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Old 11-24-2015, 10:29 AM   #11
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The wiring to my outside TV is composite (3 wire VCR vintage technology). My TV, Jensen JE3214, only has capability for one composite (or component) connection. There are 2 HDMI ports but no HDMI cable run to outside. The trade off then is satellite or outside DVD player, not both. I am currently leaning toward OTA + sat vs OTA + DVD. I added a 3 to 1 switch so I can also use the dash DVD player outside. Sat and dash DVD wiring is input to switch. Outside radio/CD/DVD player becomes radio/CD player only.

Your choices may be different if you have kids or HDMI cable run throughout…or yo have a different TV.


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Old 11-24-2015, 08:21 PM   #12
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Our 2015 FK had analog RCA-type cables going to the two main room tv's and the bedroom tv. The outside tv was connected only to the dvd / radio that is part of the outside entertainment center.

I went with a wireless HDMI solution which sends the satellite or blu-ray signal to all of the TV's simultaneously.

I believe the 2016's have HDMI connections throughout.

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Old 11-25-2015, 05:56 AM   #13
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Thank you for the reply. The "wireless" HDMI actually sounds like an upgrade better than the 2016 factory install we have.

Actually that sounds like a great upgrade.
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Old 11-25-2015, 07:04 AM   #14
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I was skeptical at first and bought iogear's "wireless HD video kit" which, at around $200, broadcasts the a wireless signal to one additional TV (in addition to the one the transmitter is connected to).

It worked really well so I went ahead and bought their "long range wireless 5x2 hdmi matrix pro" which supports up to 5 simultaneous TVs and allows two different sources at once (one at the transmitter TV, and another source to the remote TVs). Spent about $800 on that which wasn't cheap but sure beats stringing HDMI cables across the coach!
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Old 11-25-2015, 10:03 AM   #15
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tv's in seneca

my 2015 Seneca had all kinds of problems. first the coach is supposed to have 2 sat conn over the cab and 1 in the bedroom. found jayco only wired 1 in the cab area. also found the outside tv had no video cable plugged to tv. both these problems I was able to resolve myself. biggest problem I see is some idiot at jayco put 4 hd TV's in the coach then sold you the optional hd dish and wired them to work on av cables!!! wasn't that smart.
I bought a rockfish wireless hdmi transmitter so I have hd on the cab over tv and the main tv it works great but cost me $200 at best buy. I sent letter to jayco but they never replied except jayco has now wired all 4 TV's with hdmi on the 2016 models, guess they fired the idiot. oh the outside tv works on the sat but receiver must be changed to 480. a jayco rep told me they had a lot of wiring problems and he sent me their wiring diagram for the whole coach which was very helpful.

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