[qanda]This thread is about the Pioneer 42-inch Plasma TV with Digital Tuner. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]Dear, Cd-Freak Community
I ran into a situation which includes a small bedroom with little air circulation and a 42" plasma television that easily heats up the entire room. Seemingly a person likes me dislikes a high temperatured room, including a dual window which adds tremendous heat on top of the plasma TV. Even if the wind-shields close with approximately 97% of the sun's light. There's still heat transmitted.
To the main question! So yes! How do I keep the heat from my plasma TV secreted or reduce it? Everything when I watch a movie or play games with in twenty minutes the plasma television heats up like a volcano!:a I'm surprise the TV did not charcoal yet. Please Help. Thank you for your consideration:flower:d