19" TV/DVD

Published date: April 10, 2013
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

This is where we installed our 19" flatscreen TV/DVD player in our 2000-X.
- The unit secures flat against the cabin for travel, and can swing out to amdiships for better viewing.
- It runs off shorepower, or just fine off our 350 watt inverter. (square wave)
- The audio runs off our FM-Transmitter dongle, so sound comes through our stereo system. (also hardwired sound to stereo aux/in)
- We installed a SS grab-bar on the forward side of the head door to keep the unit safe.
- 2 antennas. One outdoor unit that goes up the mast track, and one indoor digital passive (square white piece in photo).
Darry
"Sail Safe, and Leave Only Wake"

Published by: Wind Chime


Model Year: 2000

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