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Putting LCD TV into chimney breast

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by honeydew, May 3, 2005.

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    I am renovating my house at the moment and am starting to plan the A/V invasion :thumbsup: and plan to invest in one of the new Tosh LCD TVs (either 37" or 42").

    In my lounge I have a chinmey breast and was wondering if anyone has mounted an LCD TV into one of these and can comment about heat? I will have a log burner along with a mantle piece so heat won't be rising directly over the TV but should be moved away by the mantle. Will this be OK?

    Also I am looking at placing the TV flush into the chimney - can anyone recommeded a way of fixing this in? I see these TVs are ~110cm deep can anyone confirm?

    Many thanks
     

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