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post #41 of 46 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 20:19
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Bracket arrived this morning, fitted tonight and the TV is set up on it.

That means I'll need to put a 12V power point beside it, and another 240V socket, gives me both power options.

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If anyone is still watching this thread, I just bought from RoadPro an InovTech DVD TV which was not only cheap it was also HD and gave really good viewing angles and sound/picture quality. I was too late for this OP but perhaps someone else may benefit.
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I bought a LOGIK from Currys, 240v/12v, so i can use it in the m/h or the house, brilliant picture and sound, built in DVD player all for £119. 19" screen as well. Perfect.
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We've always had avtex and cannot fault. Just like frenchfancy, when we aren't using our mh we have the tv set up in the kitchen.



https://www.capitaloutdoors.co.uk/co...2v-televisions

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I am with Grouch on the Meos and we do digital . had a nightmare with both so never again .
Not had Avtex but a friend of mine has and he seems happy with it.
A bit too pricey for me as do not watch much in the van except when it is raining.
No aerial on this one so DVDs only ( comedy DVDs only when in van ) We also bought a Cello 19" and am very happy with it
Sound fine, could be better but as you would expect from tiny speakers.
Picture ok and viewing angles work for us . Good functions and all works as it should..
This is our 2nd one as let last one go with last van. We had got that one after the Meosgate saga .
We had status flying saucer on first van and it worked fine with the cello so can only imagine a satellite version will work but had no experience of this version
I can recommend these for service https://www.acdctv.co.uk/ bought twice from them and one would not fit so allowed me to exchange no problems .

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Crikey, this is an old thread.

On our second Avtex over 10 years. Good product, had a small issue with the power cord on the first one and it was replaced next day. As mentioned, sound is not great in such a thin device, we use some Logitech PC speakers which sit under the screen in the TV cupboard which makes quite a difference. See that Avtex now sell a soundbar which would be ideal although a bit pricey.

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