Sound Bar Installed
Tom n Gayle,
Thank you for the reply. We ventured into it, prior to reading your post, but essentially came up with a similar solution. We ended up picking up a z hex tool from Lowe’s (3 for $3.89). This allowed us to reach the back screws above the valence, without removing the valence. Once we had the cupboard bottom panel off, we used a mirror and light to feed the fiber optic cable and ran a backup RCA. We are using l brackets to hang the sound bar before we put the panel back up. The model we picked is the same length as the bottom of the Samsung 32 TV. More importantly, the sound quality. The new TV’s have great resolution however most come with 10 watt speakers that are on the back or sides. On the Trilogy and probably many RV bedroom TV’s, the cabinets will not allow the sound to come out. With the bedroom AC on, almost impossible to hear. The “Energy” sound bar is 120 watts, with two built in subwoofers and 3D sound for $130 bucks, well worth the trouble.