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Old 11-28-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Happy Thanksgiving from an Newbie

First time on the forum so I am still trying to figure out the best sites.
We have just purchased our first motorhome after many years with a 5th Wheel.
Thus this is my first experience with the Winngard theater/satellite control/power box.
What I am trying to find our is what is the easiest Way to hook a blueray player. I do have the standard issue Memorex DVD player hooked (factory) but many of our DVD's are now blueray
Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.
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Hi Dean! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

You didn't say how old the MH is. Most surround sound receivers in older MH's (like ours) had built-in DVD players, but they would not take BluRay. I replaced ours a few months ago with a new Denon receiver and Sony BluRay player. I used HDMI from the DVD to the receiver, then another HDMI cable from the receiver to the TV. I also had to add a powered subwoofer since the SW that was there was speaker-level, and the new receiver did not have a speaker-level SW output. One thing leads to another it seems!

Everything worked out great and it really sounds good now! Hope you get your problem solved. Enjoy the forum!

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Old 11-28-2013, 07:14 PM   #5
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Welcome it all depends on how its wired as stated earlier, ideally you would want to use HDMI for the best quality, if its a stand alone with HDMI it may literally be swap in, if it has a switch box, and other "fancy" equipment it will be a different solution, if you have easy way to access the TV and power a direct HDMI might be easiest, if the system is confusing so etimes the manufacturer of your rig may offer advice.

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