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Old 08-19-2013, 11:48 AM   #1
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Allegro Red Home Theater

I just purchased a 2013 Allegro Red DP. The unit came with almost all the options except for the Home Theater. I would like to add a Home Theater but not sure what I need or what to install and how. I am technically up to speed on most electronics, however, I am not sure what I need for the unit.

The Home Theater comes prewired from Tiffin. I see the cable in the rear TV panel but have no idea where they lead to as far as speakers and what Home Theater unit would connect with the little wire connectors in the panel that appears to be speaker wires.

If I purchase a Home Theater system it comes with speakers that are generally place on shelves or on the floor. I think the Allegro speakers would be mounted internally. For instance I see what looks like cut outs for speakers in the back tv panel and also below the mid tv. It that where they go? What Home Theater system is used by Tiffin?

Thanks to anyone that can help.

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Old 08-19-2013, 12:29 PM   #2
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I would highly recommend going back to a dealer and walking through a MH with the home theater installed, preferrably on your model. All questions would then easily be answered.

In terms of equipment, many folks use a home theater in a box type of setup, where there is a single (relatively small) combo unit that acts as a bluray player and receiver all in one.

For my setup I used a traditional home theater receiver and separate bluray player as well as an additional powered subwoofer. That said, what FITS is what will dictate what options you have. And what the original manufacturer used is often a good place to start, so head on back to a dealer and inspect a MH with this option.


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Old 08-19-2013, 02:05 PM   #3
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Our Georgetown came with a "Home theater" system that sounded awful. Tiny cheap speakers and a terrible subwoofer. Under powered RCA unit that stopped working within a month of purchasing the MH. The second RCA unit actually lasted 5 months!.

Got rid of the crap that came with the MH and bought a Samsung sound bar that has a powered subwoofer that is feed via Bluetooth, so no wires. WOW, happy now. NASCAR races are great.
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