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Old 05-12-2019, 06:14 PM   #1
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Default 2004 Yellowstone Country Club AV Upgrade

Hello I have a 2004 Yellowstone Country Club. I want to upgrade the Audio Video in it if possible. It has a built in Surround Sound. Speakers are original but I can update those no problem. It has composite video pre run to the front TV, and the TV in the bedroom. I would like to replace them with HDMI or CAT-6 cable. Are the pre-run composite video cable in conduit tubes that I could cut and pull new cables trough?

I would like one receiver in the front of the coach where the stuff is originally located but with HD capabilities to both TVs in the Front and thin the Bed Room.

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Old 05-15-2019, 03:57 PM   #2
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They cables are not ran in conduit and will probably not pull, I found it easier to just add a DVD player to the rear tv
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I think you'll have to remove the trim to get it to fully extend, when servicing my rear slide I was able to jack it up, I think I got 1" clearance
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I have a 03 Yellow Stone and didn't find a conduit. I did upgrade the dash radio and the ceiling speakers and they play throughout the coach. TV's i added smart TV's front. back, and outside. As Frutza mentioned I also added a DVD player to the rear TV.
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Ok thanks. I may try to run a HDMI to the front TV. Then do some sort of wireless HDMI to the Bedroom so both of the TV's will run of 1 AV Receiver.
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