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Plasma mounting on Wall

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by BoomBoom, Sep 24, 2004.

  1. BoomBoom

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    Hi All,

    I am planning on purchasing a Richer Sounds universal wall bracket to fix my Hitachi PD5200 to a stud wall.

    As it is to be mounted on an internal wall, specifically wall with under stairs cupboard. Because of this I am planning on finding the studs and putting as many fixings as I can into those I am also planning on drilling right through the wall and fixing a section of wood to the other side of the wall. So it will be bracket --> plasterboard x 2 --> wood attached by bolts.

    What does everyone think? That is enough to hold it up right?

    Thanks Boom.
     
  2. alan8477

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    Don't know the Richer Sounds mount, by my Omnimount instructions say fixing to timber studs is fine. I have just installed a 50inch Viera using the 4 supplied screws into breeze block. It is rock solid. Your solution sounds very robust. Just as a matter of detail, the screws supplied by the manufature located in 1/2 inch diam. holes (so they were substantial).
     

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