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Old 02-19-2012, 09:18 AM   #1
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Install Fireplace & SubWoofer in our Pinnacle

Our Pinnacle 35LKTS that we bought off the dealer lot was quite loaded but did not have a Fireplace.

DW wanted a Fireplace so I shopped the Internet and finally found one at a RV Surplus Company for a great deal.

Also wanted to improve the sound quality of our Jensen Sound system. Contacted Jensen Customer Support and they suggested adding a Sub Woofer to the system and sent us the model number that would be compatible with our current Jensen Sound System. Found the Jensen Sub Woofer at a Marine Supply company online for a great price.

Finally got time yesterday to do the installation.


Cabinet before installation





Cabinet with Doors and Shelve removed





Jensen Sub Woofer installed




Fireplace install complete


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Old 02-19-2012, 09:31 AM   #2
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Nice job.

Looks great!
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Old 02-19-2012, 09:44 AM   #3
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Very nice job... looks awesome!
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Looks very good.....Come help me install the 65" TV in the back of my Eagle...plz
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Old 02-19-2012, 10:19 AM   #5
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Looks very good.....Come help me install the 65" TV in the back of my Eagle...plz
Now that sounds like a Fun Mod, I saw a Redwood 5th Wheel at a dealer with a 55" TV in the back of it, it was awsome, 65" would be even better !!!!
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Old 02-19-2012, 11:24 AM   #6
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Those fireplaces sure makes an RV look cozy! Nice mod
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Looks good Rob. You are much too motivated.

I already have the fireplace, but since I never turn my sound system on I don't need to add anything to it. I think I used it for the first week or so and then just quit. I'm not even sure where the remote it.
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How great that it fit so well inside the space already provided.

It looks fantastic. Great job!
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Old 02-19-2012, 01:39 PM   #9
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Why does a fireplace need a sub?

Just kiddin'. Looks real nice!
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Looks good Rob. You are much too motivated.

I already have the fireplace, but since I never turn my sound system on I don't need to add anything to it. I think I used it for the first week or so and then just quit. I'm not even sure where the remote it.
Ed, you are right I guess we are to motivaited, but this is our Home!

I do not know how the Pinnacle we found at the dealer was speced without a Fireplace, it has almost every other option available.
It seemed kind of odd when we bought it but was not a deal breaker for us.

We use the DVD player quite a bit and watch movies, the addition of the Sub Woofer gave us a little more punch and "Theater Sound" to go with our "Theater Seating" we put in! :hihi:
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