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Old 06-07-2013, 06:24 AM   #1
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Adding additional TV

As you can probably tell by my numerous questions, I am new to RVs and this forum has answered ever one. It is much appreciated. The 1998 Adventurer I purchased did not have a tv in the bedroom. There is a place for it. If I add a small flat screen and connect it to the anntena source, will it work properly being the signal is supplied by a digital converter? Wally World by me has 24inch flat screens on sale for 160 with dvd built in. It is slight bigger than the space I have but I figured I could mount it to an articulating wall mount.
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Old 06-07-2013, 06:56 AM   #2
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The new tv you are proposing does not need the converter. If you move the existing converter to the lead to the front tv only you should be good to go. Your bedroom tv will be connected to the "tv2" feed from the control box in the front and should work just fine. I previously had a '98 Brave that was wired that way. The converter was wired in the tv1 line out from the control box and did not affect the rear tv. I also had a second converter connected to the rear tv. Both converters allowed a "pass through" of the signals for the dvd or vhs players.
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I did that in my 2000 Adventurer. I have some pics if you want.
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I would gladly welcome pics.
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Old 06-07-2013, 07:51 AM   #5
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I did that in my 2000 Adventurer. I have some pics if you want.
Here you go. I used a swing arm mount so that I could access cabinet beside and to be able to center the TV when watching. Because of the backing I built, I was also able to access the are behind the TV for storage. I put the DVD player in the cabinet to the right and just had to open the door for access and remote operation.


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Very cool. Thanks so mutch
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