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Last post on this topic is several months old. Anyone have a current suggestion?

I'm looking for a quality 12-volt powered, 20-22" LCD TV/DVD monitor, preferably with decent stereo sound, to mount on a salon bulkhead.
Google for a Haier HLC24XSL2 available at/via Amazon, among others. 24" with a built-in DVD, LED backlight, uses an external AC supply for its 12V input.

Long story, I ordered one early last summer but after numerous delays cancelled that and ordered what I thought was the replacement model, and HLC24XK2 - which is almost identical except for... an internal AC supply. I bought the service manual hoping to bypass the supply but while its logic card does run on 12V, the backlight supply is 17V. I am thinking of ordering the XSL2 and finding a place for the XK2 at home.

Nice TV in other respects, HDMI and VGA input (which repeats my Raymarine E120 nicely). The speakers are a bit small and buzzy on heavy bass, but it has audio line outputs for an external supply. Geeky feature of dubious usefulness - you can show photos from a USB memory stick, and even record/pause live digital TV to the USB memory, sort of a mini-DVR.

There are 19 and 22" models as well.
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redline - good info! Thanks for the tip
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I'm planning to upgrade our little flatscreen to something bigger this spring. Anything new on the 12v LEC TV front?

Any news on how the earlier poster in this thread did?

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We have a 26 inch Sony HD flatscreen on a moveable arm....110 volt into the inverter.

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We have a 26 inch Sony HD flatscreen on a moveable arm....110 volt into the inverter.

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I looked into it, and just went with a 110V 19" Emerson from Walmart, for $96. If I want to use it on the hook I'll just get an inverter. I'll need one anyway, for the Blu-ray player.
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20" "Insignia" LCD TV with built in DVD player from Future Shop. Came with a 120V to 12V transformer. I cut off the transformer, wired it directly to DC and it works perfectly. Did exactly the same thing with two previous TV's and never had a voltage problem.
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After the not-quite-12v model I bought was stolen last winter, I finally found a manufacturer-refurb Haier HLC24XSL2 via Amazon. 24" with a built-in DVD, LED backlight, uses an external AC supply and is happy running directly on ship's 12V. I also have a Carnetix 12v-12v power supply for good measure, but not yet installed.
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