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False chimney breast for plasma for £489?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by yellowpostit, Jul 7, 2005.

  1. yellowpostit

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    What do you reckon to this? Is it a good price?...

    ...from http://www.artisan-design.co.uk/electricholeinwall.htm

    "K1 plasma chimney breast, custom made to house your plasma TV. We can also accomodate centre speakers ets. Picture shows Odyssey fire installed. Artisan manufacture the chimney breast in house. Picture shown is 60" wide x 10" deep x your ceiling height, but can be made to ANY size.All of the cabling can be concealed within the false chimney breast, we can also manufacture units to house ancillary equipment such as video, dvd, satellite etc (see our furniture section)

    Cost of chimney breast custom made to house plasma TV is £489 incl vat"

    see pic attached (hopefully)
     

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  3. yellowpostit

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    Sorry, try this...

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  4. yellowpostit

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    any offers?
     
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    Ahh that company is about 2 miles from where i live! .. never heard of them though
     
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    think its steep considering you'll have to fit it yourself anyhow.... if your gonna be able to fit it then your gonna be able to knock something like that up dont you think?
     
  7. yellowpostit

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    I notice that they've put the plasma in an inset.

    does that make it harder to manouvre it on to the wall bracket? I mean, do you have to slide plasmas onto wall brackets from the top, or do they kind of 'slot in' from directly in front?
     

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