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Really need some advice for Plasma on Wall


Novice Member
Hi All,

I'm moving into my new house and want to put my 55" plasma on the chimney wall.

i am thinking of using trunking to house a power lead, hdmi cable and 3 speaker wires to the amp which will sit just next to the chimney.
Can anyone advise me where i can get some D shape trunking around 3-5m?

The other option i thought about was making a channel in the brink and papering it over but my wife really doesn't want me to do this :nono:

Can anyone advise me on this please.


Established Member
B&q or prob any other big DIY store will have D trunking


Go with a decent chisel bit and you don't really need to go crazy to get a good chase in brick unless its engineered, even better if thermal breezeblock as it chews through no problems but the dust is a PITA

You will achieve a better finish and if your only doing it once you may as well do it right first time. I have seen trunking work well if it can be hidden with smart design but I did it with my house in most of the rooms where I wall mounted tvs

the wife complained for awhile but shes over it now I bought her a few pairs of shoes :D


Novice Member
are there any videos or instructions on the best way to go about this anywhere?

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