LCD's and your bathroom.

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  1. OPM Inc.

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    How does one go about installing some lcd tv's into the bathroom wall? Does it need to be covered with some sort of screen or can it handle the humidity of a bathroom? Who do i contact to get this done? :)
     
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    i doubt there would be anyone dumb enough to do this for you. reason being, well you mentioned it. the humidity will just kill your lcd, plasma, etc...just isn't worth it. i was also thinking about doing it for my new home, but since it's being built, i was going to make some custom thing for it so that it wouldn't get affected, but it just wasn't worth it...just my 2 cents.
     
  3. Robb

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    i was thinking about this myself, my thought was to have the tv recessed into the wall w/ a fog resitant plexiglass covering it to protect from moisture, tv in the bathtub, fo sho
     
  4. BlazinBlazer Guy

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    if you're gonna do a TV in the bathroom, recess a flat-screen CRT into the wall... thats the best bet IMO. (or, you could just use a projector and throw the picture on the wall)

    heh, I just realized how crazy it would be to have life-sized shower porn projected on the shower wall :eek3: :rofl:
     
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    haha I was thinking about doing this too, theres a perfect wall right next to my toilet thats BEGGING to have a small lcd on, and there was a 5 inch one on sale that would be perfect, cuz i could run cable through the wall and have a small cable tv in there, but I didnt think about the humidity sadly:(
     

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