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Old 09-24-2008   #1
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Cool Outdoor Setup

46" Sunbrite Outdoor HDTV
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46" Sunbrite Outdoor HDTV
I like it, but I'm curious why the screen isn't twice the size and brightness?

Can you explain the customers' desires?
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Thanks!

I believe it is the camera that I took the picture with that is fooling you. In other words, the camera does not do the TV justice. In actuality the screen is VERY bright, and the manufacturer (SunBrite) definitely lives up to their name.

I personally was hoping to install a larger TV to cover a larger viewing area; however these outdoor TV's are not cheap. This one in particular retails for over $5K + installation and other misc materials. Given the customer's budget, this was the largest that we could go with unfortunately.

Not to mention this customer was very pleased with the size.
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Thanks! That means a lot coming from somebody of your stature.

I believe it is the camera that I took the picture with that is fooling you. In other words, the camera does not do the TV justice. In actuality the screen is VERY bright, and the manufacturer (SunBrite) definitely lives up to their name.

I personally was hoping to install a larger TV to cover a larger viewing area; however these outdoor TV's are not cheap. This one in particular retails for over $5K + installation and other misc materials. Given the customer's budget, this was the largest that we could go with unfortunately.

Not to mention this customer was very pleased with the size.
Satisfying the customer's requirements is number one! So it seems like your work did the job, perfectly.

May I ask about the sound?
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We used 2 Jamo Outdoor Speakers that you can see above the TV on the beam.

There are also 4 Jamo Outdoor rock speakers placed throughout the yard.

Rec'vr & Amp were:
RXV661
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We used 2 Jamo Outdoor Speakers that you can see above the TV on the beam.

There are also 4 Jamo Outdoor rock speakers placed throughout the yard.

Rec'vr & Amp were:
RXV661
ATI AT602.
They must be very happy :-) How much did that installation run them, once you were finished with everything (including, I would guess, music and video automation)?

And how long did it take you???
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