Can you use a standatd lcd tv outdoors?

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Pending on how much coverage you have over the TV you could use a traditional TV outdoors through out the warmer months. If you leave near salt water, be careful about corrosion of your input cables. Take the TV indoors once the weather gets cold, as LCD is liquid and will perform worse in colder conditions.

If you can’t afford getting an outdoor TV you can use the indoor TV outside. But at that point it’s mandatory to buy a good and reliable TV cover. Once you do that, the cover will protect your TV and that will be really helpful. There won’t be any more sun damage, dust or dirt accumulation and so on.

Can I use my indoor TV outdoors? An indoor TV should not be placed outside unless it is enclosed in an outdoor TV enclosure. There are many things that will render your standard indoor TV unusable in a pretty short period of time if left outside.

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Take this TV outside only when you need it, and leave it inside when you don't. Keep it out of the sun and maybe it will last longer than a season.

However, you can't put a normal LCD outside unless it's in a box because you'll ruin the screen surface very quickly. The last point I'd make is that outdoor TVs (800+ cd/m2) have at least twice the brightness of a normal TV (450 cd/m2) and will give you a picture you can actually see during the day without worrying to much about where you site it.

If you can, I'd recommend building an encloser for it. Where I'm at, the humidity is absolutely awful, so it helps to keep it from being exposed when not in use. It'll also limit the amount of dust that it's exposed to as well. Hope this helps. Darrell

Even though the TV is meant to stay outdoors, it is smart to reduce and avoid outside elements as much as you can to prolong the lifespan of your TV. Choose an outdoor location for your TV that will provide the most protection from the elements, ideally under a pergola or gazebo. The #1 issue with outdoor TV is the exposure to heat, avoid this by placing the TV in a location that doesn’t gets direct sunlight.

The best outdoor TV for watching sports is the Samsung QN85A QLED. It's a step down from the Samsung QN90A QLED, but it's a better choice for watching sports because it has an IPS-like panel with wider angles, great for wide seating areas. However, like the QN90A, it's not designed for outdoor use, so you have to keep it away from the elements.

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