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i bought a 2021 rv that came with a insignia tv model  ns-43d420na20. it also has a irv63 radio dvd sound bar combo in it.


the irv 63 plays dvdsand is connected to tv with a hdmi cable to the hdmi 1 slot also labeled arc on tv. i know the connection is working since i watched a dvd and the audio came out of the irv63 sound bar and other speakers through the camper. the tvs speakers could either be muted or on it worked either way.


the problem is i cannot get the sound from the other inputs of the tv mainly a chromecast hooked to hdmi3 to play through the irv63 home theatre. it is supposed to work.

none of the settings in the tv's menu options for audio outputs are enabled. they are greyed out.

the tv also has a cec funtion but it doesnt find the irv63 device and in the menu in that catoagory it lists audio devices but it is also greyed out.


the irv63 is a cec device.


i m thinking the tv's menu funtion is some how faulty since for some reason the parental controls option in the menu settings is also greyed out.


i have unplugged and replugged it all in still nothing but i do know that the theatre is working through the hdmi cord since the movie and audio played and i was able to see its menu options on the tv.


so how do i get the tv to let me access all funtions listed in the menu settings?


RV TV Guide: What You Need To Know About Camper TVs

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Whether you are installing a new RV TV in your rig or replacing an old one, you might not be sure what brand is the best.

Jensen 12 volt RV TV

You might be familiar with the two most popular brands of camper televisions that comes factory installed in a motorhome - Jensen and Furion. But are there other brands that will work in your travel trailer, 5th wheel, truck bed camper, van, or toy hauler camper trailer?

Do you need to worry about purchasing a 12-volt TV that is specifically made for RVs, yet costs a lot more than other 12v televisions? Or can you buy any brand?

What's the difference between a normal television and an RV specific 12-volt TV?

This page will teach you all you need to know about TV's in your RV, whether you want to add a new TV or you want to replace one.

Looking for a new RV TV? Want to know what are the best camper TVs? Click the button below to read our reviews.

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Guide To RV TVs

Many people ask, "Can I just get a TV from anywhere to use in my RV?"

The good news is that the quick answer is 'yes'.

The bad news is that you still have to know a few things about the TV and how it can or cannot work in your RV.

There are things to consider such as will you be mostly running it off shore power (120-voly) or off your batteries (12-volt)?

We cover these things and more in this RV TV guide.

Do I Have To Get A TV Specifically Made For An RV?

It's a very good question. Can you use a 'regular' TV in your RV or do you have to get a RV TV brand that is 'made' for RVs?

The answer is an overwhelming 'No, you don't need an RV specific brand TV."

We will dive into this further below.

First, we want to shut down people who feel compelled to comment that 'TVs don't belong in an RV whatsoever'. 

After all, aren't you going camping to get into the great outdoors?

Why would you get to a campground and then simply sit inside watching TV?

Don't be so quick to judge, smarty pants! There are many good reasons to have a TV in your RV if you so desire.

We will even indulge you.

Good Reasons To Have A Television In Your RV

We can certainly name a few.

Just know that most RVs already have a TV installed. If you're that adamant about not having one, uninstall it and move on.

What about rainy days? If you're stuck in a campground with your family with nothing to do, well, a TV can come in very handy for entertaining.

Also, people still like to have their evening entertainment. What's better than snuggling up with your partner in bed and watching a good movie after a long hike?

What about those who live in their RV's full-time? They surely want some entertainment here and there as well.

You can argue it if you want but one thing is for sure, televisions are here to stay in the RV industry.

Heck, some RV entertainment systems are even nicer than the systems in most people's homes!

Can I Just Get A Regular TV Or Does It Need To Be An RV Brand TV?

If you DO choose to have a television or two in your RV, or if you are looking to replace a television, you might have come across this valid point:

"Do I need a TV made specifically for RVs?" It's a great question. 

We have done a lot of research regarding RV TVs and we are going to share our conclusion on the subject regarding if you need to get an RV TV, or if you can simply get a regular 'home brand' television.

RV TVs Versus Regular TVs - What's The Difference?

The biggest RV TV player we have come across is Jensen.

This brand is made by ASA Electronics. They are by far the leading manufacturer of electronics specifically designed for marine and RV applications.

According to Jensen's website, their RV TVs differ from 'regular' television sets in a couple of ways:

1. They say that they build quality by "expertly designing each product from the ground up and validating all designs through extensive testing that is primarily conducted in our own on-site test lab".

2. They claim that their products are "strenuously tested to endure real life conditions such as high vibration, UV exposure, humidity, water spray, and extreme temperature fluctuations commonly encountered in mobile environments."

Jensen 12 volt RV TV

Marshall's Jensen TV That Came With His Trailer

Jensen has a rep (listed only as JensenRVdirect) who has, more than once, replied very professionally in online forums about the ways that they differ from regular 'house' televisions.

Some highlights from his comments are as follows:

  • "One of the first things (we do differently) is the internal chassis, where the wall-mount brackets attach to the TVs substructure. This is significantly strengthened to allow us to make sure that the TV will not break-free of the mount due to a major impact (such as a bad pothole or a bumpy road)."
  • "We test both our TVs and some competitors TVs in a vibration chamber that shakes the TV while mounted in RV fashion. We have seen many 'home' TVs break free during this comparative testing, specifically units that mount only to the plastic housing."
  • "Our TVs are also tested to verify they will hold up to the common temperature & humidity extremes that our RV customers may experience from summer through winter. Specifically, we test our TVs to these conditions: Operating Temperature Range -4°F to 149°F (-20°C to 65°C); Storage Temperature Range -22°F to 158°F (-30°C to 70°C); and a maximum 90% relative humidity."
  • "Robust internal electronics, including conformal coated circuit boards, add to the durability of the product."
  • And finally, "TVs made for 'home' use are fine when used in the climate-controlled, stationary installation of a home's living room. Will they hold up as well while traveling through the various road and weather conditions that many RVs encounter? Possibly."

Huh. Ok... that sounds good and all, but how well do 'home' TVs perform in an RV? Do they really ever break from usage in an RV?

We needed to find the answer to this frequently asked question. And guess what? We found what we were looking for.

Using A 'Regular' TV In An RV

We asked the question, to many of our fellow RVer friends: 'Have you ever used a regular off-the-shelf TV brand in your RV? Something you got from Amazon, Target or Wal-Mart?

Insignia 12 volt TV installation

Yup. A regular TV in Kelly's RV

Most of them answered:


It's true. Many people have used 'regular' TVs in their RV's for years without issue.

Over and over again people have expressed that they have had a regular TV in their RV for 3, 5, even 10 years with no trouble.

Not once have we heard or read a person saying their regular TV 'broke' off of its mount in their RV.

Or that it 'froze' during the winter and didn't work again after that. Or that the internal components got too wet from condensation, killing the TV.

We're not claiming that such scenarios have NEVER happened before, but we haven't found a single case yet.

What About Cold And Condensation Issues?

Now, Jensen does proclaim to use parts that are resistant to corrosion.

The only time you really are going to deal with the possibility of condensation is during temperature changes.

When a cold TV warms up quickly, condensation forms throughout the device.

If you plug it in or turn it on at that time, it could result in short circuits, shock, or have some other type of terminal failure.

If you simply keep this in mind, you never have to worry about that. Simply give it about 24 hours to acclimate.

Now you don't need a special TV with components that are 'more' resistant to corrosion.

Sure, TVs occasionally die, for a variety of reasons.

Had lots of 'regular' TVs (in RVs) died due to things like too much humidity, heat and freezing temperatures, or excessive shaking, you would hear about it through blogs, forums and word of mouth.


Marsha Gledhill

Full-Time RVer for 20 Years

I have been a full-time RVer for the last 20 years. In that time, I have never had a 12-volt "RV brand TV".

I have had the old CRT style TV and I presently have 2 flat screen TVs - a Sanyo and an Insignia. All 3 have worked perfectly for me.

The famous "RV vibration" that occurs during a road trip has never affected any of my TVs. For most of my RV life I have lived in Florida. I worked 40+ hours a week.

I would put my thermostat at 90 degrees when I left and would return after dark. Neither heat or humidity ever affected the TVs.

I have crossed the United States twice with the TVs. I spent September through January in Montana.

There, my water pump and my water lines froze but the TVs were fine.

I've also had my share of rough roads through the years. Never affected the TVs. I've been very happy with my "regular" brand "house" TVs.

Thousands of RVs with regular TVs have been down endless paved and dirt roads.

They have been left out in the Minnesota winter without issue. They have sustained extreme heat and cold.

It is our finding that you do NOT need a special RV TV for your rig. Even Kelly, Co-founder of Camp Addict purchased a 19" Insignia TV and installed it in her rig in April of 2014.

It has worked fine ever since and has been down a ton of washboard dirt roads.

Insignia RV TV Installation

Camp Addict's Kelly, feeling smug after installing the bracket for her new Insignia TV.

We've given you the facts. It's up to you decide for yourself whether you want to go with an RV TV or a regular TV for your RV.

How Cold Is Too Cold, For ANY Camper Television?

Any device can fail in super extreme temperatures.

Think about this point: Manufacturers of regular TVs have "cold storage ratings", and they vary somewhat.

The ranges are usually between -4 to -40 for cold. VIEWING temperatures are usually higher. Jensen claims that they test theirs for viewing from -4 to 149 degrees.

Really? Let's think about this for a second... WHO in their RIGHT MIND is going to be watching TV in a -4 degree room??

You got it. Nobody.

When we watch TV, it is almost always in a very temperate environment... let's say somewhere between 60 degrees and 85 degrees.

That's a perfectly safe range for any TV to be operating in.

As long as you don't get in your RV on a freezing day, pump up the heat then turn your TV on ten minutes later, you should be fine as far as not killing your TV goes.

If you live where the temperatures dip below the cold storage rating of the TV you choose, you can always bring the TV into your home or garage to store. Even the Jensen RV TV is only rated to -40.

If you're still worried about getting a regular TV, keep in mind that many of the display monitors in today’s cars use LCD technology, without issue.

Watching Netfix on Roku

Kelly's Finished Insignia Installation

Aren't cars notorious for reaching extreme temperatures? Those monitors keep plugging away.

What we're still getting at is that you don't really need an 'RV' TV for your rig.

The good news is that you are free to choose whatever brand of TV you would like to have.

12-Volt Television Or 120-Volt Television?

What's the difference between a 12-volt television and a 120-volt television?

12- volt TVs run off of D/C power, which is from your RV's house batteries.

120-volt TVs requires for you to either be running an inverter or to be hooked up to city power or a generator. (Best generator for RV use.)

It mostly depends on how you RV. If you boondock and rely on your batteries and RV solar, a 12v TV is a good choice. If you are ALWAYS at a campground no matter what, then 120v is fine.


It's perfectly ok to use any brand TV in your RV or camper. You only need to know whether you can wire it for 12 volt use, or if you need to use it while using 120-volt power.

Keep in mind that your mount should be VERY sturdy as not all roads are perfectly smooth.

Temperatures should not matter unless you cool down or heat up your RV quickly and turn the TV on before it has caught up with the new temperature.

If you are in the market for a TV, we have reviewed a few below to help you decide what to buy. 

If you have any questions about TVs in your RV that were not answered on this page and haven't been asked below in the comments, feel free to comment below the reviews and ask us. 

We will answer all relevant and reasonable questions that haven't already been asked. Please provide us enough information to give an educated answer, and we will answer if we can.

Authors: Kelly Beasley & Marshall Wendler

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Kelly Beasley

He-llllo. I'm the co-founder of Camp Addict, which my biz partner and I launched in 2017. I frigging love the RVing lifestyle but in December of 2020, I converted to part-time RV life. Heck, I lived in my travel trailer for over 5.5 years, STRICTLY boondocking for pretty much all of it. Boondocking is a GREAT way to live, but it's not easy. Anyway, I'm passionate about animals, can't stand campgrounds, I hardly ever cook, and I love a good dance party. Currently, I can be found plotting and scheming whether or not to start collecting farm animals (or plotting my next RV trip!) at my beautiful new 'ranch' named 'Hotel Kellyfornia', in Southern Arizona.

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Marshall Wendler

Camp Addict co-founder Marshall Wendler brings his technical expertise to help explain RV products in an easy to understand fashion. Full-time RVing from April 2014 - December 2020 (now RVing about 50% of the time), Marshall loves sharing his knowledge of the RV lifestyle. Marshall spends the majority of his RVing life boondocking. He is the part of Camp Addict that knows 'all the things'. He's good at sharing his technical knowledge so you can benefit. 

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Smart TVs connect right to the internet allowing you to stream your favorite shows from a range of apps.

In other words, you’ll be able to watch content from Netflix, HULU, HBO Max, and hundred’s more, without having to connect an external device to your TV. Some models even allow you to play games, check social media, and so on.

Whatever your reason for wanting a Smart TV, special consideration must be taken into account when finding the right model for your RV.

So, let’s look at 10 of the best smart TV models for RV use, break down the two main ways you can set up a smart TV system, and answer some frequently asked questions.

Important Note

Before we jump into the TV comparison and reviews, it’s important to understand that there really are no smart TVs designed for RV use at this time. However, you have two main options:

  1. Use a standard 120-volt Smart TV with a power inverter, which will convert DC 12-volt power to 120 volt
  2. Use a TV designed for RV use and hook-up a Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire to make it “smart”

With option 1, if your RV has a 120-volt outlet within reach of your TV you won’t need an inverter as long as you are using shore power or a portable RV generator. But, they are good to have for other reasons, as well.

Below we reviewed and compared a mix of standard 120-volt Smart TVs and 12-volt TVs designed for RV use that require an external streaming device to make them “smart”. Pick the model that’s right for you!

Comparison Chart

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Best Smart TVs For RV Use

TCL 40S325 40 Inch 1080p Smart LED ROKU TV

TCL 40S325 40 Inch 1080p Smart LED ROKU TV

Even though 1080p panels have fallen out of fashion nowadays (4K has taken over), TCL comes through with a value offering that you can get for a steal. The TCL 40S325 40 Inch 1080p Smart LED ROKU TV works with both Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa allowing you to watch movies and shows without touching a remote.

The TV’s AI voice recognition will encounter a bit of a learning curve before it recognizes your voice 100% of the time, but it’s polished and acceptable as far as 2019 devices go.

You can stream over 5,000 channels and over half a million movies via Roku. Since their names aren’t always simple to pronounce,  if you don’t want to use a remote, you have to be a little patient—especially when pronouncing titles like “Thir13en Ghosts” or “Dumb and Dumberer.”

This TV has excellent color reproduction with HDR10 technology, sharpness, and contrast, along with a 60-hertz refresh rate that will give your movies that smooth, flawless look that panels with a 24-hertz or 30-hertz cap can’t capture.

Additionally, it has 3 HDMI ports to connect it to a laptop, desktop computer, or smartphone. It weighs only 18.7 pounds, so you can easily mount the TV to an RV wall without much issue.

Key Features

  • Wall-mounted
  • 1080p resolution
  • 60hz refresh rate
  • Wi-Fi, USB, and HDMI capable
  • LED technology
  • 1 USB, 3 HDMI inputs
  • Has a headphone jack, RF, optical audio out, and composite


  • Model: 40S325
  • Weight: 18.7 pounds
  • Dimensions: 35.6 x 7.2 x 22.7 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • Affordable
  • Versatile
  • Excellent quality LED panel with HDR 10 technology
  • Lightweight and easy to install and remove
  • Best Value for Money

About TCL

TCL is a Chinese manufacturer that has been making TVs and various appliances for the global market since 1981. You can find their screens in many Samsung, Alcatel, and Blackberry products. In many Asian markets, they’re famous for making quality products at an affordable price.

Insignia NS-32DF310NA19 32-inch Smart HDTV

Insignia NS-32DF310NA19 32-inch Smart HDTV

The Insignia NS-32DF310NA19 32-inch Smart HD TV is for those campers who want to watch something on a screen that’s bigger than their smartphones at a very affordable price. Insignia is not a very well-known brand, but it’s a hungry up-and-comer in the realm of smart TVs. Their budget TVs feature:

  • HD-quality LED screen
  • Ethernet and Wi-Fi capabilities
  • Pandora, Hulu Plus, Netflix, and Amazon Instant Video support

The Insignia HD Smart TV has built-in Alexa voice recognition, so you can stream your content without lifting a finger. As far as smart TVs go, this is one of the most cost-effective ones out there.

It has a multi-core graphics processing unit inside, so you’ll be gliding through the menus of streaming services without the visible lag that you see on many TVs in its price range.

This TV supports over-the-air software updates, so its voice-recognition-recommended shows and display settings will improve to suit your tastes over time. You can use it to wirelessly connect to a CCTV system in your home and check up on things while you’re away.

It has a 60-hertz refresh rate and DTS audio processing, which will provide an immersive experience for everyone you’re watching with you in your RV. However, you always need an internet connection to access its built-in apps.

Notable additional features include a sleep timer, a TV stand, and a downloadable Roku channel (which adds a ton of free content).

Key Features

  • 60-hertz panel
  • 3 HDMI ports
  • DTS TruSurround technology
  • LED technology
  • Remote batteries included in the package


  • Model: 32DF310NA19
  • Weight: 11.20 lbs
  • Dimensions: 8.15 x 28.86 x 19.02 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • Affordable
  • Lightweight
  • Ethernet-capable
  • Supportive of voice recognition
  • 720p display
  • Does not have Apple Music

About Insignia

Insignia is the in-house brand of U.S. retail titan Best Buy. They’re one of the most popular items on Black Friday sales with higher-end 4K HDR screens that are mostly Amazon Fire TVs as well. Unlike other brands where the Amazon Fire branding can command a premium, Insignia carries it at no extra cost to the customer.

TCL 32S327 32-Inch 1080p ROKU Smart LED TV

TCL 32S327 32-Inch 1080p ROKU Smart LED TV

The TCL 32S327 32-Inch 1080p ROKU Smart LED TV is the smaller sibling of the first item on this list, the TCL 40S325 40 Inch 1080p Smart LED ROKU TV. The fact that there are two TCL screens on this list speaks volumes about this brand’s quality and reliability.

Chinese and South-Asian-manufactured screens are no longer exclusively for smartphones, treadmills, and smart washing machine displays in the West.

The TCL 32S327 32-Inch has all the same features as its big brother but at a more affordable price. It’s also more accessible on online marketplaces since the 40-inch model can be hard to find (it sells out fast).

This TV works with Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa, and you can hook it up to the all-new 4th generation Echo Dot to read audiobooks, turn on the radio, or play downloaded music from any corner of your RV.

Like the 40-inch model, this TV also has a 60-hertz refresh rate coupled with a 1080p HDR10-capable resolution, which provides a smooth level of tracking motion as well as punchy colors and highlights.

Because it’s an LED screen, you can expect deep blacks and high contrast ratios on all the shows and movies you can access through its intuitive user interface.

It’s also one of the most lightweight TVs on this list, so if you’re thinking of hooking it up in your bedroom at home after using it in your RV, you can do it without much effort.

Key Features

  • 60-hertz panel
  • 3 HDMI ports
  • Optical component outputs
  • LED technology
  • Google and Amazon Alexa support
  • Native support for Roku


  • Model: 32S327
  • Weight: 9.40 lbs
  • Dimensions: 28.80 x 7.10 x 19.10 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • One of the most capable and affordable 1080p TVs
  • A lightweight unit that’s easily removable from its mount
  • Intuitive and dummy-proof user interface
  • No motion blur in high-octane action scenes
  • Dual-band Wi-Fi for stable streaming speeds
  • Prices may vary depending on which vendor your buy from
  • This model does not come with a wall mount
  • You might need external speakers for better immersion

Insignia NS-24DF310NA21 24-inch Smart HD 720p TV – Fire TV Edition

Insignia NS-24DF310NA21 24-inch Smart HD 720p TV - Fire TV Edition
  • Best Budget 24-inch Screen

Much like the TCL screens on this list, the Insignia NS-24DF310NA21 24-inch Smart HD 720p TV is the second Insignia TV we’ve featured because it’s compact, lightweight, and versatile without costing an arm and a leg.

In general, Insignia TVs have better availability online than their TCL counterparts, and that’s for a good reason. They’re perfect for the budget-conscious RV owner who wants his or her passengers to have a good time while driving down seemingly never-ending stretches of American highways.

This 24-inch product from Insignia might only come with a 720p resolution, but you can access an endless amount of content on it. It has over 500,000 movies available on-demand thanks to its Roku support and a host of integrated apps.

It has native support for Amazon’s Alexa, so you can hook it up to an Echo Dot and use it from any spot in your RV, and sometimes, even from outside while you’re grilling or cleaning.

Like its 32-inch brother that you can find as one of the best value contenders in its segment, it also has a 60-hertz refresh rate that natively smooths out the flow of pictures during chase sequences and when main characters are jumping out of airplanes.

It has DTS audio-processing support for a more immersive viewing experience and 8.5 millisecond response time, which means that you can game on this TV without much of a performance hit than standard computer screens.

Key Features

  • 60-hertz panel
  • 3 HDMI ports
  • 3000:1 contrast ratio
  • LED technology
  • Google and Amazon Alexa support
  • French, Spanish, and English interface languages


  • Model: NS-24DF310NA21
  • Weight: 6.40 lbs
  • Dimensions: 7.10 x 21.70 x 14.40 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • The size of a computer monitor, so you can use it and store it away in a compartment
  • Capability to connect to a laptop, smartphone, and other TVs simultaneously through its 3 HDMI ports
  • Intuitive user interface with multiple language support
  • No motion blur in high-octane action scenes
  • Does not support Apple Music
  • Amazon and HBO are currently at odds with each other, and since this Insignia is an Amazon TV, you might need to wait a while before you can catch up on Game of Thrones while traveling (UPDATE: You can now get HBO MAX again on Amazon Fire TVs)

SuperSonic SC-2411 LED Widescreen HDTV & Monitor 24″ Flat Screen

SuperSonic SC-2411 LED Widescreen HDTV & Monitor 24

While SuperSonic is a name that sounds like it originated from a Chinese manufacturer’s boardroom, it’s a homegrown American brand that’s been making consumer electronics since 1979.

The company has dabbled in MP3 and MP4 players, DVD players, and LCD televisions, but the SuperSonic SC-2411 is one of its finest forays into LED technology.

The SC-2411 has better online and department store availability than the TCL and the Insignia TVs, and it also comes in more sizes. It’s available in 32-inch, 22-inch, 19-inch, 15.6-inch, and 13-inch options for all types of applications.

The TV has LED technology, a built-in AC/DC converter, and is compatible with HDMI, VGA, and USB inputs, making it the champion of versatility for RV TVs.

You can connect it to an antenna and stream network and cable television, hook it up to a laptop and use it as an alternative computer screen, or attach it to a Playstation 2, for example, and play retro games.

This model is one of the few TVs in 2020 that still has a VGA port, meaning that you can use it for old graphics cards, game systems, and motherboards that predate the age of HDMI.

At 6.94 pounds, it’s also one of the lightest 1080p TVs making this flat-screen easy to install in an RV.

Key Features

  • 60-hertz panel
  • VGA-compatibility
  • RCA output
  • Two HDMI inputs
  • LED technology
  • Firestick compatibility, with support for Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and many more


  • Model: SC-2411
  • Weight: 6.94 pounds
  • Dimensions: 23 x 2 x 14.5 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • Lightweight and compatible with a direct current, so you don’t need to buy a power inverter
  • Compatible with even old systems such as CD players and pre-Windows 7 computers
  • Responsive with dynamic audio
  • Operational at a low voltage
  • Usable as a computer monitor or part of a mobile theater system
  • Does not come with a 12-volt power supply
  • Does not come with a DV cable

About Supersonic

Supersonic is an American consumer electronics brand that’s been making portable audio systems, mobile accessories, cameras, and televisions since 1979. The company’s headquarters are in Commerce, California.

Free Signal TV Transit 22″ 12 Volt DC Powered LED Flat Screen HDTV

Free Signal TV Transit 22

Because Southeast Asian companies have taken over the TV market, many people have not heard of Free Signal TV. It’s an American company that is a division of Galaxy Communications, a well-known broadcasting company in Central New York.

Free Signal electronics, like the Transit 22″ 12 Volt DC Powered LED Flat Screen HDTV, are created specifically for the RV owner or always-on traveler who want to watch content without enduring tiny smartphone speaker audio and limited display sizes.

The Free Signal TV Transit 22″ 12 Volt DC Powered LED Flat Screen HDTV is versatile and easy to set up. This brand and model have better audio circuitry that will liven up your RV or camper van with advanced noise reduction, a more dynamic sound response, and better bass.

Unlike most TVs on this list, you can use the Transit with a direct current, so there’s no need for a power inverter, which is $50-$80 saved.

The Transit 22″ HDTV is famous among campers, boaters, and tailgaters for its 60-hertz refresh rates, meaning you’ll see every frame of a knife cutting through fruit and meat if you’re a fan of cooking shows, and bright, high-lumen screens that result in stellar viewing angles.

If you’re going off the grid, you can connect it to a DVD, Blu-Ray, and external hard drives with its multiple HDMI outputs and USB support.

Key Features

  • 60-hertz panel
  • Single HDMI input
  • Noise reduction technology
  • LED technology
  • Compatibility with the Marathon Whole-House TV antenna
  • Usage of direct current
  • Five-millisecond response time


  • Model: TV Transit 22″
  • Weight: 7.24 pounds
  • Dimensions: 20.1 x 3 x 12.1 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • Is lightweight and eliminates the need for a power inverter
  • When attached to a mobile antenna, allows you to watch content even in places where Wi-Fi is not available
  • Has one of the best sound systems of any TV in its price range
  • Consumes less than 39 watts of power
  • Comes with a one-year replacement warranty
  • Only has a 720p resolution
  • Only has 1 HDMI input

About Free Signal

Free Signal is the TV division of Galaxy Communications, LLC, a company that owns many broadcasting stations in Central New York.

Free Signal TVs are compatible with an ecosystem of products that make it easier for travelers to access media from anywhere outdoors, like the long-range Marathon Plus Antenna and the Transit TV AC Power Brick.

Free Signal TV Transit 32″ 12 Volt DC Powered LED Flat Screen HDTV

Free Signal TV Transit 32
  • The Best TV for Constant Travelers

The Free Signal TV Transit 32″ 12 Volt DC Powered LED Flat Screen HDTV is the big brother to the Free Signal Transit 22″, mentioned earlier in this list.

Even at a bigger size, it still has a 720p resolution, but the picture quality is crisp and superb thanks to its LED panel’s superior viewing angles. It has a 178 by 178 viewing angle with a five-millisecond response time, one of the fastest in the HDTV market today.

Much like the 22″ model, the Transit 32″ has excellent audio chops thanks to its sound-dampening technology, eliminating all the noise coming from its inner circuitry. It has a dynamic sound response and a more refined treble, making for a more pleasant and immersive viewing experience.

The TV is compatible with the Free Signal ecosystem of products and other generic TV implements, so you can hook it up to an antenna and enjoy network programming from anywhere in the United States.

All Transit TVs have shock and vibration dampeners, which function like an internal suspension system that makes them more durable than most other TVs, especially for constant travelers. Most TVs have sensitive electrical components that wear out faster when put inside RVs, SUVs, and car headrests.

The Transit’s shock absorbers future-proof them for many years on the road—or at sea because they’re popular among the boating crowd as well.

Key Features

  • 60-hertz panel
  • Availability in four screen sizes: 40-inch, 32-inch, 28-inch, and 22-inch
  • 1366 x 786 resolution
  • Three HDMI inputs
  • LED technology
  • Compatibility with streaming devices like the Roku and Firestick


  • Model: CT-32T18
  • Weight: 11.28 pounds
  • Dimensions: 28.8 x 3.2 x 17.4 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • Among the best sound reproduction quality, even without the support for DTS or Dolby audio processing
  • Low power consumption at 49 watts for the display and 12 watts for the left and right speakers
  • Vibration- and shock-resistance, so it will last longer if your RV has bad suspension
  • Excellent viewing angles, with a high lumen screen
  • A one-year manufacturer warranty
  • At 32 inches, a 1080p resolution is optimal
  • Even though the sound quality is quite good, the TV volume doesn’t get very loud, so you might have to purchase a soundbar

Jensen JTV19DC HD Ready 19″ Inch LED TV

Jensen JTV19DC HD Ready 19

The Jensen JTV19DC is a 19-inch LED TV from an American company, ASA Electronics.

Although it is not very well-known relative to competitors like Samsung or TCL, the company has been making consumer electronics focusing on audio and video equipment since 1977.

The Jensen JTV19DC is much like the Free Signal Transit—it likes to live inside motor homes, campers, trailers, and boats. It has a more rugged chassis than traditional TVs, paired with a clean and modern look that’s going to work well with most RV designs.

The JTV19DC’s inner circuitry is inside an industrial metal cabinet with shock and vibration dampeners, so it will not wear out no matter how many bumps and scrapes your RV encounters.

The TV has a slim profile so that it will fit snuggly even in your camper’s expanding compartments and flanks. It has dual front-firing speakers for an immersive viewing experience as well as front controls that are convenient if you’ve misplaced your remote.

You can pair it up with a Jensen HDMI-equipped DVD player without having to buy an extra remote because the TV comes with a dual-function remote that’s compatible with other Jensen mobile theater components.

Key Features

  • Headphone jack
  • Digital SPDIF output
  • Single HDMI input with ARC support
  • 3000:1 contrast ratio
  • LED technology
  • VGA support for old graphics cards and game systems


  • Model: JTV19DC
  • Weight: 7.08 pounds
  • Dimensions: 14.8 x 14.8 x 4.6 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • 5.0 millisecond response time, which is one of the fastest in its price segment, along with the Free Signal Transit TV
  • Circuit boards that have a conformal coating, shielding it from humidity and fog
  • A reinforced cabinet with shock absorbers, making it ideal for boats and times when you want to go off-road
  • NTSC, PAL, and ATSC display systems
  • Only one HDMI input
  • A limited brightness of only 200 nits, which limits its viewing angles outdoors

About Jensen

Jensen is a brand of ASA Electronics, an American company founded in Elkhart, Indiana, in 1977. They made their first television in 1986.

SuperSonic SC-2412 LED Widescreen

SuperSonic SC-2412 LED Widescreen w/DVD Player
  • Best Budget 24-inch Screen

At first glance, the SuperSonic SC-2412 LED Widescreen might seem identical to an earlier model in this list, the SuperSonic SC-2411, but they have some key differences.

Their display qualities are both superb, offering a crisp 1080p picture that’s rivaled by only a few competitors in their price segment, and they’re both HDMI, USB, and AC compatible so you can watch a broad range of offline content.

However, the SC-2412 has a built-in DVD player, a feature you can find in only a handful of RV TVs.

The SuperSonic SC-2412 is for the camper who wants to live off the grid for extended periods because you won’t need an internet connection, a Netflix subscription, or even downloaded video files on your smartphone to fully utilize it.

All you need are DVDs that sell at greatly marked-down prices on Craigslist, eBay, or the clearance bin at Wal-Mart, and you can keep yourself entertained for a long time.

Key Features

  • Built-in DVD player
  • Single HDMI input
  • Sleep timer function
  • Full-function remote control
  • AC/DC compatibility
  • Built-in speakers with digital noise reduction


  • Model: JTV19DC
  • Weight: 7.92lbs
  • Dimensions: 22.32 x 6.69 x 14.84 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • The built-in DVD player is a novel feature that makes this TV uniquely optimal for offline use
  • The digital noise reduction makes for a clean and immersive viewing experience
  • The unit is compatible with HDMI, VGA, PC audio, USB, and RF
  • This model can double as a PC monitor and plug into retro game consoles
  • Has only one HDMI input
  • Can be a little slow to respond to user commands
  • Has limited viewing angles

PYLE 10-Inch Portable Widescreen TV

PYLE 10-Inch Portable Widescreen TV

The Pyle 10-Inch Portable Widescreen TV is one of the most versatile products on this list. It comes armed with a 10-inch screen that features a 16:9 aspect ratio, high-resolution display, and left and right speakers that output sound from the bottom of the TV. You can put it on headrests, cabinet doors, and virtually any flat surface that you’ll be staring at for a long time.

This mini-TV reads flash drives and micro SD cards, with support for WMA and MP3 audio files, along with JPEG and PNG files so that you can use it as an electronic picture frame. It also features broad support for a host of video formats like MPEG, MP4, MKV, and AVI, so video playability is never a problem.

Key Features

  • DC/AC adapter in the box
  • Micro SD card support up to 32 gigabytes
  • One AV input and USB port
  • One memory card slot
  • 12V DC power input
  • Built-in speakers with noise reduction
  • Built-in rechargeable 2500 mAh battery


  • Model: PLTV1053
  • Weight: 1.28 pounds
  • Dimensions: 1.23 x 10.24 x 7.37 inches
  • Colors: Black
  • The user interface is easy to learn
  • The unit has 3.5mm headphone jack support for private viewing and listening
  • You can use this TV in any car, truck, boat, and any area of your home where you want a small screen
  • A TV antenna comes with it
  • Has a 10.1 LCD-TFT screen, which limits viewing angles
  • Doesn’t support x265-encoded videos

About Pyle

Pyle is a US maker of consumer electronics that focuses on audio and video equipment for vehicles. Since the late 1960s, Pyle has offered products for boats, home studios, and DJs.


What Kind Of TV Is Best For An RV?

Although there is no particular market segment for RV TVs, companies like Free Signal and ASA Electronics make their TVs with shock absorbers and a reinforced chassis, making them a great buy from a durability standpoint.

However, those models can lack certain features you might want in a TV.

Any TV that made our top 10 list will make for a great RV TV. Pick the one that best fits your needs and give it a go. If durability is your biggest concern, but you want the features of a standard 120 volt TV made for home use, be sure to mount the TV with a durable wall-mount specifically made for RV use that locks in place.

You may want to consider removing the TV from its mount and safely storing it during travel to further extend its life.

Do Special TVs Exist For RVs?

Special televisions for RVs are just regular displays with a few added features for durability and compatibility. They’re generally small, no more than 32 inches in size, and can handle the roughness of the open road. You’ll need to use a power inverter for most TVs to work in an RV, but some 12-volt TVs have them built-in.

Can You Use A Smart TV In An RV?

Yes, you can use a Smart TV in an RV. But, to access any of the apps you will need a stable internet connection. You can also attach a Firestick, Chromecast, or a Roku to a standard TV with an HDMI port to make it “smart”.

Can You Watch TV While An RV Is Moving?

You can technically watch TV while an RV is moving, but there are a few considerations to take into account.

The first is your power-supply. If your TV relies on 120-volts from shore power you might not be able to. If you have a 12-volt TV or a generator that can run while driving to power a 120-volt TV, then you can technically watch TV while moving.

Keep in mind, over-the-air RV TV antennas might not work well in moving vehicles as they need to be pointed in a certain direction. If you have satellite TV in your RV, you’ll need an in-motion model to keep the picture quality high while moving. If you have a smart TV with a stable internet connection, you should have no problems watching TV while traveling. is reader-supported. Buying through links on our site may earn us an affiliate commission. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

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