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Stabilizer for LCD TV

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GKV

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A few queries on this topic.

(1) Is there any need for buying a stabilizer for LCD TVs. The TV specifications say that it covers a wide range of input voltage. Is there some other factor like surge, which mandates the use of a stabilizer?

(2) What are the right specifications for such a stabilizer for LCD TV? Is any specific brand recommended?
 

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lcd tvs usualy operate from 120v to 240v anything higher then that will hurt the tvs ,it may not happen immediately but its like a slow poison.even low voltage isn't good for lcds since the backlight need a certain optimum voltage to function otherwise u will see it flickering,pro longed effects can shorten the life of backlight.

well if ur lcd tvs is less then 55inch and don't wish to connect anything more then a dvd player and STB to a stabilizer,then get the V-Guard VG crystal it can handle a load of around 440 to 460watts,made specialy for lcds and (even plasmas of 42inch) .
 
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