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Old 05-02-2013, 07:44 AM   #1
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Dynasty TV's Replaced

I just replaced front and rear TV's in my 2000 Dynasty and thought I would share some photos of my install. I used locking swing arm mounts so I could reposition the TV's to the center of the room. The front TV has brackets for the sound bar to attach to the base of the TV and keeps the sound with the TV. The Polk Audio sound bar with wireless subwoofer sounds great and saves running wires throughout the coach. The front application still leaves room for storage behind the TV and the rear left enough room for the DVD player. Just have to stain my mount panels this weekend and ready for the road.


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Old 05-02-2013, 07:53 AM   #2
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Great looking installation. Interesting mount for the soundbar on the front tv. I have never seen one of those before.
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Thanks Steve.

The corner TV changeout is more difficult than the center. This is the first time I had to use the attachment for the sound bar. It works great to keep the sound with the TV when centering the TV in the room.
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Please tell me more about that sound bar mount. Where did you find it? How much does it cost? It looks like it would perfect for the flat screen conversion I did on our coach - very similar to yours with and articulated arm.
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Please tell me more about that sound bar mount. Where did you find it? How much does it cost? It looks like it would perfect for the flat screen conversion I did on our coach - very similar to yours with and articulated arm.
Here is a link to the mounting brackets by Evermount.

Products - Everik

I picked ours up at Future Shop, however, other electronics shops should have access. Possibly Best Buy.

I believe I paid $49.00 CA
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Our '98 Dynasty has the exact same TV setup in the bedroom that I've been trying to figure out how to switch out. This is perfect! Thankfully my brother had already switched the front TV over to a flat panel. Thanks for the ideas.
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Our '98 Dynasty has the exact same TV setup in the bedroom that I've been trying to figure out how to switch out. This is perfect! Thankfully my brother had already switched the front TV over to a flat panel. Thanks for the ideas.
You are very welcome!

I highly recommend the locking mount. I won't use anything else but this type in the future.
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Good looking work,nicely done!!
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