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Old 04-02-2013, 08:58 PM   #1
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Outside tv mount on 27hfs

Has anyone mounted a outside tv? What bracket and where did you mount it.
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Old 04-15-2013, 02:06 PM   #2
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this is mounted just above and to the right of the outdoor speakers. left of the entry door.




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Old 04-15-2013, 10:26 PM   #3
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Did you add it?
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Old 04-15-2013, 10:30 PM   #4
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nope, Brent said he had it added at the factory. Now weather that meat at Forest river or at RVW i don't know. but it was added before he took delivery.
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We will be using the outside tv for the 1st time this year thanks to Santa. Our bracket came with the camper. We have the cable connection under the bracket so I know we will be fine there. What about if we are where there is no cable. Is the antenna tied into that connector for regular channels?
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We will be using the outside tv for the 1st time this year thanks to Santa. Our bracket came with the camper. We have the cable connection under the bracket so I know we will be fine there. What about if we are where there is no cable. Is the antenna tied into that connector for regular channels?
Mine is connected to cable and the roof top wingman antenna for OTA local channels. I also ran coax from the rear and front of my TT to my outdoor kitchen where I keep my satellite receiver which also connects to this TV. Front and rear connections allow me to connect my directv HD dish to either end of my TT in order to avoid trees or other obstructions.
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Mine is connected to cable and the roof top wingman antenna for OTA local channels. I also ran coax from the rear and front of my TT to my outdoor kitchen where I keep my satellite receiver which also connects to this TV. Front and rear connections allow me to connect my directv HD dish to either end of my TT in order to avoid trees or other obstructions.
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Did you add it?
Has anyone located a source and identified the male bracket for this mount?
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ok, so i thought i was doing myself a favor by getting DTV to come out and swap out my 3rd box for a new HD unit, but i just realized (from reading an earlier post) that i now only have HDMI outs, how will i connect the box to the coax "in" on the trailer to watch the mounted tv's ? do they make an adapter that will go from hdmi to coax in ?

i posted this question as a new thread in an appropriate forum too, but figured its' relevant as we are all mounting tv's ..

Edit: talked to my dtv guy and if i get an "rf modulator" i use the rca jacks on the back, pluged into the rf modulator, that then has a coax out that could plug into the trailer coax "in". Or .. just run the coax through the window to the hd box and then use the hdmi cable to connect directly to a tv.
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