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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

Selecting An Outdoor TV

As we continue our focus on Outdoor Living Spaces, today we want to review selecting an Outdoor TV. In the past, the only choice for an outdoor TV was Sunbrite. However, Samsung has recently introduced their Terrace line of outdoor TVs. Sunbrite TVs are weatherproof and the Samsung TVs are weather resistant. It is important to understand the difference between these terms. A weather resistant device is designed to handle dust and some water exposure. A weatherproof device is designed to handle all the elements including rain, snow, ice, extreme temperatures, and insects. We recommend using a weather resistant TV in a covered area and a weatherproof TV in a non-covered area. We also recommend bringing a weather resistant TV inside during the winter. Another important consideration is the amount of sunshine in your viewing area. Sunbrite offers 3 choices. The Veranda series is for Full Shade areas such as covered patios or sunrooms. The Signature series is for partial sun or high ambient light areas such as pergolas or partially covered decks. The Pro Series is designed for full sunshine areas such as Poolside or seating areas. Samsung offers 2 models: Full Sun and Partial Sun. For help in selecting your outdoor TV or designing your outdoor entertainment system, schedule a free consultation by calling 888-775-2673 or visiting our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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