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Old 12-19-2010, 10:40 PM   #11
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Ok, I got his figured out! I went to Electronic Fry's and looked at various DVD players. I found out two things. There are two kind of DVD players...those that just go to your TV and those that go to a surround sound system. I need the later. Now, what I also found out is that certain brands like Samsung and Sony use proprietary connectors on the back while LG used the same kind of connection as my old DVD player. So when I go to replace it, I'll use a brand like LG. Bad news: The replacement cost would be around $250. Sure, I could pick up a regular DVD player for less than $100 but then sound would not be coming out of the 5 speakers situated around the RV. Thanks guys for all your help.

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