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Get a LCD flat screen TV that runs on 12 volts typical draw 3 amps.
Even better get an LCD tv with LED illumination, which is generally called an LED tv.
Just got a 22 inch LED monitor it uses less than 1amp. With a netbook I can play a movie using only 2.1a.
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