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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by riverphantom3, Feb 27, 2016.

  1. riverphantom3

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    I am thinking of playing music from my drone. I plan to do this with a cheap mp3 player and cheap speaker. Would this be considered noise pollution/disturbing the peace? I do know that the speaker will have to be loader then the propellers.
     
  2. eaglegoaltender

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    Obviously you are not serious.
     
  3. riverphantom3

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    Yea? I mean I plan just to do this over my own property for fun. I was just wondering if I could in town.
     
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    What would be the point? And any "cheap speaker" will not likely be able to play loud enough, at least not discernibly.
     
  5. riverphantom3

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    No point I'm just having fun. The speaker was only $5 but it is loud, it has no bass though.
     

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    I know - even with the question. Nice big magnet on the speaker bound to be an interference - joke.
     
  7. riverphantom3

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    Yes, that's why I have the speaker on the strings. Magnets + electronics = bad day. I think it will work, it will be cool to fly around playing music.
     
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    I doubt you will get anyone to take your post seriously but "town"? I'm guessing we should know what "town" and then also know the noise ordinances?

    #postfail
     
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    lol :D I meant to say in a residential area. I won't play music in "town" until a holiday like Christmas. I would love for someone to play holiday music in my town from the air and I think others would too. :D
     
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    How long is your string? It will probably interfere with the compass anyway!


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  11. riverphantom3

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    If it was 10 feet away would it still cause interference? The player and speaker aren't sending off bluetooth, wifi or any other signal expect for the magnetic one from the speaker.
     
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    Compass Calibration, A Complete Primer
    Within 20 feet. This is for calibration, but basically means it will be affected by metal within that range.


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    That was my way of saying "don't do that". Regardless of whether or not you're serious, you seem set on what you're going to do before you ask your questions, so what good does it do to ask? And bro, you're making us millenials look bad.


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  15. riverphantom3

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    I just like to hear other peoples opinions and know what the law/FAA might say about what I'm about to try/do. How am I making you "millennials" look bad?
     
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    "You"? millenials is the name of our generation. You're 14. And you've pushed some people on here in the wrong way for a while.


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  17. riverphantom3

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    I know what millennials are, and I don't mean to push people around but I'm going to end up doing what I want. Like I'm going to fly how high I want, where I want and how fast I want lol. I just stick with my opinions. I don't mean to make anyone look bad I'm just on here for advice, opinions, ideas, news and for the great community. Don't mean to cause any trouble.
     
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    See the posts on "idiots" elsewhere in these forums for additional help and advice.

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    Put your speaker on a selfiestick. Losts of fun and you are starting a new trend: the selfie-speaker.:D
     
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    Then heed it!

    Your "hind sight" comes from those who have years of life well beyond that of your age!