just buy the tv you want and run it off your 12v battery
bank…. here’s how for less than $10:
1. look on the back of the tv and see if its 19v, 20v, etc native.
2. if tv is natively 19v (or whatever voltage), buy a 12v to 19v converter (if your house bank is 12v).make sure the converter is rated amps/watts to run the tv
3. cut brick off AC cord on tv and wire the dc converter, wire to a fuse to dc panel, presto… you have a 12v tv for fraction of the cost.
i did this with my 24” LG, 1080p with smart apps and browser, plays videos off usb… the cats meow and it costed only $120. the dc to dc converter costed 7$, i use a 12v to 19v 77w/6amp converter.
cheers, everyone has dc tv’s now
EDIT: this must only be done with tvs that have the brick on the power cord. cut above the brick, cutting it off, this is where you wore the converter. This is the AC to DC converter… if there is no brick its comverted on the motherboard of the tv