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Discussion in 'TVs' started by Lloydy, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. Lloydy

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    Hi,
    I am seriously considering fixing a screen to the outside of my house so the family can watch TV in the evenings from the hot tub.

    I am not even sure if it is possible, so I thought that I would ask on here as someone will know.

    How would you get around the 'weathproof' issue without causing the screen to over heat?

    On a seperate note, we have Sky, two boxes, one upstairs and one downstairs. What is the easier way to run Sky to the new outside screen (I am not worried about controlling the channel)

    Many thanks in advance

    Mark
     
  2. Tight Git

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    Hello Lloydy and welcome to the Forum. :)

    It would help if you could advise what TV you are proposing to put outside.

    Not necessarily the make/model, but is it CRT/Plasma etc?
     
  3. nig28

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    Hi
    How about a projector, just point the projector at a white wall, make sure the projector keeps dry.
    Nigel
     
  4. Lloydy

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    Hi, and thank you for the welcome.

    I was just thinking about a LCD screen, about 28in max.. I have the ideal wall to mount it on as I can run all cables from inside the house. It is just the water proofing and the issue with Sky.

    Many thanks


    Mark
     

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