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side tilting wall mount

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by dazed&confused, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. dazed&confused

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    Does anyone know of a plasma wall mount that tilts out sideways rather than downwards?

    This may sound daft but I'm thinking of mounting a plasma flat against a wall, right up against another wall in a corner so that you can pull it out to have it effectively facing out from the corner to watch and tucked away when not in use.

    Thanks.
     
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    damn. wish id seen that before i went down the stand route. thats exactly what i need!

    blue :rolleyes:
     
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    I had a panel of black walnut made, with shelves, that hinges on one side to the wall.
    Plasma is hung on a bracket on the panel, with DVD/sky/amp etc on the shelves below. Hides all cables behind the panel.

    Looks very good and does the job admirably.
     
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    Looking at that Universal Articulated Manual Plasma Mount I was wondering where the cables go?
     
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    The articulated arm has the advantage of being moveable.
    I can swing the arm out and the panel around to give good visibility depending on the seating arangement.
    My cables are few, thankfully. They exit the wall through one of the circular holes in the arm mount, and run along the arm, fastened on by a couple of cable ties.
    You can't see them unless the arm is extended, and your behind the panel.
     
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    B-Tech BT8003 + BT8500 which CPC stock. If you find you're going to buy from CPC and let me recommend you first I get some dosh :thumbsup: PM me if you want to be generous :)
     

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