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Old 07-18-2016, 04:52 PM   #1
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22" TV with Wifi and DVD?

I would like to add a TV to the bedroom of a 2010 25" Flying Cloud FB. I was hoping to find a 22" smart TV (i.e. WiFi embedded) and with a DVD (i.e. combo). I see they sell them in the UK - but can not find one here searching the internet. I know i can get separate components, but would much prefer a single component. anybody know of one?

Also anybody know what mounting part Airstream uses in the bedroom?
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Old 07-18-2016, 07:15 PM   #2
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Your best option is something like SuperSonic 22" 1080p LED Widescreen HDTV with HDMI Input, AC/DC Compatible for RVs and Built-in DVD Player. Then add an HDMI device such as a Roku, Google Chromecast and you can stream from your phone.
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Can you stream to the chromecast without wifi?
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Old 07-18-2016, 07:37 PM   #4
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Your best option is something like SuperSonic 22" 1080p LED Widescreen HDTV with HDMI Input, AC/DC Compatible for RVs and Built-in DVD Player. Then add an HDMI device such as a Roku, Google Chromecast and you can stream from your phone.
This TV has an USB input. Would a USB to WIFI adapter do what you want?

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/networki...d=abcat0503007


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22" TV with Wifi and DVD?

Yes you can stream from your phone to a chromecast dongle if you have a healthy data plan on your phone


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Yes you can stream from your phone to a chromecast dongle if you have a healthy data plan on your phone


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What if movies are downloaded in advance and saved on an iPhone. Can they be streamed to the chromecast without wifi?
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I don't know if there is an app for that but if you have a DVD player just burn or rip your movies to DVD.
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I thought the chromecast might mirror or allow playback like the Apple TV without wifi. The Apple TV, at least the original one, requires wifi to connect to a phone.

Burning DVDs is certainly an option, but isn't nearly as convenient as downloading to a device for later playback.
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We took out tv out, butI am now intriged by the 22' listed above, with correct accessories. To actually play tv, I pug in matching colors, and the intenna. Then turn on and search for stations. Our travels are taking us to major cities for work, like Cleaveland tomorrow, I think I would be able to pick up some channels.

I am clueless totally clueless and appreciate simple answers, I am not big techie, more a grammie sue. Thank you very much.
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Don't get the TV with built-in dvd player/bluray player for two reasons from experience:

1. They are big and bulky.
2. disk player will fail especially in an trailer or rv set up.

You are better off getting a flat tv, get a wireless hdmi and an HDMI matrix.

If you want more info, let me know.
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Thanks for all the input. Will bypass the embedded DVD and go with a 22" smart TV (and get a little external DVD player). Does anybody know if this wall mount (web site link below) will be Ok to install (in the bedroom on the other side of the shower).

https://www.amazon.com/Locking-Canti...r+flat+screens
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22" TV with Wifi and DVD?

I used one similar to this, which costs about half as much. The wall opposite the mount is the medicine cabinet in the bathroom. I placed a metal plate inside the medicine cabinet and used through bolts to distribute the load.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0055IX824?pc_redir=T1
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our bedroom configuration has drawers / closet in the way for the bathroom install (as well as the wiring and outlet are also on the other side_. So the wall that separates the shower from the bedroom is our only option. Anybody know if there is a stud or something in the middle of that wall that I can screw into - and will not penetrate the shower. Again - this is a 2010 25' flying cloud FB.
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TLC Roku TV

Personally, I installed a TCL 28S3750 28-Inch 720p Roku Smart LED TV in my Bambi Sport 16. The existing TV from the factory was a 22" Samsung "Dumb" TV no WiFi and no apps. The Roku TV has the Roku software built in so no need of a dongle or extra external device. I also installed a Sony BDP-S1500 Blu-ray player. I used this folding shelf for the player (VonHaus by Designer Habitat Floating Adjustable Shelf Wall Mount Bracket) and reused the existing locking swing out TV bracket. All of this is mounted on the same wall that houses my wet bath shower.
As a side note, good luck finding any WiFi in campgrounds that will support video streaming. I'm thinking there was a reason Airstream did not install a smart TV in the Bambi
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