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I have hull number 262 and the Furrion DV3200 receiver radio and Furrion FEHD19S0 A TV.  The DV3200 has an output HDMI on the rear that connects to the 1, HDMI input on the TV.  This setup processes the DVD digital audio signal through the Furion and speakers and digital video to the TV.  Problem is there is no second HDMI input for a streaming device on the receiver.  I have read where some have been able to configure to stream but I am wondering if those have different components then mine.  For example the Furrion DV1230 has an HDMI input on the front and an HDMI output on the back so as long as this unit allows you to switch from DVD input to front HDMI input, it should work for connecting a device like an Apple TV.  But while a call to Furrion was helpful, it was not conclusive.  I plan to get StarLink for Internet but i am first trying to solve the streaming problem.  Note:  there are RCA jacks coming from the TV to the cabinet above but that is analog like for a VCR and not digital.  Has anyone had success here?  If so please list your model number equipment.  Thanks in advance.  

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We have the same Furrion components and they exasperate me. Fortunately, we rarely watch TV, which, unfortunately, is why I haven't learned how to use the 🤬 components - four years later.

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8 hours ago, ShallowGal said:

We have the same Furrion components and they exasperate me. Fortunately, we rarely watch TV, which, unfortunately, is why I haven't learned how to use the 🤬 components - four years later.

Same here.  We haven’t used our TV in years.  I’ve thought about removing it.  The Furrion in our early trailers is not quite up to date with multiple HDMI ports.  I’m sure someone has this figured out.  Mike

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1 hour ago, Mike and Carol said:

We haven’t used our TV in years.  I’ve thought about removing it.

If OTT won't let up drop if off the build, the first thing I am going to do is to take it out and give it away. 

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On 8/25/2022 at 9:09 AM, Going said:

I have hull number 262 and the Furrion DV3200 receiver radio and Furrion FEHD19S0 A TV.  The DV3200 has an output HDMI on the rear that connects to the 1, HDMI input on the TV.  This setup processes the DVD digital audio signal through the Furion and speakers and digital video to the TV.  Problem is there is no second HDMI input for a streaming device on the receiver.  I have read where some have been able to configure to stream but I am wondering if those have different components then mine.  For example the Furrion DV1230 has an HDMI input on the front and an HDMI output on the back so as long as this unit allows you to switch from DVD input to front HDMI input, it should work for connecting a device like an Apple TV.  But while a call to Furrion was helpful, it was not conclusive.  I plan to get StarLink for Internet but i am first trying to solve the streaming problem.  Note:  there are RCA jacks coming from the TV to the cabinet above but that is analog like for a VCR and not digital.  Has anyone had success here?  If so please list your model number equipment.  Thanks in advance.  

We explore surrounding areas during the day when camping and watch TV before going to bed. I tried connecting Roku to the Furrion unit's HDMI connection on the front of the unit and it would not work. I will check the operators manual, but believe Furrion's HDMI may be an output. The HDMI on the back of the Jensen TV is an input receiving signal from the Furrion unit how our LE2 #75 was set up from Oliver. Have not tried this but the HDMI input on the back of the Jensen TV should work with a device like Roku with correct TV setting, should be HDMI.

 

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2 hours ago, Kirk Peterson said:

If OTT won't let up drop if off the build, the first thing I am going to do is to take it out and give it away. 

Kirk

Early hulls had it hard mounted at the back corner of the curb side bed (with no flip up mount).I cracked my skull on it a couple of times making the bed, and removed the entire TV and mount the day I got home. I did not give it away, it is wrapped and stored away because I thought some future owner might like to put it back. After seven years the TV is so far out of date, I guess that is now wishful thinking, I should just toss it. Anyone want a free old unused TV and mount? It's in perfect condition except for a blood stain and some of my scalp on one corner 😉

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