Some time ago, perhaps a couple of years, several owners on Fiberglassrv.com or Casitaclub.com told about installing 12 volt LCD television sets in their trailers.
The specific sets that I'm talking about were 12-volt circuitry and ordinarily connected to conventional 120 v. line circuitry through a 120v/12v conversion "brick" in the line cord. For use in the trailer, a replacement cord is/was available at Radio Shack to plug into the trailer's "cigarette lighter" socket. (This is not a conventional inverter
.) Magnavox and several others use 12v.circuitry on some
of their smaller LCD (15 inch +/-) television sets. They can sometimes be recognized by the brick-shaped device in the line cord---careful, some of these are other than 12 volts output!)
I don't recall who these persons were who did this and I can't find the reference in the web site search.
The Radio Shack cord is designed for 12 volts or other low voltage and does not contain any voltage regulation. My question to anyone who actually has installed and utilized this type of connection, over time has the fluctuation in battery
voltage (commonly <11v. to perhaps 14v) had any short- or long-term negative effect on the TV electronics?
This would be a 14" or 15" LCD TV which normally would be used in the house with the conventional 120v. lash-up, then used in the trailer with the 12v. Radio Shack connector.
If you are the owner who actually did this installation, tell me how it worked out.