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dznf0g 08-05-2010 10:33 AM

2007 30' Classic Limited A/V provisions
I just bought a 2007 30' Classic. The original owner did not get any TV nor Subwoofer options. I have solved the subwoofer issues with the prewired connections available and am up and running.


1) While setting up the Subwoofer for the stereo, two other A/V cables were present behind the stereo:
a) a 30' RCA two wire patch cable (per online parts manual). This, presumably allows for the TV to be played through the stereo, as there is an audio "in" RCA jacks on back of stereo. BUT, where is the othwr end of the cable? I cannot reach it behind the TV antenna/amplifier nor the nearby power outlet.
b) a 30' 3-way patch cord, presumably for a DVD player. Again, where is the other end of this patch cable?

2) Advice needed: I am going to mount a flat panel in the bedroom on the right side wall, where the TV hookups are. What thy of mount? Is there additional structure needed in the thin space between the pocket door and inside of wall?

I will also mount a flat panel to the bottom side of the overhead cabinet over the credenza. Again, any mount advice and mounting suggestions?
Also, what is a good way to hide the cabling down to the TV hookups below the credenza?


scott05 10-10-2013 06:54 PM

We have a 2005 30' classic and was curious to know what you figured out with the cables. Were you able to mount flat panels to the locations mentioned? I am hoping to mount one in the bedroom also.

dznf0g 10-10-2013 07:00 PM

The wiring was there in the bedroom...already factory installed. I NEVER found the dinette end of the audio cables.....and I've had the fridge out twice since the OP. I wound up running new cables from the overhead front locker to the credenza, where I have my flat panel.

tvketchum 10-19-2013 01:53 PM

If the bedroom is wired, the wall should be reinforced for a TV mount bracket in center upper Half of the wall. Some thumping should reveal the spot.

dznf0g 10-19-2013 09:51 PM

My wall was not reinforced in any way. If you order a TV from the factory, I would assume you are correct, but no reinforcement in the wall. I removed the pocket door, loosened the BR side wall by removing the screws at the top by the ceiling. This allowed enough room to get my arm and hand in the pocket to install an aluminum plate with the wall sandwiched between that plate and the TV wall mount.

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