Given how reliant modern TV's are on network connected services it never ceases to surprise me how bad the included network hardware is. Would it really cost that much much to include a gigabit ethernet port and wifi6?
I sort of thought this might be a grey area, so I'm mounting mine myself. After mounting my last few, I have ultimate confidence in these fixings for thru plasterboard to an outside wall.
You can be sure they wouldn't turn up with what I want, so I'm just going to crack on (with the help of my father (bubble safe) for muscle when required).
The latest public firmware is 03.21.16. Mine hasn't updated either yet. If you want to it is possible to download the firmware to a USB from the LG site and install from that. I'm just going to wait until it gets pushed to my TV though.Can nobody help? Does nobody have the update?
Just got an update this morning, 03.21.16, no idea what it does yet.The latest public firmware is 03.21.16. Mine hasn't updated either yet. If you want to it is possible to download the firmware to a USB from the LG site and install from that. I'm just going to wait until it gets pushed to my TV though.
Is it through to an outside wall where you won't locate in stud?Hi guys finally decided to take my 65gx out of the box. Hoping you can give some tips. The bit in blue is where the stud behind the plasterboard is, so do I need to use the red plugs that came with the mount? Can I just use 2 of the long screws that came with the mount for the blue bit where the stud is and use plasterboard anchors/wall plugs with smaller screws for the other 6 as I don't think there is more wood behind the rest of the wall.
Is it through to an outside wall where you won't locate in stud?
Ok, same as me. I used Rigifix m6 anchors. Have for all installations the past few years. They’re excellent and hold firm without need for stud if that’s necessary.Its an internal wall, so its plasterboard, stud frame behind and then breeze block wall with the garage on the other side. My old TV mount went straight into the breeze block wall after i cut out a piece of plaster, but that wall had enclaves so got it all taken out and made flush ready for the GX. I did make the guy put a little square hole in for the wires, but i think its way too high up for the gx so i might have to patch and paint and cut another square hole towards the bottom.