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    Same thing here. Just want to upgrade T.V.
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    you can buy 13-15 inch flat screen tvs at walmart, some are actually desktop monitors but will still play dvd (not sure about over the air TV) for $130-$150. You probably could goto your local best buy and all those places and find them cheap
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    Just looking to replace the stock TV that came with our 00 Krystal 120". It is raining hard outside-I will get the dimensions a little later. 99% of our AP runs are over 1 hour one way. A lot of our clients do use it. And it would make the inside look more up to date.
    That looks just like the inside of my stretch, and I have been thinking of doing the same thing. Should be pretty simple, I was thinking of just buying a regular Flat screen and getting an inverter. Most of the car LCDs are highly overpriced when you compare them to regular LCDs

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    Because i also own a stereo shop, we specialize in audio/video upgrades. I can supply you with just about anything you need. We have all name brands available. Let me know if you are still having trouble finding what you need.

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    I appreciate all the help. I will talk it over with my partner and figure out what we are going to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Class Limos View Post
    you can buy 13-15 inch flat screen tvs at walmart, some are actually desktop monitors but will still play dvd (not sure about over the air TV) for $130-$150. You probably could goto your local best buy and all those places and find them cheap
    That's what I was thinking, but my stereo installation place told me it had to be a TV made for a car. I'm no expert(barely an amateur actually), but it just seems like common sense that a monitor or regular TV would work in a limo with a power inverter. Any audio techie guys out there know for sure?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Levine View Post
    That's what I was thinking, but my stereo installation place told me it had to be a TV made for a car. I'm no expert(barely an amateur actually), but it just seems like common sense that a monitor or regular TV would work in a limo with a power inverter. Any audio techie guys out there know for sure?
    Go with LCD screens though. Plasmas won't stand up to the bumps of the roads and will crack easily...and ruining your event.
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    We ran across a 12 Volt Color TV at Target. It is not a large one, (7 “ ?) however, it is perfect for a small replacement. Also, there is a 12 Volt Digital TV Converter on the Internet for about $45.00.

    This may be a solution; we are going to try one for our van.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLVD Limo View Post
    Go with LCD screens though. Plasmas won't stand up to the bumps of the roads and will crack easily...and ruining your event.
    I'll definately get lCD's. I'd like to get 2 15" or 17" and maybe 2 7". I don't care about TV channels at all, I just want to be able to hook the DVD player up and have the wiring work in the limo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLVD Limo View Post
    Go with LCD screens though. Plasmas won't stand up to the bumps of the roads and will crack easily...and ruining your event.
    Yeah...that was supposed to be "investment" instead of event. That is what you get for talking on the phone while writing a post.
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    Diane Can you give the Internet address? I have been looking for a 12 volt unit and can't find one. Did not want to use an inverter unless I have too.

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    Don't be scared on using power inverters, they are much better than the old days and are not complicated to use at all. I have at least one in every car and I have two in the party bus.

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