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Old 09-30-2010, 02:43 PM   #21
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26" Toshiba Great HD picture
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Old 09-30-2010, 07:17 PM   #22
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Mine came with a 22" Venturer 12v HDTV. The nice thing about that is you can watch surround sound HDTV on 12 volt battery power, when you are dry camping, with no generator. I like having that option on my rig. Randy
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Toshiba 26" and Konka 22" like some previous posters. The Toshiba is a 720p and the Konka claims to be 1080p. Both working very well. The DVD is the one integrated into the Concertone.
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Old 10-01-2010, 08:16 AM   #24
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Ours came with a 42" Jensen and a 19" Jensen. It has a DVD/CD/Radio that failed on the first trip so we are waiting for a replacement. The 19" TV keeps cutting out so that too is to be replaced. I'm not impressed with the electronics that Forest River supplies.
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:03 PM   #25
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my Rockwood-1809 has a 22" Haier LED w/ articulating mount above the fridge. folds flat against the wall when not in use.
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:37 PM   #26
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Bought a 22" VIZIO LED 1080p from Cosco and it works on 120v or 12 volt had to make a 12v power cord bought from Radio shack. This is in my bedroom the main Tv is a Jensen 32" LCD 1080p 120v. Came with trailer
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Old 07-07-2011, 11:50 PM   #27
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onetonford,

Was it difficult to convert the Vizio from 120v to 12v?

I pick up my new TT on Saturday and it doesn't come with a TV.

Thanks in advance!

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Bought a 22" VIZIO LED 1080p from Cosco and it works on 120v or 12 volt had to make a 12v power cord bought from Radio shack. This is in my bedroom the main Tv is a Jensen 32" LCD 1080p 120v. Came with trailer
I have a question about the Vizio TV from Costco (I have one too). Is there a trick to changing channels without using the up or down buttons? At home I can type in the station number (02, 11, etc.) but can't in my trailer. While camping the station numbers are funny (2-01, 13-4, etc) instead of the usual numbers I used at home.

It's a pita to go through one channel at a time especially with 60 available channels.
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Was it difficult to convert the Vizio from 120v to 12v?

I pick up my new TT on Saturday and it doesn't come with a TV.

Thanks in advance!

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Not hard at all Radio Shack has all the parts for making the cord.
I just took the transformer and matched the plug adapters they had for the cord set they sell if it didn't work tyou can take the end back and get another no charge. Also make sure you get the right Vizio model they had two in that size but one is 19 volts not 12 volts. the one that is 19 volts is the one that has internet capability which I didn't need.
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