My wife and I decided to install a TV in our little trailer for the inevitable rainy day situations. We put together a set up that can be viewed from anywhere in the trailer. The articulating arm mount can swivel, extend, and tilt to any position you desire, and then stow in the corner when not in use. The mount is connected to the TV with a quick disconnect. We remove it prior to towing, and stow the TV on the bedding for safe travel.
Our choice for the TV was a Naxa 16" with an integral DVD player. It will also play music CDs and even MP3 files from a CD. There is an input for USB, but we haven't tried that yet. Included is a 12V DC power cord for boon docking, as well as a 110V AC cord for use on the grid. We're very happy with the TV so far. Our camper is cable or external antenna ready, but we haven't bought the antenna yet. Most of our use will be watching movies with the DVD. Amazon.com: NAXA NTD-1553 16" Class LED HDTV with Built-in Digital Tuner & DVD Player: Electronics
The articulating mount is key to the versatility of this set up. Again, very happy with our choice.
Amazon.com: VideoSecu LCD Monitor TV Wall Mount Articulating Arm Bracket for most 12"-24", some up to 27" with VESA 100/75mm LED Flat Panel Screen TV ML10B 1E9: Electronics
The quick disconnect is very simple and sturdy. Although this set up only weighs 3 - 4 lbs.; we wanted to be able to take the TV off for travel or when leaving it behind. This Q-D makes that very easy. Amazon.com: Ergotron Quick Release LCD Bracket (60-589-060): Electronics
The first 2 pics are the view from bed and from the rear when facing the dinette / bed. I'll post a few more pics in the next post.