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Indoor TVs Vs. Outdoor TVs

1/22/2015 2:50 PM

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5 Reasons Why Indoor TVs Can't Compete With Outdoor TVs.

There are plenty of reasons why people start to think about putting a TV outside. Maybe it's the rise in digital signage; you see a digital sign and think, "Why not a TV?" Maybe it's the slim, wall-mounted designs of the latest flat screen and LED TVs; never before have televisions been so light that they can be hung up on a wall, out of the way. Maybe it's the move towards outdoor living spaces; if you're going to have comfy seating, why not enjoy watching TV while you're out there?

 

Whatever your reason, there is a definite trend towards moving TVs outdoors, but it's not as simple as plugging your indoor television into the nearest outlet and settling in to watch your favorite show or movie. Indoor televisions just aren't made to be used outside and we're here to tell you why.

 

5 Reasons Why Indoor Televisions Should Never Be Used Outdoors

 

1. You won't be able to see it very well. Indoor and outdoor TVs have different screens. Indoor screens are highly reflective. Have you ever noticed how you can't see the screen very well because of glare if a TV is placed opposite a window? The screen reflects light. Outside, this glare is 100 times worse. It will be like looking in a mirror; you won't be able to see a thing on the screen.

 

2. You'll void your warranty. Indoor televisions were made to be used indoors. In fact, buried in the fine print of your warranty is legalese that states that the warranty will be voided if the TV is used outside or in other ways not intended by the manufacturer. If you use an indoor TV outside for any length of time, it will break. You can count on it.

 

3. It can't take the heat. Or the rain, cold, snow, fog, etc. The elements will wreck havoc on a regular indoor television. These TVs are not constructed to withstand heat, cold, humidity, fog, rain, snow, salty air, or anything else Mother Nature decides to serve up. Humidity is a special problem because it creates condensation, which can get inside the set and ruin the electronics or even create an electrocution hazard.

 

4. Accidents happen. Say you've set up your TV inside a covered porch or gazebo. What happens when the kids spray the hose and it goes through the screen and hits the television? How about when those freak storms hit and temperatures plummet rapidly? You cannot trust that you will be home and vigilant enough every time there's a threat to your TV to be able to bring it inside before disaster hits.

 

5. Bugs get in there. Yep. Just like bugs find their way into your house, they can find their way into your television set if it is left outside. All indoor TVs have ventilation grilles to help cool off the interior – the perfect place for bugs to crawl in and lay eggs. It's warm, dry, and protected. Spiders are a real problem as well, since they will follow other prey insects in, create webs to trap said insects, and ruin your circuit board.

 

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If you're serious about watching TV outside, you need weather-resistant TVs from Weather Vision. Our weatherproof TVs are bright and easy to see in all sun conditions and engineered to withstand temperature changes, moisture, and all weather conditions. You can truly relax and enjoy your entertainment with Weather Vision outdoor TVs!

 

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