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Aquaholics
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Good day all..
A friend is planning his first trip on the broads and asked us, if you have a boat with 240v, can you plug in a standard tv ?..
We have no idea, so thought we'd post on here..

Nick & Tracy

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Hi Aquaholics
Should be OK we have used one on a 12 volt inverter.
Biggest problem on most boats is finding a shelf big enough to take the 55 inch plasma screen  LOL
Kindest regards
Marge and Parge

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A sensible size tv is ok, the problem you may have is the aerial if it's got one and the signal at a lot of mooring spots isn't great. I have one with built in dvd player it gets used a lot this time of year.

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Thank you all for your reply's, he will be pleased, he likes to watch films in the evenings in bed..
Think he's taking a 21 inch tv, says he'd need binoculars to watch the small one the boat comes with..

Nick & Tracy

"A boat is safe in the harbour, but this is not the purpose of a boat"

Right now I'm having amnesia and deja vu at the same time

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Since digital came in (and the transmitter improved) most boats now have reasonable size tv's - worth asking the yard - by necessity you are never too far from the set on most boats!

Peter

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