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flat screen tvs storage prob

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banned9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
i brought a 42 inch flat tv

its now hanging on a wall

but where do i place my sky box/ dvd player etc....

anyone know where or how i need to hang my dvd/sky box on wall as dont fancy a floor stand! =- - been to currys/dixons no joy
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banned9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
A shelf?
#2
Surely you're running this through a seperates set up & multiple speakers so where's your 'stereo'??!......can't your Sky box, DVD & all those etc's go with that??!?

....maybe 2 nails in the wall & throw it all in a hammock??!?






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banned#3
no! .... speakers built in to tv. currently the digi box/dvd player are sitting on floor- tripping over them

by the looks of things no one has managed to make a wall storage with doors to go along plasma tvs
#4
I fancy wall mounting my 40" Bravia, but don't really want to chase in all the cables to the plasterboard wall.
#5
tamper
I fancy wall mounting my 40" Bravia, but don't really want to chase in all the cables to the plasterboard wall.

I'd be more worried about the plasterboard wall holding the TV in the first place...
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ROKO


by the looks of things no one has managed to make a wall storage with doors to go along plasma tvs



Even if someone did make a unit with doors, it is not a good idea to place a Sky Receiver in an enclosed cabinet due to heat build up, it would probably die in a few months.
#7
best option is a shelf id think
#8
Had a flat screen for years no need to chase cables into wall as cable can be disguised with trunking or false skirting (fits over existing skirting board).
I have cable connections five metres long running from all boxes from a wall unit in lounge to TV.
The unit has front doors but no back to allow airflow and the doors are opened when using TV. This house`s all electrical boxes including stereo, DVD player, two digital boxes and a computer for net surfing

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