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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #120 on: June 09, 2011, 11:34:23 AM »
John needs pictures....BIG PICTURES!!!   ;D
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #121 on: June 12, 2011, 11:26:58 PM »
Sorry for the slow reply.  I did not realize there would be such interest in this project. 

I would like to add more more thing.  The opening for my TV is 26".  I bought an arm that said on the box would extend 15".  I thought this was going to be enough to center my TV with room to spare.  That 15" is if you extend it from a back wall and not a side wall.  I am about 1.5" short of being centered.  I was too far along in the mounting process to bring it back for another one.  I am comfortable with this. 

Here are the requested pics.  I don't take any pics before the TV was removed.  The short cable in the after pics are for tethering my cell.  The long one is the receiver for my wireless keyboard and mouse.  I usually sit on my couch while on the internet. 
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #122 on: June 13, 2011, 08:07:39 AM »
Thanks for the pictures Bob!
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #123 on: June 20, 2011, 08:11:15 AM »
We have installed the bedroom TV in our 1997 Winnebago Adventurer (WCG34WA).  This one was pretty easily done.  There was no TV to removed so it was a matter of reinforcing the existing stud between the closet wall and the TV cabinet.   We purchased a 1 x 4 x 8 of vinyl board and cut 2 pieces from it to "sandwich" together, one inside the TV cabinet and one inside the closet.    We mounted the wall bracket (Video Secure  model #ML520B) with lag bolts and screws to this brace.  attached the mounting bracket to the rear of the TV moved into place.  We left the slide out from the original TV as it acts as a brace to hold the set from moving (just adjusted the til of the tv on the bracket.

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #124 on: June 20, 2011, 08:44:08 AM »
Good job - thanks for the report!!
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #125 on: June 20, 2011, 03:18:46 PM »
I will post pics when we get the front 32" in installed.  Going to work on that Wednesday/Thursday after Hubby gets home, should be finished by the weekend.
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #126 on: June 22, 2011, 03:52:55 PM »
The first job on our "new to us" Minnie Winnie 31C was to replace the TV.  Ours has the entertainment console over the cab with the TV mounted in the right side angled toward the sofa.

Removal:  I pried off the trim border from the TV opening, then pushed back the two thin, plywood "finishers" that go up each side of the TV.  Once pushed back, I was able to pry them out.  The finishers and trim are held by thin pins.  I also had to pry out the side finish panels from the DVD player space below the TV.

I now had access to the two bolts in the "hold down" strap - removed them and wrestled the old (26") TV out of its hole - man, is that heavy!

We purchased a 26" Vizio LCD to replace the CRT.  Obviously it is significantly thinner, and lighter(!) but would fit inside the opening.  I purchased two very heavy "L" brackets, a sheet of 3/4 finish plywood and a simple flat screen mounting kit that was basically four buttons and four slide-in holders (Sams Club).  I welded two 1/4-20 nuts to the back of the vertical arms of the "L" brackets, then fastened them to the original baseboard using three lag screws each.  The plywood was cut to fit the opening, stained to match the trim work and drilled for the 1/4-20 screws.  The mounting "slots" were mounted to the plywood and a rectangular hole cut to pass the cabling through.

Prior to mounting the backboard in the opening, I replaced all the side "finishers" such that the opening now resembled a shallow box.  Once the "buttons" were screwed to the rear of the TV, it was a simple exercise to pass the cables through to the TV, then "hook" the TV into the "slots". The trim piece around the original opening was replaced and the job was done!

Looks good, works great and I saved about 50lb of high mounted weight!  The coach rattles less and is probably good for at least 5mpg better gas mileage!  ;D
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #127 on: June 22, 2011, 10:04:47 PM »
We need pictures!  Congrats on the improvement!
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #128 on: July 17, 2011, 01:50:17 PM »
Here's a link to my posting over on irv2.com detailing my replacement of my tube Sony with a new VIZIO M320VT LED LCD HDTV:  Front LCD TV install in 2005 Vectra (Long)
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #129 on: July 17, 2011, 05:09:02 PM »
Most excellent job Chris!!
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #130 on: August 13, 2011, 10:33:38 AM »
We replaced the 32 inch Sony in our 07 Winnebago Adventurer 38-J with a 32 inch Visio LCD VA220E HDTV. The tv is located in the entertainment center behind the passenger seat. The removal was very easy and took about 30 minutes. The installation was just as easy using a articulated wall mount. Installation took about 1 1/2 hours due to having to position the wall mount in the proper position. I used a 3 inch piece of poplar stained to match the entertainment system to fill the gap on the bottom.

I also ended up replacing the Memorex surround sound system with a RCA system ($150). With the exception of the subwoofer, I used the existing speakers.
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #131 on: August 13, 2011, 11:01:50 AM »
We replaced the 32 inch Sony in our 07 Winnebago Adventurer 38-J with a 32 inch Visio LCD VA220E HDTV. The tv is located in the entertainment center behind the passenger seat. The removal was very easy and took about 30 minutes. The installation was just as easy using a articulated wall mount. Installation took about 1 1/2 hours due to having to position the wall mount in the proper position. I used a 3 inch piece of poplar stained to match the entertainment system to fill the gap on the bottom.

I also ended up replacing the Memorex surround sound system with a RCA system ($150). With the exception of the subwoofer, I used the existing speakers.

Pictures, by chance?

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #132 on: August 13, 2011, 11:09:27 AM »
Pictures, we need pictures! :D
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #133 on: September 04, 2011, 12:32:40 AM »
I'm in the process of replacing our CRT in our 2005 Sightseer 29R.  Last winter we noticed that our CRT TV had a green tint.  This summer while camping our CRT TV went pop and the picture disappeared.  I am 90 percent complete with installing a new 32 Samsung LED TV and a Panasonic Sound Bar.  I'm putting finish on our new woodwork and waiting for the delivery of a cable that I bought on EBay that will connect our dash radio to our new sound bar.   I'm turning the space occupied by our old CRT TV into storage space.  The new LED TV will pivot to allow access.  I plan to publish more info and pictures when complete.

Before starting the TV replacement project I spent a day upgrading the TV antenna wiring on our Sightseer.  We have DirecTV and a Winegard CarryOut Antenna.   Our satellite receiver needs two inputs to watch TV and to record.  In the past I used the satellite input and the cable input to feed two inputs into our satellite box.  But if we wanted to connect to the cable output in an RV park then I would bypass  the satellite receiver box by removing a wire and feeding the input directly into our TV switch box.  To fix this I ran another TV antenna wire and added a new satellite input connection to the RV.  Now I can connect to our DirecTV antenna and at the same time I can connect to an RV park cable outlet and just punch a button on our TV switch box.
 
Without the added wiring we could only watch the same program on all TVs when viewing DirecTV.  Now we can watch satellite on one TV, cable on another, and over the air broadcasts on a third as I finally installed a digital converter.

While checking our TV antenna wiring I could not find the lead going to our outside TV.   We've never used the outside TV outlet but I plan to take our kitchen TV when we head south this winter and use it at our outside TV station.   To find which wire went to which TV I connected a nine volt battery to a piece of antenna wire and I added a connector to the opposite end.  I was able to connect the battery to either end of an antenna wire and use a voltage meter to find the hot wire.  This way I was able to label each wire.   I wasn't able to find the inside end of the outside TV outlet so I ran a new antenna wire to the outside TV outlet.   Now all TV outlets work.

Here is a link to some pictures of a work in progress.  I'll add pictures when I finish.

http://s1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd417/JamesDAllen/Sightseer%2029R%20TV%20Replacement/

I will probably complete our project on Tuesday. 

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #134 on: September 04, 2011, 07:37:07 AM »
Good job JD!

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #135 on: September 06, 2011, 08:26:13 PM »
I'm mostly finished.  I have to return a 3' optical cable for a 4' optical cable and tie up the cable.  I also need to pick up my tools and clean the MH.

Here are pictures.

http://s1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd417/JamesDAllen/Sightseer%2029R%20TV%20Replacement/

Safe Travels.

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« Reply #136 on: September 07, 2011, 07:30:29 AM »
That looks very nice!  I like the sound bar above the TV.
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #137 on: September 21, 2011, 10:25:05 AM »
Well all you guys have finally inspired me to switch out the old Sony 27" monster in my 05 Vectra 40FD.  The project has just started I removed the old TV and have measured the opening and purchased a new JVC LT-32DM22 with a DVD.   Getting ready to start reinforcing the bottom for the mount I opted for.  A Mor/Ryde TV Mount TV-40-001H-S.  I am considering removing the old DVD/VCR combo as old technology and just going with the DVD included in the new set.  The JVC has variable Audio output and works great with the current Winny Speaker system.  I tried it out yesterday as a trial run and everything worked great just plugged in the RCA jacks as they were before.  I will keep you updated and send pics as the project is completed.
Wish me luck.
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #138 on: September 21, 2011, 12:21:45 PM »
You're lucky the JVC has variable audio out - that seems to be a rare feature.  We replaced the DVD/VCR also - those are yesterday's news.

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #139 on: September 24, 2011, 11:10:42 PM »
Hi Ho:  Wow, lots of people have taken the leap.  I figure after 11 years it's about time.   As soon as the warranty expired on our 2000 Itasca Suncruiser I chucked the entire (enhanced) audio system and installed a 5.1 with good subwoofer.  It has worked well for over 10 years now, but was, of course, not HD.   The trick to getting home theater audio was to use a home audio receiver.  This makes the entire WI audio system a thing of the past, but has given us very good service.

The downside is the $250 for the receiver and the power to run the thing.  I used a receiver with built-in DVD player so that helped fit everything in.

The new concept is to buy another $250 receiver with HDMI a 32-inch HD TV (Vizio) and a Dish DVR and Blu Ray DVD player to replace what is now there.  I don't know why home theater receivers with built-in Blu Ray players are not more plentiful.  Has anyone found a good one?
something like a Sony STR-DH810 or even STR-DH510 with a BDP-S370 Blu Ray is the best I can find.  Any better ideas?

I am installing a Winegard MiniMax on the roof.  I actually noticed today that we don't meet the set-back from objects.  There is an FM antenna about two feet in front and a Citizens Band antenna about 4 feet away.  Has anyone had problems with installed antennas?  We have not had any that I know about the the currect tracking antenna, but the dish is a little bigger than the Winegard.  They specify a 35-inch set-back for a 15-inch high obstacle.   This is certainly more pessimistic than the pattern at our longitude would suggest.  Maybe it is meant for folks in Canada or Alaska.   Or maybe they figure one needs Fresnel Zone clearance.  Or maybe antennas don't block the signal significantly?  Any ideas?

I think I will use the idea of a horizontal bottom support with a side mount so access to the space behind the 1.5 inch thick is available for storage.  I like the recent post that made that suggestion.   Is that enough restraint for the 32-inch Vizio?

Thanks for your ideas.  What a super group.

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #140 on: September 25, 2011, 07:58:11 AM »
Here's a Sony with Blu-Ray - $370 at Amazon, a little over your budget but purchasing it would greatly assist the country's economic recovery.

Show us some pictures of your proposed area in question and maybe we can help you with planning.

I wouldn't worry too much about clearances for receiving antennas unless it is a dish that relies on line-of-sight.  Heck - you're the engineer :P .
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« Reply #141 on: September 26, 2011, 10:25:05 AM »
Hi Ho:  Thanks again, John.  I did see the Sony that you suggest.  It includes a set of speakers that I don't need, so I didn't really look at it.  The receiver doesn't seem to be a receiver, but a Blu Ray with amplifiers.  We don't use the radio in the coach but rather the one in the receiver, so I think I will keep that approach.  Also, the depth of the cabinets is less than 15 inches so in order to make connections of the back of the receiver it must be less deep than that (say about 14 inches).   All of the Sony receivers are less than 14 inches.

As far as the antennas are concerned I will just mount the dish as far back as I can and let it go at that.  Receive antennas are as important as transmit antennas for satellite links.  Antennas are reciprocal which means that the transmit and receive performance is the same.  There is typically only about 2 dB of link margin for TVRO.  That seems incredibly small, but link margin is expensive.   There isn't much one can do to improve the receive performance except to use a preamp (LNB) with a lower noise figure (or noise temperature) or get a bigger antenna, so obstructions of any kind can be a link margin killer.  We have all had the TV quit when there is just a little snow of frost on the radome.   Attenuation from rain is also significant at C-Band to say nothing of the Ka-band that Direct TV uses for HD.  One thing about obstructions from verticle antennas is that it will only be a problem (if at all) when the dish is pointed in one direction.

Back up on the roof today to finish dish installation.

By the way, as I was getting my medical review for my pilot's license last week the doc said that older folks (like me) are more likely to die from accident because of breaking a hip than any other cause.  Be careful on roofs!

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #142 on: September 26, 2011, 02:00:56 PM »
... I did see the Sony that you suggest.  It includes a set of speakers that I don't need, so I didn't really look at it.

Hi Dirk - that was just a quick suggestion, there are doubtless many others out there in the market.  I have lots of speakers lying around that have been removed from service, so unused stuff gets squirreled away.

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Speaking of squirreled away, I'm doing some storage building cleaning (on the property) and I came across my student pilot license and medical certificate from 25 years ago.  I had to jump through hoops to get my medical due to some long past arrhythmia issues.  I quit flying at 40 hours when we moved to Florida from Dallas :-\  Father-in-law put his logbook away at 4,100 hours.  He was a CFII, multi-engine, and medical flight examiner.

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #143 on: September 28, 2011, 11:54:09 AM »
Hi Ho John:  I like to keep stuff for eventual use, but my wife is an "antihorder" so that get mitigated.   I can really relate to the "jumping through hoops".   About 9 years ago I had an MI, so each year I get to do the "hoop jumping".   Just finished with the cardiologist and my internest.  I have probably had more echocardiograms (each year) than anyone I know.  Tomorrow I get to see the medical flight examiner one again.

he problem is that we spend so much time in the motorhome that I don't get as much time flying as I used to.  I know, that's a tough problem.  :) :)  Thanks again for your continued involvement in the Rvforum.  You contribute a great deal.

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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #144 on: October 04, 2011, 07:24:46 AM »
I have a Sunrise 32V. We do not like looking up at an angle to watch TV.  The easy chair that normally sits behind the passenger seat was not there when we purchased the unit so Cleo the dog sleeps there. I'm taking about 8 inches of the floor space and installing a flat screen with a lift. Using a lift as I will be blocking a window when watching TV. Will make a cabinet to match current wood work which will hide TV and lift when not in use. This is a work in progress and will post some pictures when it's done. The existing TV location will be modified into a storage cabinet for DVD and what ever.  Rear TV has been removed and space turned into a towel storage cabinet.  Purchased a 32 inch Samsung LED/LCD from Costco for $376 CND and have been using it a little in the house to break it in prior to install in MH. :)
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #145 on: October 04, 2011, 08:08:20 AM »
... Purchased a 32 inch Samsung LED/LCD from Costco for $376 CND and have been using it a little in the house to break it in prior to install in MH....

Breaking it in first in the house is a very good idea.  Good luck and take lots of pictures for us!!
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #146 on: October 06, 2011, 12:58:52 PM »
My turn in the barrel....

Getting close to being done. I did things a little different. First the background; '04 Adventurer, 26" Sony CRT over the dash, replaced with 32" Panasonic.

What I did differently is to totally remove the face frame, the plastic shroud underneath, and the metal frame that held the original TV. Biggest surprise to me was how much the metal piece I took out weighed; 40 pounds! That and a 77 pound TV means I'll loose almost 100 pounds with the new setup. I modeled the setup after what is done in the Sightseers with front flat TVs.

After I had it all removed, I just installed a piece of wood just behind the cabinet faces on the sides, made a hole in it access the connections. Only comes down as far headliner on the bottom. Carpeted the new panel with cheap black automotive style carpet. Simple non-adjustable mount for the TV bolted to the new panel.

The new TV only hangs a few inches below the cabinets on either side. I need to make a new headliner still, to cover where I removed the plastic shroud, but some luan and some cheap tan vinyl will take care of that. I will be adding some powered visors at the same time, no old holes from that swap is a bonus.  Some damage from the old face rubbing on the "wood" of the side cabinets to deal with sometime, but that is mostly cosmetic.

Sorry no pics yet, just hung the TV in place last night. Be on vacation in a week, get some pictures then.
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #147 on: October 06, 2011, 02:04:59 PM »
Well the old Sony is gone and the new 32" JVC is installed.  Lot's more room in the upper cabinet too, as the old DVD/VCR is history.   :)
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #148 on: October 06, 2011, 05:25:44 PM »
Nice job!!
I like your mount - what kind is it?
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Re: Survey of CRT TV to LCD replacements
« Reply #149 on: October 07, 2011, 09:57:50 AM »
 A Mor/Ryde TV Mount TV-40-001H-S.  I got it from Tweety's RV on the net.  Good price, works great.  Haven't traveled with it yet but it does lock in place and looks like it will keep everything where it belongs.
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