If you are someone who keeps up with the latest technogical trends, you may have already heard of the waterproof tvs. These secured and sealed TVs are often used in the kitchen and bathrooms of homes and even some business buildings. They are sealed very securely, so you won’t have to worry about installing this device in a room with a high percentage of humidity or fear getting water on it. The same goes for the tv controller it comes with. Depending on your needs, you may choose from various waterproof televisions out there.
Some waterproof televisions are actually made in a way that they have the same function as a regular mirror does when you are not using it for watching television. This multifunction technology allows you to be extra economical and put it in place of an actual mirror in the bathroom. This way, you save space if you do have a smaller bathroom. If you are someone looking for a television set in an extraordinarily steamy place such as a shower, you can actually find a waterproof television that doesn’t get clouded by fog. The way this works is the screen heats itself up, thus preventing fog to form over it. Some of the most recent trendy waterproof televisions are the Aqua TV and Séura TV.
In addition to searching for features and qualities that fit your needs, the IP number is important to watch out for. This consists of two digits: the first digit (0-6) indicates the amount of protection from solid material, such as dust, and the second digit (0-8) indicates the amount of protection from liquid material, such as water flow and submersion. Once you have chosen your waterproof television, the next matter you will need to focus on is installing this device into your space.
The first step to installing a waterproof television is to mark the exact spot you would like to have it installed. It is important you don’t blindly pick a spot, but to try it out. For instance, if you would like to have a view of the television while you take a bath, position yourself here and let your gaze fall at a relaxed position, somewhere you would normally look with ease. The center of the location your eyes naturally fall upon should be the location of your television. Keep in mind to watch out for any unwanted light reflection and such from this view. After you have this place marked, you will need to make a hole here inside the wall for cable connection. If you are working with a solid wall, it may not need a whole extending along the total depth of it. Prior to securing in this cut with the cables, bring all the cables through to the other side. It is also a good idea to include an additional assistant wire so that you are able to eventually add another one or more cables. Whether you recover the wall before or after placing the frame for your television depends on the design. Anyhow, once you have the frame in place and covered the wall, you are then ready to set your tv in place inside the frame. Be sure to check if silicone sealer is needed to be applied around the frame and the screen of your television as the concluding step because this also varies depending on the particular design. Although, silicone sealer is a must for the instalation of most types. After doing the main chunk of the installation, you may then put on the additional accessories including antennae to finish up and prepare for use.