My Setup Now!!!!!!!!!!!!

RABG

Active Member

RABG

Active Member
Werdenskrieg said:
Beautiful! Love it.



Love your system and your house:smashin:


Rab.
 

barijohn

Active Member
Looks stunning! Better not show the girlfriend or she'll be getting you round to do mine! :thumbsup:
 

John 1987

Well-known Member
Agree with everyones comments, stunning set-up.
 

joffy1780

Active Member
That looks awesome :eek: .
 

wiz

Distinguished Member
Great job!!!:hiya:
How does one achieve this setup AND hide the wires??

:lease:
 

RABG

Active Member
shahedz said:
stunning, where did you get the shelves from? not a wire in sight! beatiful!



NO shelves:devil:
Also Plasma mounted to plasterboard wall with NO fixings
into timber studs either!!!!!!




Rab
 

joffy1780

Active Member
RABG said:
NO shelves:devil:
Also Plasma mounted to plasterboard wall with NO fixings
into timber studs either!!!!!!




Rab

Ooooh,you little tease:devil: .
 

RABG

Active Member
joffy1780 said:
Ooooh,you little tease:devil: .



I try my best:devil:

Secret is lots of bluetack:eek: :devil:


Rab.
 

CFS

Active Member
Yeah! I'm completely baffled! Long pins maybe? I haven't a clue!!!
 

RABG

Active Member
shahedz said:
c'mon, put us out of our misery! how did you do it?




Hi All

Plasma mount on wall using Fischer UX fixings
these fixings work in solid,hollow or mixed substrates.
Bracket had 12 holes max ultimate load per fixng in 12.7mm
plasterboard (ux10 fixing i used) is 60kg pull out, recommended
load 10 kg ,plasma weighs 35.5 kg (USED ALL 12 HOLES) good
saftey factor.
Sat box and Dvd's siting on 2 or 3 steel rods fixed into
wall. Had advantage of cupboard behind wall to fix rods & feed
cables into but had to cut hatch in back wall to access fixings
etc for DVD recorder & HDMI player. Thickness of plasterboard
wall behind plasma etc was 200mm. If you have problems with
fixings PM me as i am a technical business manager selling fixings
if could not get it up on the wall then no one could.:)


RAB
 

joffy1780

Active Member
RABG said:
Hi All

Plasma mount on wall using Fischer UX fixings
these fixings work in solid,hollow or mixed substrates.
Bracket had 12 holes max ultimate load per fixng in 12.7mm
plasterboard (ux10 fixing i used) is 60kg pull out, recommended
load 10 kg ,plasma weighs 35.5 kg (USED ALL 12 HOLES) good
saftey factor.
Sat box and Dvd's siting on 2 or 3 steel rods fixed into
wall. Had advantage of cupboard behind wall to fix rods & feed
cables into but had to cut hatch in back wall to access fixings
etc for DVD recorder & HDMI player. Thickness of plasterboard
wall behind plasma etc was 200mm. If you have problems with
fixings PM me as i am a technical business manager selling fixings
if could not get it up on the wall then no one could.:)


RAB


Hmmm,as I suspected :devil: :D .
 

Kopite4Ever

Active Member
superb but why oh why are you stretching a 2:40:1 film (KK) to fill your screen i never know. If its during the running in phase i can let you off but you surely cant actually watch your films like that ?!?
 

RABG

Active Member
Kopite4Ever said:
superb but why oh why are you stretching a 2:40:1 film (KK) to fill your screen i never know. If its during the running in phase i can let you off but you surely cant actually watch your films like that ?!?



THANKS!

But why not stretch it paid to see a full screen not blacks bars
also hate screen logos on most sat tv stations.
Some of the music station are so bad that between black bars
top & bottom ,scrolling text and logos you only have about 75%:eek:
of the screen area you paid for:thumbsdow
If most films are shot in 2.35:1 or 2.4:1 tv screens should be that
ratio not 16:9 (1.85:1) anyway it aint as bad as you think i can play
around with various zoom settings and picture is not as bad as you
think.


Rab.
 

Kopite4Ever

Active Member
its just vertically stretched and imo makes it look terrible. People end up looking 7ft tall and weigh about 2 stone, but what ever floats your boat. The aspect ratio is 2:40:1 as this is how the director intended the film to be seen.
 

RABG

Active Member
:eek:
Kopite4Ever said:
its just vertically stretched and imo makes it look terrible. People end up looking 7ft tall and weigh about 2 stone, but what ever floats your boat. The aspect ratio is 2:40:1 as this is how the director intended the film to be seen.


Huge black bars look terrible to me for example when i go for a drive
i dont remove a wheel from the car.
Is it the Directors choice or is it the film stock size!
I mean you buy a large screen tv and 15-20 % of the screen is not used!
you dont listen to 5.1 sound in 4.1 do you:eek: The thing that worries me
most as screen resolutions increase a greater number of your hd pixels wont
be used which is really stupid dont you think:suicide: I would be better of
getting the largest 4:3 tv you can get then i can have really huge black
bars:rotfl: but that would make my boat the Titanic:( not the best at floating:rotfl:

Rab.
 

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