Add Comment | Related Links | TrackBack
Related Content

The Importance of Securing Your Television

We live in the age of technology, and while our computers and cell phones seem to get smaller, our television sets keep getting bigger and wider. Driven by the desire to have the best picture and sound quality, many people continue to buy a larger and flatter one as soon as it hits the stores.

What many people donߴt realize is that thereߴs a danger to buying these ultra thin TVs. Many flat screen television set owners have young children. They like to sit close or directly under the TV. A lot of these children also like to climb on furniture and have yet to realize the dangers of their actions. A small child doesnߴt have to do much to cause a large television to tip over. Simply bumping into it or rocking whatever itߴs sitting on top of can cause the television to fall down.

Even if a television set has a stand to help it stand upright, still very little effort is required to cause it to come tumbling down on an unsuspecting child. The typical flat screen television has a narrow center of gravity. Combined with its weight and other heavy additions like accessories, the damaged caused by this falling object is great.

A flat screen doesnߴt necessarily have to have anyone touch it; other things can cause it to fall like an earthquake, for example. Suppose thereߴs a tornado or someone slams a door extremely hard. There wouldnߴt be anything to keep the flat screen TV from falling and injuring children and pets as well as resulting in extensive property damage.

What can be done to keep the entire family safe? There are numerous options available to the flat screen owner. You can purchase a wall mount or you can buy a strap to keep the TV securely in place. For a small price, you get peace of mind knowing that youߴre helping to prevent the death or serious injury of your child.

Wed, 13 May 2009 22:08:09 +0000

Add Comment | Related Links | TrackBack
Related Content

Did your message disappear? Read the Forums FAQ.


TrackBack only accepted from WebSite-X Suite web sites. Do not submit TrackBacks from other sites.

Send Ping | TrackBack URL | Spam Control

Title: Plasma or LCD?
Weblog: GearHack
Excerpt: In the past, I have heard everyone downplay plasma television over LCD television. Today, I really wanted to know what is the technological difference. In searching, I found a side-by-side technical comparison between the two in an editorial article called, "Difference between Plasma and LCD TVs". I . . .
Tracked: Thu, 14 May 2009 06:25:40 +0000

Weblog: NeoSciGen
Excerpt: THE TECHNOLOGY: The Plasma TV knowledge is the fluorescent light bulb. The screen is divided into cells and contained in every cell are two glass panes that are parted by a thin space where the Neon-Xenon gas is introduced and sealed in plasma form. Then the gas is stimulated by electricity at re . . .
Tracked: Thu, 14 May 2009 06:26:01 +0000

Title: LED Television vs. LCD Television - what's all the noise about?
Weblog: NeoSciGen
Excerpt: Of late many Notebook, PC display and TV manufacturers such as Sony, Dell, Samsung etc. have been advertising their new range of display products based on LED technology. They are touted to be a generation ahead of the traditional LCD displays. Be it a HDTV or a new notebook, one option will usually . . .
Tracked: Thu, 14 May 2009 06:26:19 +0000

Add Comment

Spam Control | * indicates required field
Your Name: *
Remember Me!
Comment: *
File attachment is optional. Please do not attach a file to your submission unless it is relevent.
Attach File:
(128 MB Max)
Spam Protection: * Answer of 6 + 4?
Click button only once, please!

Messages, files, and images copyright by respective owners.