motorhome tv

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  1. skyrider

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    Hi guys we had a few days in the isle of man last week in the van and we tried to use the tv that came with the van when we bought it. its an old analogue thing that needs a digi box and wires all over the place and with motorhome space at a premium its no good. so what is a good reasonably priced digi tv do you recon thanks skys :Eeek:
     
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    Depends how much you wish to pay. I use an Avtex (with Avtex powered aerial). Runs 240v or 12v. Bit pricey but pretty good gear.
     
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    re motorhome tv

    yes thanks for that will have to do a bit of looking around for a tv but we do have an avtex aerial probably the same as yours that powers up when you plug it in thanks skys:thumb:
     
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    I have a Cello 22"/ 12v/ dvd / freeview, new in January and only used a few times.
    I had to have a smaller one now :Eeek:
    offers?
     
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    We have two flat panel TV's in the van. A 19" Avtex (£300+) and a 15" LCD TV from Makro (£99), which the boys watch whilst were travelling.

    Both are 12V, with Freeview, built DVD player, and both support USB files, etc......

    The Avtex is full HD (super picture using our cigarette packet size HD sat receiver), the little TV is HD ready, both however have a great picture, but the Avtex is a better product.

    You pay your money and make your choice.

    There are also some very good very slim LED TV's out now, also with built in DVD etc.
    Just search previous threads on here for more info.:thumb:
     
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    thanks but a22" would be too big for us the one we hav now is a15" and just fits nicely in the space thanks anyway :active:
     
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    Hi We have Digital Meos, DVD , Runs on mains or 12 volt good picture etc. Pete
     
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    Got a Cello 19" freeview 9 months ago, fault soon after purchase but fixed very quickly. Very pleased - would recommend.
     
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    Hi I was in Asda yesterday and they have a Polaroid 19 " tv/dvd/freeview that is 12v for £119 /120
    small size and very nice pic-also see att
    terry
     

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    :thanks:It could be worth a trip to asda then to have a look we will nip up later thanks
     
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    Have a look at Kogan, good prices, just bought a 19" and a 16", approx £180 for the pair.
     
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