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RRF743 01-09-2008 04:06 PM

Help with lcd tv placement
 
I would like to install a 32" sony lcd on a wall. Behind the wall is the kitchen wich has an over the range microwave. I was wondering if there will be any interferences to the tv when the microwave is turned on. I will be running component and hdmi wire down the wall from the attic. Any answers would be appreciated. Thanks

glocksout 01-11-2008 11:56 AM

Re: Help with lcd tv placement
 
The short answer is, "No."

The detailed answer is, unlike CRT displays of yore, LCD does not fire electrons at the screen. Electrons may be affected by microwave frequencies (which, coincidently is called a "microwave"), which is why CRT sets were distorted when near speakers (magnetic fields) and microwaves. LCD is safe.

RRF743 01-13-2008 05:43 AM

Re: Help with lcd tv placement
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by glocksout (Post 9255)
The short answer is, "No."

The detailed answer is, unlike CRT displays of yore, LCD does not fire electrons at the screen. Electrons may be affected by microwave frequencies (which, coincidently is called a "microwave"), which is why CRT sets were distorted when near speakers (magnetic fields) and microwaves. LCD is safe.

Thanks for the help glocksout! Can anyone help with posting pictures. I would like to show my dedicated theater room but need help getting the pictures here.

RRF743

RRF743 04-18-2008 02:43 PM

Re: Help with hanging plasma
 
I would like to hang a 42" plasma on the wall but do not know the proper bolts to use with the mount. The studs are aluminum. Would butterfly bolts/nuts be the best thing to use? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Abner 06-14-2008 12:38 AM

Re: Help with lcd tv placement
 
I think butterfly bolts/nuts will be the best thing to use...... go ahead


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