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Review of Furrion RV TV - LED TV with Soundbar - FR58FR

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Furrion RV TV - LED TV with Soundbar - FR58FR Review


Ellen: Hey everybody. I'm Ellen here at etrailer.com and we're going to take a quick look at the Furrion Sense, All-in-One Entertainment System. So this is going to be a TV plus soundbar. So you can have your music, movies and everything going through this one unit, and it really provides those two functions in one. It's a nice sleek design, and it's meant to provide the same sort of quality of audio and visual entertainment that you expect, but with less power output, or less power draw than you typically get from other standard TV.So it's going to have less draw on your battery. You don't have to worry about it taking up too much power, which is always a big concern for our RVs.

Has a lot of different ports, so I'll go over those with you and some of the basics of this TV to make sure it's the right fit for you.The nice thing about it again, is that it does include that sound bar at the bottom. So you can see that kind of a bar, that's going to be the whole speaker there. You'll be able to adjust the volume with this dial on the front. There's also some controls built into that, kind of like a little touch screen down here, and it does come with the universal remote to also operate everything from across the room.So if you don't want to actually have to come up to the unit every time to make those adjustments, you can use this guy and it comes with some batteries, which is always nice. There are also buttons at the very bottom of the screen.

We'll have the input adjustment, a couple of ports, including a HDMI port and a auxiliary jack at the back. We'll have connections for our zone two speakers, two other HDMI ports, the cable connection, and I believe also a USB port.Yeah, there's a USB port back here and there should be another USB underneath, and there is. There's another USB right underneath the edge there. So it gives you a lot of different options for getting everything connected. So if you've got, your DVD player, or Blu Ray player, maybe a gaming console, or something else, you should be able to get all those things connected and utilize this.The plug that this will connect to power is a 12 volt plug.

So this is kind of that cigarette lighter style plug there. So it's a little bit different than what you typically see, but that should be something that you will have access to in your RV. So it's just another way that this is different from your typical TV that you'd get at any other store for your home.As far as the size of the TV, it is measured at 32 inches, that is the diagonal of the screen. Overall measures about 29 inches wide and about 22 inches tall. It does come with the four screws to use this with a VESA, or excuse me, a VESA mounting pattern.

So those will be the screws here that you can see on the back. They're already in the screen, that more as one day that kind of tripped me up taking this out of the box. It says, it's supposed to come with four screws, but I didn't find them, it's because they're already installed in the TV.So you can just thread those out, attach any kind of mount that you would want to, and get that hooked up. Right now, I have this actually just kind of shimmed. So this will not stand on its own, you will need to have some kind of mounting system. It doesn't have a base gen, or anything like that, but since it's going in an RV, you'd want to have this securely mounted to the wall, or to some other type of furniture to make sure that it's not just sliding around, or getting bumped off while you're going over any bumps in the road.That's pretty much all there is to it for our quick look at the Furrion, All-in-One TV system. I hope this has been helpful in deciding if this is the right one for you. We do have a lot more accessories here at etrailer.com for your RVs, so check those out. Thanks for watching..