Since buying Udo, he's never been equipped with any form of music player. The 2.9 diesel donk isn't the last word in automotive audio delights either. So, we decided that Udo needed a mixture of DAB and iPod with a good bassy shove to overcome the old-school drivetrain background noise. I used a highly recommended audio specialist in Reading called John Kleis. On their suggestion, they fitted an Alpine DAB head unit and separate subwoofer matched to two dash-mounted speakers. The subwoofer sits in an unused alcove behind and to the side of the drivers seat. The speakers have inbuilt tweeters and the control to the left of the steering wheel alters the bass-level and range of the subwoofer. And you know what? It sounds bloody great!! Nicely loud, if needed, clear and with a good 'shove' from the subwoofer to add depth. You know what else? DAB reception is pretty much perfect. There's a small Alpine windscreen stick-on antenna that is very effective. This is all wired to a permanent live. Udo's engine battery charges via EHU and solar, so we can use it on-site without worry. But.... I'm planning another element. John Kleis can mount two additional speakers near Udo's floor near the door with an additional amplifier. This will improve the sound rearward but also allow very effective outside usage as the speakers will aim that way. I'll try and enjoy this setup first for a bit, though.