Furrion Sense 4K LED TV with Soundbar

TV screen showing panoramic mountain view.

The Furrion Sense 4K LED TV with built-in soundbar offers crystal-clear images, direct-lit technology, a built-in audio system and custom trims for a superior viewing experience.

Loaded with technology you can take on the road, the Furrion Sense 4K LED TV with built-in soundbar is built to withstand the rigors of RV travel. Vibrationsmart prevents damage caused by shock with metal-framed wall mounts on mobile applications. Climatesmart silicon-sealed components protect against damage from lower temperatures and higher humidity.

4K UHD upscaling and a CPU to process signals in real time provide the Sense TV with crisper visuals — four times the pixels of HDTV with clearer motion to enhance video and gaming experiences.

Champagne gold, matte steel, light pine and dark wood frames for TV
Choose from frames of champagne gold, matte steel, light pine and dark wood.

Precision color mapping technology adjusts for tones, shades and gradients of light to produce natural 4K images, while HDR heightens the dynamic range of the picture, increasing contrast between the brightest whites and darkest blacks.

Add powerful sound to the visuals with the Furrion Sense soundbar, which is discreet in design yet memorable in performance, and you have an audiovisual experience every bit as mesmerizing as it is immersive. Added functions include Bluetooth, a wireless subwoofer option and dual-room connectivity for external speakers.

The Furrion Sense 4K LED TV is available in 32-, 40-, 50- and 55-inch sizes. Trim pieces in four finishes turn the TV into the perfect match for your RV. Just mount the sleek frame bezel for a modern luxury effect.

For more information, visit the Furrion website.



 

2 COMMENTS

  1. We have a 2019 Heartland Mallard M335 and have been trying to use our satellite TV service, but the wiring/cable inside of this camper will not work. Do you have any ideas what we can do? We can run the cable through the window, but this is a new camper that should be able to handle this service.

    • This sounds like a question for RV Clinic, Trailer Life’s technical Q&A forum. Send an email with your question to [email protected], and include your full name and hometown. Selected letters will be answered in the monthly column, but time does not permit individual replies.

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