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Old 07-26-2009, 12:55 AM   #1
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Has anyone installed a TV in their 2400SCR and have pictures of where and how they mounted it? I'm thinking about a 13" LCD on the door for the rope locker.
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Old 07-27-2009, 12:59 AM   #2
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that's where everyone installs them.....or on a swing arm on the fwd cabinet of the galley...


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I looked at that spot too but talked myself out of it cause I could not lay down and see it with the front seat raised up. I've settled using my 17 inch laptop with a USB tuner for tv. For real sound, I use a cable that I picked up from Radio shack to go from laptop to AUX input on radio.
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I've thought about where to hang a 19" flat panel I have, and considering laying down on the v berth 'sofa,' on the fore wall of the head seems to be like a good spot with the electronics (dvd and tuner) up in the cupboard right above it. Have yet to do it, but it seemed like a good spot.
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Finally got it mounted. I chose the front of the v bunk because chances are I won't be sleeping there
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nice!!...really nice...thanks for posting pic's


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Considering we won't be watching enough tv onboard to get satellite, I got a little HD mountable antenna to use with those new 'digital conversion boxes' that the gov't gave out credit card coupon's for. Took them down with a little tv monitor and tested them all out to see how the reception was down by the water; awesome to be able to watch the Giant's win their first football game of the season in digital tv on the boat with a few cold ones
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that's where everyone installs them.....or on a swing arm on the fwd cabinet of the galley...
That is exactly where I was considering mounting one. Does anyone have any suggestions for a resource (link, etc) or a suggestion for a sturdy model that works well. I've seen a few, but either the arm doesn't swing, or the thing just looks like it's meant for an office and won't withstand the banging of a boat in a marine environment.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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Update/Clarification: I was referring (vaguely) to the mounting bracket. I'm looking to mount a small TV on a mounting bracket with a swing arm. Just forward of my galley is a hanging locker. Forward of the hanging locker is the V berth. I'd like to mount a bracket on the hanging locker bulkhead so the bracket and TV tuck back out of the way. I'd like to be able to swing it out to watch from either the v berth or the settee.

Does anyone have any links or recommendations for a good, sturdy tv bracket (swing arm preferred)?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Check monoprice.com , I bought my flush mount bracket from them.
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