I'm selling my home and I excluded my Skyvue tv from the sale. All the buyers wanted it! I ended up getting top dollar for the house by throwing in a few backyard goodies (TV and spa). But damn it...I will miss my TV until it's replaced.
Dolby Atmos 5.1.4 Denon x6200 Ascend Acoustics Towers and Horizon Center (NrT) RSL 34CE in-ceilings (4) Rythmik E15HP
Skyvue having a sale till the 9th of August I am renovating my pool next year and putting in a 55 inch skyvue into my new 12x16 pavilion. What watts do u guys have for your sound bar? Mine would be 40 which is 20 watts more than the sunbrite. I hope it enough for the area especially with my music audio around the pool area that will be separate from the TV.
My audio guy just put up my skyvue 55 inch tv in my pool cabana. He said the mount was acting a bit tricky. I noticed that he has the speaker bar below the tv instead of on top. Is that ok? Or is it not meant to be below the tv? I can't find any pics on the internet where that sound bar is below the tv
Me rep is comical. All the research I have done indicates the mirage vision tv's are ones to stay away from. Sunbrite, skyvue, and seura tv's are the top ones to consider with skyvue being the best bang for your buck especially if you want a smart tv. The 20 watt difference to with their speaker bars make a huge difference too especially if your outdoor area is going to be a party area like mine is around the pool.
Anyone have any experience with the bigger TVs? (70 or 80 inch). I have a projector set up on my roof right now, but it's a pain to put up and take down, and obviously doesn't work in sunlight, so I was considering switching it to a TV.
Sunbrite's only option that's bigger than 65" is 25,000 and that's a ways out of my price range.
All of the feedback in the thread looks good, but it'd be really hard to buy such an expensive TV without seeing it in person first :/
Trust Me... This company and product are not worth your hard earned cash. If you need a weatherproof TV... you can buy 1 new 46 inch HD TV every year for 8 years for the same price as 1 SkyVue with a roof mount. I wish I had (or bought a Sunbrite)...
After 2.5 years the TV Screen went blank. Warranty is only 2 years. Yeah.
Called and had to send in photos, took tons of email and calls to follow up to get a response. When they did call back the customer service manager Matt Meadows was geared up and ready for a fight before I even said a word. The script that it was due to an electrical surge from my house - was well rehearsed and you could tell that it was their standard out. I have 7 TV's in my house and in 10 years of living here, I've never had a surge or electrical issues with anything.
He encouraged me to ship it back to him and they'd take a look at it and do as much as they could without it being under warranty (shipping $250). After a few weeks of follow up, Matt dished me off to a sales rep who called and tried to sell me a new TV.
Don't Do it... Don't Do it... Three of my friend got them after I got mine based on my decision, I'll feel horrible if they run into issues too.
All they had to do was Fix my TV or send me a new one. I spent almost 4k on a TV that lasted 2.5 years. I'd encourage you to give your money to someone that will stand behind their quality.