Question about Samsung LN-T4061F 40 in. LCD HDTV
I just purchased a new, out of box special, Samsung 40 inch LCD 1080 HDTV. The sales representative highly suggested purchase of a power conditioner unit that filters potential input power fluctuations/surges to protect the TV. The representative indicated, pixel damage due to such unprotected electrical inputs can result. The standard warranty only covers so much pixel damage per square area of some amount so without such a conditioner, you leave yourself open to problems. Is this information from the sales rep. the real deal or is this a way to sell additional products ?
Thanks for a prompt reply,
Alright, first the thing about the LCD's is that they resist electric shocks like nothing else. Most of the LCD flat panels come with shock damage warranties.
As for pixel damage from electric fluctuations? That's a load of ****. I've ran so many LCD's and you don't even want to know HOW bad my power fluctuates where I live. I'm talking anywhere from 97v to 130v. Never had a single problem.
Another good idea however, a UPS. Having a UPS will definitely be a good thing for it and any other electronics such as a gaming system, expensive HD players, and home theaters. A good company to look at is APC Power Products. They make some really good UPS's and it's definitely worth looking into investing into one. These units not only help stabilize bad fluctuations, but also protect from surges and even keep things like movies from being shut off during those small electric power outs that like to reset microwave clocks. You can use one unit for all of your electronics and it's definitely a wise investment for the protection for your TV and periphrials. :)
Hope this helps solve your question there buddy. If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask! Don't forget to rate the solution also! Cheers!
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