I am a first time travel trailer owner, so I am hoping that my choice is a good one and sets the standard for future purchases.
I have found a lot of information on the net covering the must have items, watched towing videos, and chatted my RV/TT owning friends for tips and tricks.
What I am curious about is the entertainment features of my “rear entertainment” trailer.
The TV is on the small size, not a big deal but I would not mind something a little larger down the road. The problem is that the fake brick facing above the fireplace mantle is sized to fit the existing TV. So a few questions of some 2700RES owners:
- Is there “finished” wood behind that fake brick held in place by several screws and no glue (I hope)?
- What would be the upward limit on TV weight I could safely hang on the existing mount?
- Do I have to remove the brick facing in order to remove the TV for winter storage?
While I reviewing various TT models and manufacturers, it seemed that most of them had similar entertainment “head units” to handle DVD, radio, and TV. The had AUX and USB ports but none I noticed had HDMI ports.
Now, I if I want to use my Apple TV or other HDMI device, it appears that I will have to somehow snake a cable around the back of the TV to plug it in to a port. Now how will it interact with the unit? Will I be able to direct sound to the various speakers?
I appreciate any information members of this forum could share.