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Old 09-28-2015, 01:52 PM   #1
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Adding outside TV to the coach system

We have a Allegro 35QBA with three Panasonic Viera tvs (no switcher).
all those are inside the coach. If I wanted to add an outside TV, that will play the same as the inside units, what would I have to do?
The Viera TV's are still available, but kind of expensive.



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Old 09-28-2015, 10:44 PM   #2
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If one of your bays is pre-wired then all you need is a TV and a mount. Mine was and I put a Samsung outside. You don't, as far as I know, need to use the same brand TV (I have had 3 different brands).

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The outside TV was an option in our rig. Could easily put one is as the wiring is all there, but no need to since we don't want to watch TV outside at the present time. The MH came with three Viera TV's but the front one has been replaced with a Samsung which is our favorite brand anyway. The Direct TV receiver is programmed to work with the front so we do have to use a different controller if we want to use the midships 42" TV, but so far we haven't used it at all.
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