Let me start by saying "I Love my SunSeeker", but I am very disappointed with the AV quality. "Its 2013... WTF".
I did disassemble the AV system just to see how it was hooked up as I wanted to add my sat receiver to the mix.
1. Removed the TV from the mount "Draw in the rubber feet to releve the pressure".
2. Removed the small piece of trim in front of the switch box "I found a nice filler at Lowes to touch up the staple holes after the reinstall".
3. There are 2 small pieces of velcro that hold the switch box to the shelf "I ran 2 small putty knives in between the box and shelf so I could slide the box out".
4. The video line for the DVD from the dash is AV not Digital, but on the back of the switch box is a video out for AV. I ran a new set of AV cables from those jacks on the switch box to the tv. This will give a much better picture for DVD on the large tv and you can still watch the same DVD on the bedroom tv.
5. For Satellite... I disconnected the cable in feed (this is the line that comes from the cubby where you plug in the park cable) from the back of the switch box and drilled a 1"1/2 hole through the bottom of the shelf that the switch box sits in. I then ran the cable through the hole I drilled "this will be the feed for my satellite receiver. I will plug my satellite dish in to the park cable connector". I then ran a set of AV cables, and a small piece of coax back through the hole I drilled. The AV cable will go straight to the tv and the coax goes back to the cable in on the switch box. The reason I ran the AV cable and the coax was that the AV cables offer a much better picture on the large tv, and the coax allows me to still use the switch box to send the satellite broadcast to the bedroom tv.... This procedure would be the same for HDMI satellite hi-Def. My Directv service is SD so I use AV cable...
6. I also ran 2 HDMI cables from the tv down and trough the hole I drilled for my AppleTV and any future HDMI device.
7. I carefully tucked the wires back in the shelf and slid the switch box back into place. I refastened the small strip of trim to the shelf in front of the switch box and filled the holes with the Cherry wood filler.
8. With a buddys help... I held the tv up and connected all the cables and remounted the tv.
9. The power for the sat receiver and my AppleTv came from the outlet right inside the door. I used a short extension cable with 3 outlets. I then coiled all my power cables up to hide behind the equipment.
The Picture shows the almost finished product. In this pic my cables I added are ran in front of the shelf. I was waiting on my buddy to help me route then back behind the tv and through the cabinet.
This seems to work pretty well. If anyone has a good idea of getting my 110 power into the back cabinet where the tv hangs I'm all ears... bc?