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Old 08-17-2016, 12:16 PM   #1
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22RR Toyhauler Audio/Visual questions

So I just hooked up a 24" TV inside using the A/V cables (yellow/red/white) and put a DVD in the factory installed player. It worked fine happy to say. My questions are:

1. Outside there is an antenna jack and only one other jack that appears to be a yellow video jack. Does this mean I can't use my outside speakers? Why would Forest River not have all three A/V jacks? Am I missing something.

2. The bedroom only has an antenna jack so I can't even use the DVD player in there?

Anyone have this set up in there's and how do you make stuff work?
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To be clear. The 3 A/V jacks are installed in the common area inside but that's the only place to my knowledge. And they work.
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Old 08-17-2016, 12:21 PM   #3
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On your DVD/stereo you have selection for speakers a and b. A is for inside and b is for outside. When you play DVD outside or radio outside select b setting.
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You will not be able to use DVD in bedroom the way it is set up. You would need to run the AV cords back there.
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You will not be able to use DVD in bedroom the way it is set up. You would need to run the AV cords back there.
Thanks! Yeah I figured as much for the bedroom. Outside there appears to be a yellow video jack but no red and white audio jacks. So, the trailer speakers will not work outside.
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There is a switch on your player as said above if you switch to b the speakers outside will do DVD an radio.
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22RR Toyhauler Audio/Visual questions

The yellow Jack will be for your video from DVD. The DVD is already hard wired from DVD to outdoor speakers. Yes your regular antenna tv will not broadcast over outdoor speakers. Just your DVD and radio.
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The switch also does provide sound to your outdoor speakers when you have antenna TV on out there. Used mine a few times to watch the hockey and basketball playoff games out there.

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