- Thursday, 27 November 2014 15:23
We often have customers who originally start out researching outdoor TVs but after finding us, switch plans and go for a SealTV enclosure with a standard indoor TV, tucked away safely inside. There are many reasons why an Enclosure + TV combination is a better idea. Here’s 5 for you to consider:
1. Total cost is much lower
An enclosure + TV combination is at least a third of the price of a comparatively sized outdoor TV – sometimes even less.
2. Local support
We provide local support and warranty for our enclosures, and any TV purchased here (be it Samsung, LG etc) would also enjoy local support and a network of authorised repairers. All current outdoor TVs are manufactured overseas, and local support and parts availability is extremely limited.
3. Easy maintenance
Our enclosures are designed with reliability in mind, but if anything does go wrong, it’s easy to resolve as the unit is designed to be opened easily and all our parts are a modular plug and play, for easy swap out.. A specialised outdoor TV is permanently sealed. Servicing and repair outside of warranty can be costly.
You can upgrade/update the TV inside at a fraction of the cost, so when you are ready for Ultra HD or OLED, you only need to upgrade the TV, and not the enclosure.
5. Two for One
You can upgrade your main TV, and use your old TV (current main TV) outside – kind of like a two for one upgrade!
- Tuesday, 04 November 2014 22:04
Customer installation of a SealTV 42″ enclosure on their stunning overwater deck
One of our customers, Christine, sent us in a pic of her recent install, using a 42″ LG TV inside a SealTV Enclosure. Christine also passed us on this great feedback:
“Love, Love, Love the customer service. Thank you for all your work. Top Notch! Will pass on the positive service I received.”
- Thursday, 11 September 2014 13:37
How not to install a TV outside
We often get asked for advice on installations. Questions like:
Where is the best place to install?
Should I connect the TV to larger speakers?
Should I connect the TV to Foxtel? How?
Is there anything I need to be aware of?
We asked around the office and had everyone submit their own Top 10 tips based on their experience,
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- Tuesday, 05 August 2014 14:18
This is another question we often get.
And the short answer is you can. Just be aware of “greenhousing” your TV. Potentially killing it quicker than having no cover at all.
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