is one of the few things I don't want. The one thing that separates the 40-year-olds from the 20-year-olds

This 50 year old will take one!! So what seperates the 40 year olds from the 50 year olds?
 

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Sorry, saw the opportunity, had to take it.
 

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Inverter Wave Type?

anyone know the wave type being used on the FJ's Inverter?
Square Wave? (unlikely since it's pretty much obsolete these days)
Modified Square Wave?
Pure Sine Wave? (would be preferred and possibly the most likely since I've read posts that folks are plugging power tool battery chargers and like in)

thanks
Brian
 

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Re: Inverter Wave Type?

huc said:
anyone know the wave type being used on the FJ's Inverter?
Square Wave? (unlikely since it's pretty much obsolete these days)
Modified Square Wave?
Pure Sine Wave? (would be preferred and possibly the most likely since I've read posts that folks are plugging power tool battery chargers and like in)

thanks
Brian

Brian, PM me your email address and I'll make this easy on you.
 
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