In Reply to: OLED? posted by aarocks on August 25, 2016 at 06:02:29:
Frankly speaking, unless you are in a large populated area that is prone to brown/black outs, I would not seek tv conditioning.
Both CRT and Plasma sets should never be exposed to the hazards of brown/black outs. This is the only reason to protect them.
My tv was $2500, 10 years ago and Plasma sets were at least that much and more in comparison. It makes good sense to protect the investment.
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Topic - AC conditioner for TV? - aarocks 09:12:42 08/22/16 (9)
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