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Old 12-05-2015, 11:35 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Skyliner View Post
...I looked into 12V TV's and DVD players. The ones I found were $$$$$$$

Originally Posted by pmsherman View Post
If you have a TV that uses a wall wart power supply, there's a good chance that it'll run directly on DC. Check the power supply to see what its output voltage is. If it's DC, at any voltage, you can get a DC-DC voltage regulator that will take 12V from your batteries and produce the voltage the TV needs. These devices generally cost less than $50 and it you're wiling to work with an assembled circuit board, are frequently available for less than $30.


I had a pleasant surprise like that with the last TV I bought. Boxing Day sale, only a few hundred for a 32" flat screen. Got it home and discovered the wall wort puts 12V DC into the TV.

Now I just need to convince the DW to both let me take it camping with us and to go dry camping so I can try it out.

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