Plasma wall

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by diesel, Mar 14, 2006.

  1. diesel

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    Hi
    As part of my self build I'm just building the partition wall between an en-suite and dressing room and the rest of the master bedroom.

    I intend to mount a Panasonic (PW4) 42" plasma on this wall and have made an opening which I think is the right size. Basically it will leave 40mm all round the plasma. Now I've built it I'm worried I wont actually be able to reach to mount the plasma onto the bracket.

    The problem I have is that the plasma and mount are in a storage unit and it would take me a day to get everything out in order to get to it.

    Does anyone who has already built a plasma wall have any dimensions for panasonic panels and wall mounts?

    How much bigger have people made the opening than the panel?

    Thanks in anticipation.

    I'll try and post some pictures tomorrow.

    Cheers
    Andy B
     
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    The best flush-fits always have rear access, thats going to be kinda awkward in a shower room :(
    Or how about an arm mount, that can fold into your recess?
     

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