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Old 01-29-2012, 10:08 AM   #15
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I'm happy to hear the install went well, I was just going to post about connections and speakers, and I'm still going to mention it here for others.

Consider when purchasing a replacement tv of where all the connections and the speakers are located on the tv. Also the type of connection to your home theater. In my case I was installing the tv into a hole where the old tv was installed. The tv I purchased had the speakers underneath the bottom part of the tv. In order to hear the sound I have to pull it out about 3 inches, therefore the articulating arm. It also gives me full access to the backside connections. One thing was that the new tv did not have the RCA audio output, only optical. The "cheaper" home theater in the MH does not have optical input, only RCA. I had to purchase a digital to analog audio converter. It works well.

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