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post #1 of 7 Old 02-13-2013, 08:14 PM - Thread Starter
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So I bought a Surround sound bar to go with my Plasma but now I am scared to use it lol.

Is it true that plasma's CANNOT be damaged by the magnetic field the speakers produce unlike the other types of T.V.'s?
I want to make SURE a year from now I don't have any damage due to something like this.

I was told it can take up to a year for the other T.V. types to show damage as it can do damage slowly over time.

I set my bar mount about 2.5 inches below the T.V. but have not placed it yet because I want to find out for CERTAIN whether the new speakers could damage the television.

Thanks everyone!
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post #2 of 7 Old 02-13-2013, 08:22 PM
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You are fine. Only CRT's are damaged by speaker magnets.
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Jeepers I ahvent heard the magnet talk for years ;-) bringing back memories......you shoudl be fine there are many many people that use soundbars under thier TV....
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You can run that Plasma through an MRI machine without hurting it.

But - how can a sound bar be "surround sound"? Does it have wireless rear speakers or sumthin?

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Na, Just 15 beam digital sound projector (sound bar) and a sub. Under the right room conditions they can and will give the surround effect.

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These also came with a wireless subwoofer you can put anywhere. It is actually made by Samsung.
Got it at Best Buy.
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I think Randy was joking......more of a tounge in cheek statement...
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