So far the repose have been educational.
My plan is to use the TV with the LED lights
off....problem not solved but avoided.
I can only assume most travel trailers work like mine...lights on 12 volt system.
My TV works off the 120 volt system. The antenna is a factory system and has a signal booster built in. Electronics in travel trailers are very confusing as they work their magic in both the 12 volt world and the 120 volt. The 12 volt system works the water pump and ignites the propane
system in the refrigerator
if not on AC power...this all thru that magic converter box that controls the system.
Byron shed a lot of light
(no pun intended) on the subject in regard to the
"rf factor and TV signals". I also learned all about LED bulbs...prior to these posts all I knew was that they burn less electric when Boondocking
and they cost more than they should !
Our world has become more and more complex. My early years were prior to the existence of television...I can remember the first family on our street to have a television...they got popular real fast...now most folks need help figuring out how to operate the remotes for the direct TV and the television set .....and then there is the HDMI 1, HDMI 2, component 1 and component 2 plugs in the back of that HDTV...I forgot the SVideo plug...there is even an antenna plug, video plug and two audio plugs...one white and one red.
Now I want a Ultra HDTV and discovered they will be introduced in 4 or 5 phases...it will never end!!!
Alan H asks about TV size, brand and cost. The one I got for the Trailer was a Black Friday special two years ago at Walmart....19 inch screen, 720i (whatever that means), full HD...lots of plugs in back....only $97.... Great sound and picture ....perfect size for trailer. ?..still trying to figure out how to work the remote! LED bulbs via Amazon...bought a dozen after I tried one bulb I purchased at local RV shop for about weeks pay...Amazon was much cheaper. I did discover that like HDTVs all LED bulbs seem to be made in China....everything seems to be made in China ! (Except for travel trailers...USA and Canada seem to have that well in hand.)
Happy (high tech) Camping!!!