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Old 08-06-2016, 12:23 PM   #1
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AC noise over TV

Is there a way to hear the TV (television) when the air is on? Can you adjust the speakers? Seems like the AC drowns out the speakers...thank you!
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Old 08-06-2016, 01:16 PM   #2
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Run an aux cord from your tv to your stereo. Cheap and easy.

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Old 08-06-2016, 01:26 PM   #3
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On my Jensen system, I turn on the stereo and switch to AUX setting and turn on speaker A. The sound comes from the ceiling mounted speakers. You will need to use the Jensen small remote to control the volume.
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Question... Are the TV speakers the same as A,B & C?or are those just for the stereo? If so, where are TV speakers?
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Wireless headphones... Unless you have multiple people wanting to all hear the tv lol...
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Old 08-06-2016, 05:47 PM   #6
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I too have the Jensen system but that did not seem to work....am I doing something wrong? Also, how do I insert an auxiliary cable? I own a 2013 X23B. Thank you!
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I too have the Jensen system but that did not seem to work....am I doing something wrong? Also, how do I insert an auxiliary cable? I own a 2013 X23B. Thank you!
Make sure to turn off the internal speaker of your TV (Use the TV Remote) and as well look to see if there is an option to use external Audio Jack??, check to ensure you have an Audio Cable coming from the TV which likely runs to your Stereo if the TV came with the Trailer. I have to crank my Jensen up significantly to start hearing volume from the TV but it works.

It did not work initially, I had to pull the stereo from the Mounting Spot and discovered the Audio cable was not properly seated. You may want to check that as well. As for using the Trailer Speakers, I need to use AUX1 on mine.

Hope that helps. Oh, and don't forget to turn off Speakers C if not outside else you will end up with Campers coming to your door to thank you for the Audio, LOL
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Question... Are the TV speakers the same as A,B & C?or are those just for the stereo? If so, where are TV speakers?
When we got our TT, I tried to get the TV to work over the stereo, I noticed an extra set of cords (red, white, yellow I think) that came with the TT, I had to pull the radio, 4 screws I think, plug in the 2 AUDIO cords and run it to the Jensen TV, getting to the back of the TV was not fun, there was a steel cable attached to the release tabs, so i thought, easy just pull down, NOT !, the tabs pull towards you, once I released the TV it was a matter of plugging in the audio to audio out. BTW, check to make sure your cable connection is snug at the TV, think mine came loose from road vibration lol, Good Luck...once the audio cable us hooked up you can send the sound out to A, B or C
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My solution is a wireless headphone set. Works great.
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