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Power Inverters......Pure Sine vs. Modified Sine...Analog vs. Digital?

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I am going to be picking up an inverter to run in my fish house. I will be getting around a 600w one. I have heard that some of them create lines on an lcd tv. Do I want to run a Pure Sine inverter vs. a modified sine? If I do need a pure sine, do I need to go with digital, or will analog be OK without interference? Also, I will be running off of (2) interstate group 27s. Does anyone have any schematics on how they've hooked everything up?

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I have read a bit on this subject,although, not necessarly as it applies to LCD TV. I could not find anything saying you need a pure sine or Digital sine inverter. Before you buy, make the store put it on an inverter first and then you will know for sure. Here is a site to give you some info.

http://www.donrowe.com/inverters/inverter_faq.html#tv

Good Luck!

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