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Old 03-03-2015, 10:50 AM   #11
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JMO but ditch the red/white/yellow cable and get an HDMI cable. You're not getting an HD picture or good sound with the RWY cable. Why all RV makers can't spend an extra $10.00 for an HDMI cable that takes less time to hook up is beyond me. Also you need to make sure your RV DVD player has the output for a sub. We have a sub in our SOB 5er and it sounds great. Actually the whole system sounds nice. I had to add the HDMI cable also.


JMO but if you don't have a sub or have the output for it I'd junk the stock stereo and get a nice 12V system from a place like Crutchfield.com. More options and it will last a lifetime as opposed to the cheap Jensen/Furion junk.
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JMO but ditch the red/white/yellow cable and get an HDMI cable. You're not getting an HD picture or good sound with the RWY cable. Why all RV makers can't spend an extra $10.00 for an HDMI cable that takes less time to hook up is beyond me.
To make matters worse, the red/white/yellow cable on our 33rlds was too short. As soon as I pulled the TV out and tilted to the side, it ripped out of the TV
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We have to add our own TV. Which we already have, but I have no idea how to hook it up so it will play through the iRV system. I'll have to check out the manual.
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