Whats the difference between household and caravan 12V TVs?
While there are many TVs on the market that can operate on 12V using dc power adaptors, they are not all suited to life on the road.
One of the major differences between televisions designed for caravans and RVs is their ability to withstand the bumps and vibration caused during travel. Unlike household TVs that are designed to sit in one place without moving, caravan TVs need to be built tough to last in Australian RV conditions.
As well as being tough, there are many other features included that are important when travelling with a TV. When you are constantly on the move, a quick-tune function is a huge timesaver. This allows you to re-tune and find available channels with the click of a button.
For the times when you are out of reception a TV with dvd, usb and HDMI inputs means you will never be without entertainment. Some of the latest 12 volt LED TVs also include low voltage warnings and bluetooth compatibility.
We offer 12v LED TVs from two of the Australias largest caravan accessory wholesalers - Camec and Coast to Coast RV. This means not only are these TVs designed and tested specifically for Australian conditions, they are also backed up by nationwide service networks if any issues do arise.
With sizes ranging from 19 inch to 32 inch and features including everything from built in DVD players and Full HD LED screens to Smart TVs, there is a TV to suit every application.
A tried and trusted name in the Australian RV Industry, RV Media by Camec has been delivering quality tv dvd combos to caravanners for many years. They are continually working to improve and develop their range to keep up with evolving technologies. RV Media were also the first in the industry to release a 12v Smart TV.
The new Evolution range includes an inbuilt dvd player, long range HD digital tuner, USB media playback and PVR functions. They also have a new improved A-Grade LCD panel and a low voltage warning to protect against potential damage.
The 22 and 24 inch Evolution TVs also feature an inbuilt wireless audio transmitter, which allows you to stream the audio from your TV through portable bluetooth speakers, headphones or even your RVs head unit. The screens are full high definition (1920 x 1080p) for the best quality picture.
Coast to Coast RV have recently decided to discontinue their Sphere branded 12v TVs in favour of the new Furrion range.
With extra metal plating and vibration resistant circuit boards, Furrion TVs are built to last. The 19, 22 and 24 inch models all include DVD players and support USB playback and recording. A static isolator helps to reduce image noise that can be caused by 12v power sources.
The A+ LED panel provides a crisp HD picture, with upgraded furrion amplifier and speakers included for high quality sound. A desktop stand and 240 volt power adaptor are also included with all TVs in this range.