Motorised plasma wall mount

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by c-ellerby, Jan 2, 2007.

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    What looks particularly good for the Lava LMV-601.2 is that it is well suited to corner positions in a room as it has a large rotation angle. I think it was 45dg or maybe more. Plus it takes the TV back to flush against the wall so you can either watch it or have it neatly tucked away.

    I got a response back from morethanplasa.tv stating that the mount costs £325 inc. VAT and delivery.

    If I do get to the point of buying one I'll add something in here, but I'm still a good way from getting a wall mount at the moment.

    Jed
     
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