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Chrome Cable Tidy?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Sim1968, May 10, 2004.

  1. Sim1968

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    Hi,

    Had delivery of my Panny TH42PW6B last week, totally delighted with it. Have searched the forum to no avail about Chrome Cable tidy's. I have recently bought an Optimum 4 tier stand. Its lovely but its glass and shows all the cables at the back. I have chased the walls for the plasma (Scart and Component cables) But I'm under orders to tidy up the back of the stand. I was thinking about chrome cable tidy's?. Anybody know if these are available, where I can get them?

    Cheers
     
  2. chachi

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    Only chrome/silver I am aware of is designed/tailored for PC use ... http://store.over-clock.com/Cable_Braiding___Sleeving.html

    Might consider the maplin spiral natural/white depending on wall colour ... http://www.maplin.co.uk/products/module.asp?CartID=03090511535894&moduleno=26849&Products=5
     
  3. rolandrat

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    Do you mean solid crome pipes for cables?
    If so, I saw some in Focus DIY the other day - in the section for DIY shelving/cuboards etc - I think they are used for hanging stuff on etc (don't see the point of that, I just throw my stuff on the floor and it always gets cleaned and put away automatically!)
     
  4. Elvis

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  5. Sim1968

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    Thanks Elvis, looks like Vogels will do the trick. Cheers Chachi and Roland too.
     
  6. sponshagga

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    Also pipe lagging looks fairly neat and its easy to fit
     

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