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Old 07-22-2012, 11:48 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone,

I have a neck problem, which prevents me from keeping my head turned for any length of time, such as for watching TV. This means I need to look straight ahead when I watch TV. For this reason, I'm looking for a used DP MH with the living room TV on the side and a couch/recliner across from it. The only ones I have found are the Winnebago FD, AD and TD models (Vectra or Tour, and the Itasca Ellipse and Horizon versions). I can't get one with the TV over the cab or the newer mid-ship TV models. I'm looking at something a few years old, maybe 2004-2009. Can anyone recommend any other models that I might look at? Thanks.
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On our Endeavor, when the slide outs are extended there is a mirror on the one wall. Where I sit at the table I can see the front TV in the mirror. Everything is backwards but for me that is not an issue.
I do not remember what the model up in the last week I did see a set up like you are asking about. We have been looking at newer Mh in hopes of purchasing one.
Good luck on your quest!
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Old 07-23-2012, 03:23 AM   #3
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Another thought is to have one of the sofas removed and a cabinet with the TV installed in its place. I dislike the 90 degree viewing angles too and will buy a rv with or create a better viewing area.
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In my Discovery, I removed one of the couches (curb side) and repalced it with a swivel euro chair and ottoman. No more neck turning and I can face either of the two tv's in the living area.
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I really like our Adventurer TV location like what you are looking for. Some of the newer rigs are getting better at putting the TV in a place more natural for viewing.

Keep us posted on what you find.
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We looked at some front kitchen models a few years ago and they all had the tv mid-ships with the lounge across from the tv. A 2006 Holiday Ambassador was one that I recall,

Many newer coaches have an additional tv somewhere midships as well. Was quite popular starting around 2006 or so in larger rigs (40 ft).
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TV placement

Try looking at Rexhall motorhomes. They have TV/Stereo cabinets placed so they are easy to view when sitting on the couch. You may be able to find a used one to fit your needs. If you want a new Rexhall, they only sell direct from the factory which is in Victorville, CA

Winnebago/Itasca have newer models with better placement of the TV as well.

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