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Old 08-02-2014, 12:50 PM - Thread Starter
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what's a good HTiB for RV???

I'm desperately looking for a receiver with built-in bluray player system for my parents RV. I will be buying a whole system with speakers, BUT I DON'T NEED THE SPEAKERS....here's my critera in a nutshell....

Built-in Bluray or DVD

Reliable and slim design

inputs for SD direct TV (composite or component will do)

high-level out for passive subwoofer...

maybe an aux in for iphone, etc....

Under $250 total

Any Suggestions??? They are leaving to go on a trip this next Sat!!!!! Help...thanks
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Old 08-02-2014, 01:54 PM - Thread Starter
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Sony BDV-E3100 looks pretty good, and good reviews, but there are priprietary speakers outs...look at the pic below.....could I just cut the connectors off the speakers (since I won't be using the speakers), and splice them onto my existing sp wire???
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In theory, that should work if you match the wires. However, being as the system is to be placed in an RV, that means a lot of motion and if the splice gets wiggled around you may have audio issues depending on how well you splice the wires. It's always best to have an uninterrupted speaker wire if you can.
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I suppose I'll solder them then....thanks....
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