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Old 09-30-2011, 08:51 AM   #15
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I have the samsung led model with audio output. I was able to pick it up for $50 because it was returned but still had the shrink wrap on it. I love it we hook a Sony Bluetooth transmitter receiver to it and have it connect to my radio.
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Old 09-30-2011, 09:08 AM   #16
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Can you post up the model number next time you're near the monitor? I understood neither had outputs. HDMI negates the need for audio outputs - especially if you're willing to have a separate receiver that can translate that into surround.
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Old 09-30-2011, 11:26 AM   #17
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Erik,

I baught a 22" skyworth 12V with built-in DVD player, it uses less power and it is made specifically for truck, RV etc. Purchased from a trucking supplies company on internet for $305 free delivery and not tax.
It has been working fine for last 8 months it has digital tuner which make possible to catch channels on air.
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Old 09-30-2011, 11:34 AM   #18
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The Skyworth might be able to down-convert 1080 to 720, but with a panel size of 1024 x 768 (1366 x 768 on 19" model) it isn't well-suited to native HD viewing in any format (e.g., 1280 x 720; 1929 x 1080). 12V option is nice.
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Old 09-30-2011, 12:54 PM   #19
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The model of my tv is a un26c4000PD. This is a 26" tv. I do believe it is 720 native but for me it's a great tv. The images from my xbox look amazing. I do know that 1080p is much better this suites me.
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Televisions not Tow Vehicles : )

I am also needing 2 Televisions for my Avion Renovation.
I am about to buy the Samsung T23A350.Costco has them for $240
Its low energy rated,LED,LCD HDTV and has a USB media player.
Now I need to find a good tv wall mount,one that can take the vibrations of a trailer and not sag.
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We want to attach our TV to the wall between the living area and galley on the side where the fridge is. We bought a mounting system from Wally World, but he screws were so long, they would have punctured the fridge if we had installed it. Have any of you mounted your TVs? Where did you get your mounting system?
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We want to attach our TV to the wall between the living area and galley on the side where the fridge is. We bought a mounting system from Wally World, but he screws were so long, they would have punctured the fridge if we had installed it. Have any of you mounted your TVs? Where did you get your mounting system?

I have not mounted my TV in the AS however having mounted 100s of TVs I would not use the included hardware. I myself would buy toggle bolts that could be installed with ease and would not pull out like screws or lag bolts.
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We want to attach our TV to the wall between the living area and galley on the side where the fridge is. We bought a mounting system from Wally World, but he screws were so long, they would have punctured the fridge if we had installed it. Have any of you mounted your TVs? Where did you get your mounting system?
Would it be possible to trim the screws to fit your available space?

If you do this, put the nuts on the screws before cutting. You will then be able to back them off easily to straighten out any bent threads, rather than fight to get them on.
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