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Old 11-03-2013, 02:45 PM   #1
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Who has theater seating in their trailer?

Wondering who may have theater seating in place of a standard jackknife sofa and if they like it?

We are thinking of upgrading to theater seating. We're not finding the sofa we have particularly comfortable for watching TV or reading for any length of time. We have theater seating at home and love it. When the seats are in fully reclined position, do they possibly extend too far into the circulation space? We don't need the capability of being able to sleep on the sofa. We won't miss the storage space under the sofa either since it is such a pain to lift up and close, we don't really use it for storage. Is there any other downside we haven't thought of?
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:21 PM   #2
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Wondering who may have theater seating in place of a standard jackknife sofa and if they like it?

We are thinking of upgrading to theater seating. We're not finding the sofa we have particularly comfortable for watching TV or reading for any length of time. We have theater seating at home and love it. When the seats are in fully reclined position, do they possibly extend too far into the circulation space? We don't need the capability of being able to sleep on the sofa. We won't miss the storage space under the sofa either since it is such a pain to lift up and close, we don't really use it for storage. Is there any other downside we haven't thought of?
We just brought home our new Sunset Trail 32RL yesterday. One of the things we liked best was the theater seating. It is probably the most comfortable seating I've ever seen in an RV. No downside that I see.
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Rockwood has added theatre seating as an option this year to the travel trailer line
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