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Old 12-02-2016, 06:49 AM   #29
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I think the front overhead location was dedicated to take advantage of wasted space, before flat screen TV's A large TV's tube extended over 2 feet behind the screen make it impossible to put on the side without extending in the the living area obtrusively.
Since the invention of flat screen TVs have been moving to different locations.
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Just bought two TVs on Black Friday to replace both the overhead and the bedroom units. Bought MORyde locking mounts so they can be angled for better viewing. Our home TV is about the same angle from the couch, so we don't see an issue. On our Camelot, the overhead TV is in front of the passenger seat, so you don't have to turn your head as far. Across from the couch is not an option as we have the atrium model with floor to ceiling windows on the curb side.

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