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Old 11-03-2017, 12:26 PM   #9
Steve Rindsberg
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Another thought: if this TV's going to be somewhat in the background and bearing in mind that a YouTube video isn't going to be created/viewed in high resolution, you might be able to do a passable job of constructing a fake TV and for the "screen", use a transparency backed up by some opal plex or diffusion gel (check a company called Rosco for stuff like this; theatrical/photo supply places will carry it) and backlit.

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