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plasma goes pop....something to think about

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by markbigears, Dec 15, 2004.

  1. markbigears

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    Hi guys....just a word of caution, at work today we had a "short" spike which
    killed our plasma (a 42inch Delphi), so maybe you guys should invest in some form of protection. I have at home, but this is the first time ive seen a monitor killed by a spike. Don't want it to happen do you. Best regards, mark
     
  2. Supra

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    I think that will scare a few people, I use cheap surge protectors on all my own equipment as well. Better to be safe then sorry.
     
  3. geeWcee

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    Good advice there, and I would suggest people protect ALL their AV gear this way.
     
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    All my system is protected at home and so is the plotter at work "surge protector" when the main board was blown from a spike. £1000 bill in the end.
     
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    600VA UPS costs £60 from ebuyer, totally controlled volts, why pay more
    (if you feel the need)
     

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