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I have a 12v outlet at the TV shelf in my new wheelhouse. Are there any good 15-20" 12v hdtv's or should I get a regular one and run an extention cord from an invertor to it?

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When I got my new wheelhouse last year; I had a 110v outlet installed close to the TV shelf...The reason I did that was I had looked for 3 months trying to find a 19-20" hdtv 12v. I was told I could order one for $600, I ended up with 20" Sansui hdtv with a built-in DVD player for $369 (110v). I also had a cable installed from the TV area to the back by the table, I hooked that up to my camera and now I can watch big screen Walleyes coming in! Good Luck

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