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32WL48 - Wall-mounted at last

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Mike246, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. Mike246

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    For those who have or will be buying a Toshiba 32WL48, I have part-completed the installation of my Tosh on the wall. Needless to say, for those who admire the look of the Tosh, wall-mounting as a picture makes quite a statement.

    Brief details are Vogels static wall bracket, Toshiba home-cinema, Sky+ and video remoted to distant part of the room, loads of secreted cables,stud-partition plasterboard wall (thank you, B & Q, twenty quid delivery for fourteen quid's worth of plasterboard means you have just made it for this year's 'bunch of ****s' award) and a builder called Alan who thankfully knows what he's doing.

    Will attempt to answer any questions but at the moment am wrestling with Sky+ remote, television remote and home-cinema remote in that order to change channel, select source and set volume. Toshiba will be getting a call from me in the morning.
     

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    is your tosh the black frame version or is it just the colours are wrong on the pic
     
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    Silver and dark grey
     
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    Looks great to me :thumbsup: how is the Tosh performing?, this LCD is on my list to view and hopefully purchase.Is it coping ok with fast moving images i.e. footy etc.
     
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    Copes fine with footie on Sky Sports 1. Only problem I have seen is when they're showing all the Champions league games on Sky Sports 3 with the option to select, then it looks a bit ropey - but from a quality of picture viewpoint, not motion blurring. I assume that this is because, in this case, they are pumping all the information down one channel and the actual bitrate for any given game is puny
     
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    :thumbsup: now the kitchen is almost complete I know whats next on the cards :)
     

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