Jan 23, 2007

Installing HDTV in your RV

While HDTV is all about sharp video images for home theaters, some buyers find HDTV jargon as distorted and fuzzy as a TV channel picked up by broken rabbit-ear antennas. What exactly is the difference between HDMI and 1080i?

Setting up an HDTV home theater is more than just buying the equipment. You need to know what cables to use, how bright a video projector you RV cabin needs for a decent picture, and how to get the best price.

The Full Time RVer Blog has features an entry on HDTV installation in an RV, where an RV owner shares his own experience with setting up a home theater.

Do you have an HDTV setup in your RV? Do you have any advice for other RV owners? Leave a comment below and share your story.
Trader Online Web Developer


  1. Anonymous10:09 AM

    To have true HD TV in your RV you must not only have an HD/TV but also an HD/Receiver.

  2. Anonymous9:30 AM

    Thanks for the great post, I started my career in nursing after finishing a associate degree in nursing from associate degree nursing schools

  3. Yariv9:06 AM

    Great article the secret for great quality is a great HD Receiver that installed and configured correctly in your RV.
    led tv reviews 2011


To maintain a polite and safe environment we are most likely to remove comments that contain:

- Advertisements or solicitations for products.

- Threats, harassment, obscene language, as well as comments that are degrading to others on the basis of race, ethnicity, and religion.

- Links to off-topic sites that are posted only to solicit traffic.

Comments that are deemed to be inappropriate will be deleted without notification.