This saved Me at Least £400

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  1. kevin444

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    Got a Price For Getting My Screen Fitted To The wall and was looking at another £300-500, My Mrs Was not happy as id already Over Spent On LCD/ And scarts. Also had just wallpapered and didnt fancy Messing with chiseling walls

    http://www.d-line-it.co.uk/area.php?areaKey=13&pageKey=71&menuKey=13

    Its very cheap @ £17.00 Comes in different colours and Fits In Seconds.

    Deffo Worth a Look .
     
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    Jesus £15 for a 5ft piece of plastic trunking .... I should co-co. :thumbsdow your not a salesman for the company are you.
     
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    No Im Not a Salesman Im Actually a Therapist. The Price i thought was fine, It has a hinge and can be opened as many times as you want and I couldnt find anything near it price wise. Ill Post a Pic Of My Screen and See What You Think
     
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    It looks just like trunking to me, but I suppose each to their own.
     
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    £17 seems pretty good to be, the only other thing I have come across is a system by a company called Vogal but it is 3 times the price and is only available in what looks like polished aluminium where as my TV is like aluminium plastic and black.

    It's a lot better than that square rubbish. How easy was it to fit?
     
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    Was Really east To Fit, Has Like Stick Stuff On The Back. But I drilled and Plugged The Wall. You fit all you cables inside and close the hinged Lid.

    I maybe Should have got the aluminium Though.

    What You Think ??
     
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    Depends upon what you want really, I think I would go for the Aluminium but the white blends in nicely with the walls.

    Having had a look at the web site I may go for black as that is the colour of the TV's surround.

    Which ever one you choose its going to look better than the square stuff and cost a lot less than recessing.

    The flooring stuff looks good as well to take the power cables to the sockets.
     
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    i have a 42" wall plasma, my kids kept pulling cables out of the telly which did my head in ,as i kept having to buy new scart leads, i searched for ages looking for a decent solution coz i didnt want to recess. praise be to the lord found trunking to do what i wanted, it only cost me a tenner,its the best tenner i have ever spent see it at www.d-line.co.uk
     
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    Your first two posts as a new member recommending d-line, you are not affiliated with them in anyway are you?
     
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    no not at all, im a copper (sorry to you all)
     
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    Inzaman - just had a look at your Home Cinema v nice - My lass complained about me spending £1.5k on a plasma for the sitting room.
     
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    Nice setup...

    I have the exact same AV stand and its a beaut...
     
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    Well I decided to take a look at the D-Line stuff as well. The plasma pack was really easy to install and there was no problem putting all of the cables through.

    I also got some that runs around the bottom of the skirting boards, a bit like beading you use on laminate floors. I have all of my power cables running through it to the sockets.

    I would definitely advise it to anyone who is looking for a cheap option and wants something simple. Worth taking a look.
     
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    How interesting that kevin444, neil879 and [email protected] all posted from the same ip address and all registered within 3 hours of each other. BUSTED!!!!
    Definitely someone trying to promote this website/product in an underhanded manner.
    All users banned and .tlc-direct. added to the swear filter as punishment.
     
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    Most probably. Banned.
     
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