Re: "The Other TV"
Originally Posted by rvomaha
We are having our 19 made cable-ready at the dinette end, but no TV mount will be installed. Hubby plans to get a TV tuner to add to his laptop, and we will watch cable TV or DVDs on the laptop. The laptop will be going on all our trips anyway for other purposes, and TV is not a very big part of our lives, even at home. When we were making this decision (TV or no TV), Tammy told us she did not recommend leaving a TV installed on the mount while traveling. That made it even easier to give up the TV since we'll have one less thing to dismantle and store each time we are towing. --Liz
We had a flat screen combo TV/DVD (12volt), and had it mounted on the arm. But, like you said, it had to be put up/down each time...and finally, it stopped working one day. So, we do the laptop DVD player with headphones (when we use it) and a 12v/110 converter if the batt gets low. We seldom use it, but when we do, we're glad we have it.
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