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Sharp's own wall bracket any good?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Hikikomori, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. Hikikomori

    Hikikomori
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    I'm looking at wall mounting my LC-32GD1.

    Sharp's own tilting wall bracket (AN37AG2) seems a good price at £150 rrp (£115 online :smashin: ). It looks a little bit flimsy looking to me though, could do with seeing it in the flesh...
    I've asked around all the usual places for a bracket, no one in my area has anything that'll take a 32" :confused: Sevenoaks said they could get me a nice one that they use with their 55" plasmas but it'd be overkill and cost nearer £200. They just recommended I buy Sharp's or give Unicol a call :rolleyes:

    Anyone know if Sharp's own bracket is worth the money?
     
  2. Judders

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    You could try this: VEDA Z847 I got mine yesterday, will be hanging it on Saturday. In the flesh, it certainly looks sturdy enough and more than up to the job. Is a flat non-swivel type and has VESA 75/100/200 holes. This link also has a pic on: http://www.hifistore.co.uk/product.php?qsProd=Z847

    HTH :)
     

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