Waterproof TV


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seanlim

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Finding one for bathroom. So far, I've found ad notam distributed by atlas. But one set starts from 12k up.

Any other recommendations?
 

Xtol19

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Finding one for bathroom. So far, I've found ad notam distributed by atlas. But one set starts from 12k up.

Any other recommendations?
That's the price to pay. The alternative is to mount the tv high enough to avoid water.
 

seanlim

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haha 12k. It's really a premium to pay.
Really got no other recommendations?
 

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maybe can consider DIY, glass panel for covering the whole TV.
 

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worst come to worst, move the bathtub to the living room lor.... Then juz buy curtain can liao:bsmilie:
 

sORe-EyEz

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ask contractor hack a hole in the wall, bathroom side install safety/tempered glass the other side put fine mesh for ventilation & privacy.

frame the mesh but make it removeable for maintaince, eg, washing/cleaning.

with that i think waterproof speakers alone is cheaper. if forgot speakers, got pic but no sound! :bsmilie:
 

deklan

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you dont really need a waterproof tv...
alot of hotels are using regular tvs in their bathrooms
 

seanlim

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St regis uses the mirror tv :/ I stayed there not too long ago. Which hotels are you talking about? I'd use it as a lead and start off from there? Thanks
 

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