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Old 08-04-2013, 12:42 AM   #1
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TV Kitchen and sound

I have a 2010 Flying Cloud and I was wondering if anyone have been able to have the sound coming trough the speakers in the trailer instead of coming off the TV?

It's the TV that originally came with the trailer and I wish I could have the sound coming the the sound system..

As anyone figured this out? or is it possible?
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Old 08-04-2013, 04:14 AM   #2
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You may wish to try using an FM transmitter, like the one below:


There are lots of devices available in a wide range of prices, so this one may not be the best. Also, the plug on this device may not match your television; so you should verify that the device you decide to buy is compatible with the connector on your TV.

To use a device like this, perform the following:

* Connect the power cord or plug to the power source. For this example, that would be a 12 volt DC cigarette lighter socket.

* Plug the adapter cable into the earphone jack on your TV set.

* Select the FM radio frequency on which you wish to transmit. Pick a channel that's not in use and has the least interference. You may need to experiment to get the best signal, after you get everything hooked up.

* Turn on the FM stereo in your Airstream and tune to the frequency you selected.

Some of these devices work better than others, so you may wish to buy from a store that has a liberal return policy and several models that you can try.
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Old 08-04-2013, 05:38 AM   #3
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From Radio Shack we purchased a set of remote speakers with volume control and plugged the jack into our TV for better volume control. They work great as we didn't like the tin sound coming from our TV.
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Old 08-04-2013, 06:14 AM   #4
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Mine is a 2012 and the TV is connected to the stereo system in the trailer (no additional equipment required). Do you have the Sony "car stereo" in your trailer? If so, you have to select CD2 as the source. Good luck!
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