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Old 12-07-2014, 10:45 AM   #1
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Entertainment center

Forester 2251S due off assembly line on 16th of this month. Had an entertainment center to replace upper bunk added to build about 2 weeks ago. Anyone have a picture of what this will look like?
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Old 12-08-2014, 09:50 AM   #2
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Not your floor plan...but will look like this.
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That is gorgeous Brian, thanks
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Old 12-09-2014, 12:48 PM   #4
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TV Location

Nice looking Entertainment center, however it seems that the view from the sofa and obviously one side of the dinette in the 3050S floorplan would be very limited. We are planning a purchase of new 3050S and even the side mounted TV in the bunk area seems at a high right angle from the sofa. My wife has a neck problem and viewing would be difficult. On a new factory order would it be possible to have the TV mounted above the dinette, directly across from the sofa? We would possibly even sacrifice the overhead cabinets on that side if necessary (B.Clemens?).
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Old 12-09-2014, 02:01 PM   #5
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We do not have back/wiring designed for that application so it would not be possible to move the TV.

Someone on here a while back added a bracket to our bracket. It was a drop down bracket so that when the TV arm was swiveled to 90 degrees, you could unhook the TV and drop it down more to eye level. That would give you good viewing from the sofa & forward facing dinette seat.

With the endless pivot of our bracket and a down and out bracket, you should be able to find a viewing angle for your taste.

http://www.amazon.com/OmniMount-PLAY...ywords=play20x
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We do not have back/wiring designed for that application so it would not be possible to move the TV.

Someone on here a while back added a bracket to our bracket. It was a drop down bracket so that when the TV arm was swiveled to 90 degrees, you could unhook the TV and drop it down more to eye level. That would give you good viewing from the sofa & forward facing dinette seat.

With the endless pivot of our bracket and a down and out bracket, you should be able to find a viewing angle for your taste.

Amazon.com: OmniMount PLAY20X Mount with Extension for 19-Inch to 32-Inch TV: Electronics
Thanks Brian, we will try that when we get our MH.
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Old 12-09-2014, 05:17 PM   #7
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As many of you know - we modified the entertainment center and put the TV at a perfect viewing angle for us - viewing from the loveseat recliners we put in to replace the dinette.Click image for larger version

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Love it -very nice!


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Thanks, I haven't tried it yet, hope it works, will know tomorrow when I bring it to my driveway from therv storage lot and start preparing to go to Ft Wilderness on Mon.
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