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I need a wall mounted DVD player!

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Judith, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. Judith

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    Since I am going to wall mount my LCD TV I would like to have a DVD player mounted below it. I have tried looking on the internet but have only found one that is part of a very expensive home cinema set up. Any suggestions?
     
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    try vogels mounts. They are made for that and not to expensive. www.vogels.com
     
  5. Judith

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    Very funny!!! But I think Vogels is a better suggestion.
     
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    cause to mount below you need room to put disc in etc which will make it look detached from TV (i used to work for a very lifestyle dealer and to the side worked better re cables etc)
     

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