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Old 01-08-2020, 11:30 AM   #1
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Send TV Sound from TV speakers to RV stero speakers.

I have a 2018 F/R Wildwood FSX 180RT toy hauler. This unit came equipped with a Furrion DV 3050 stereo with 2 zones output. I installed a small (not expensive) Samsung smart TV. The TV power connections are located in the ceiling above the TV. I connected a blue ray DVD player to the TV via HDMI. I want to send the sound out from the TV to the F/R trailer speakers. I connected RCA cables from the TV out (audio red and white) jacks to the RCA recpticals in the ceiling which are not labeled but I assumed to be audio and video in. Then I turned on the Furrion stereo and set the mode to auxiliary. Then I turned on the TV and attempted to set the sound to external speakers. I am not sure if I have the TV set up correctly. But I have no sound from the F/R speakers. I suspect that the TV is the problem.
BUT.....My question is to this forum: Are the RCA recpticals in the ceiling for the purpose of sending audio from the TV to the Furrion to be sent the zoned speakers? Thanks for your info.

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Old 01-09-2020, 02:09 PM   #2
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A few things:
The Furrion doesn't seem to be a true AVR receiver (so you can't input video devices through that) - No HDMI input, only the RCA
You will need to hook up the audio out from the TV (RCA) to an audio input on the back of the Furrion.
RCA video is very poor (300 lines of resolution). You want to avoid that.

I would consider replacing the Furrion, myself.
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