What Makes Outdoor TVs Different from Indoor TVs?
Don't Install Any-Old TV in Your Outdoor Spaces
If you're thinking of mounting a TV on your covered porch or patio, you might assume using an indoor display will be fine as long as it's protected from poor weather.
But indoor TVs risk malfunctioning when installed outdoors, and the picture quality will look faded and dull. To bring high-end outdoor entertainment to your home in St. Louis, MO, we recommend using a built-for-outdoors TV, like those manufactured by Séura or SunBriteTV.
Here's all you need to know about an outdoor TV installation!
Outdoor TVs Can withstand All Weather
Outdoor displays like Séura and SunBriteTV's models are not only waterproof but are weatherproof, too. This means even on the hottest summer days, and throughout freezing Missouri winters, your outdoor display will perform perfectly. The TV's casing protects it from dirt, debris, and sun damage so that it can stay mounted outdoors all year long.
Outdoor TVs Are Brighter
Have you ever tried using your phone or laptop out in the sun and struggled to see the screen clearly? The same will happen if you install a TV not built for the outdoors.
Outdoor TVs are much brighter than indoor screens, shining at 2,000 nits of brightness. For context, most indoor models are only 450-550 nits. So from day to night, you'll see movies and shows in perfect color and contrast.
Outdoor TVs Adapt to Lighting Conditions
As the day progresses, your outdoor TV will automatically adjust the screen's brightness levels so you can see clearly without bothering your eyes. The ultra-bright display that looked perfect at noon will dim for a comfortable movie night in the evening.
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