Originally Posted by Money Man
If you have 2010 vintage TVs, you will not be able to connect any of them to the Internet. That was the issue with our 2014 RED. We just got back from a trip to Red Bay where we replaced all of our TVs with smart, Internet connected TVs. Makes your choices much easier and much broader.
This is partially true. The OP probably had the Samsung flat screens that are not smart TVs. We had those in our 2011 and still have 2 of them. While they cannot be DIRECTLY connected to the internet, they certainly can be connected to the internet through an Apple TV or similar device.
As you noted, your new set up includes “smart, internet connected TVs”. The key words there are internet connected. The OP will still have to figure out how to connect smart TVs to the internet. Simply slapping smart TVs around the rig won’t get the OP up and running without a way to establish that internet connection.
If the OP has the Samsung TVs with the (roughly) 3” bezels, a 43” smart TV with a small bezel will fit in place of the 37” Samsung in the front of the rig, or at least it does in our 2011 Phaeton. I popped an LG up there and it both has better resolution and updates the look of the rig. I still connect that smart TV to the internet either with an Apple TV or by directly connecting my phone to the TV as this is the least expensive way I have found.
We have a Visio smart TV in the bedroom and the original Samsung’s in the midship position and outside. I am seriously contemplating swapping the mid ship TV for a 37” monitor as the main use of that unit is as a second monitor for work and the Samsung leaves much to be desired in that department.