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Old 11-11-2019, 03:29 PM   #1
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Our new camper has the furrion sound bar, we kind of like it but I need to add some type of a wall mount dvd player. We had a IRV 6500BT that we really liked, I am sure it would work with the sound bar and tv but looking for what others have done, a shelf dvd player want work, has to be a wall mount. I found another 6500BT that I am looking at. Thanks

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Good luck with that. They haven't made that style in a while. About the only thing I could find was a PS4 game station.

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I have seen some small shelves designed to hold a DVR, DVD player or receiver etc. Whatever device you get be sure that it has HDMI out. Most newer TVs have multiple HDMI inlets so all you have to do is switch your input with the remote to go from one device to another.
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