Chances are you have an older TV in your RV, because you may not use it as much as your home TV set. Well, if your RV TV is too old and isn't digital or digitally-upgraded, it may not be compatible with the FCC guidelines that will go into effect in 2009. In that case, you're going to have to invest in a new RV TV, or at least invest in a converter box that will make your old RV TV capable of receiving the new digital signal. Otherwise, you won't be able to watch RV TV.
So, now may be the time to upgrade to a new LCD HDTV for the RV! You can find sets that are comparable to larger, home sets at good prices, and they offer much better technology and pictures than older RV TVs. Look for RV TVs that mount on the wall to save you even more space, and reduce glare, which can be pretty excessive in some RVs. For even more flexibility, look for an RV TV that includes a DVD player too, and your entertainment will be set for years to come!