'video shielding' safe for TV?

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Adam_S, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. Adam_S

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    Hey all, I'm moved into a new apartment where my roomates have a nice 30" Samsung widescreen TV. I'm replacing their satellite HTIB 5.1 set up with my JBL N-series set up. currently there's no way to mount my N-Center and its sitting on top of the TV. The box says the N-Center has video shielding, so does that mean the TV will be safe, or will it be harmed by having the speaker directly on top of it?
     
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    magnetic interference only affects CRT displays. DLP, LCD, Plasma, wont be affected by the magnets.

    The majority of newer TVs are sheilded also.
     
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    If it's already sitting on top of the TV and there's no visible distortion, then I guess it isn't a problem. You would know immediately if there was, providing it is a CRT.
     

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