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wall bracket for lg rz42px11

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by googlybear, Dec 1, 2004.

  1. googlybear

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    Hi
    has anyone got a wall mount for this Plasma. I am looking for one but people keep saying that certain ones will block the scart sockets. Anyone had any luck and if so where can i buy from?
     
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    Hi

    I got mine from commet when I bought the plasma, it wasn't cheap but it clears the scarts without problem. Its a universal tilt wall mount and costs £200. I reakon I will be using it long after the LG has gone in the bin

    Cheers

    JustinP
     
  3. googlybear

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    hi
    just to let people know. I have bought a tilting bracket from av2000 which they assure me does not impede the scart sockets on the back and it only cost £60.
     
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    Is that online? link?

    Thanks
     
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    Gbear have you got the mount yet?

    If you could follow up with how well it mounts and its OK then I will get the fixed one. I notice it has a depth of 34mm which will be tight on those scarts but might make it.

    Did you require the extender plates?

    M
     
  7. googlybear

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    im not sure yet. I should receive it today and so i will be checking it tonight. I will post my findings tomorrow
     
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    Hi all
    i can confirm that the bracket from AV2000 does indeed work on the PX11. You do however need to buy the extension plates at an extra 18GBP but still this only brings the total to 78GBP

    Not bad at all

    Very happy :clap:
     
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    £78 so you got the flat one like I wanted.

    Could you confirm a good fit and strong build. Also when you have hung the unit is there room for sliding the panel left or right as few inches?

    The extenders are for the width I take it and do your scarts just miss the wall ie. the screen is as tight as your gonna get without channeling a recess into the wall for the scarts?

    Cheers
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    I got the tilting unit and it is a good strong build that i would certainly trust to hang 30KG from. I am going to channel the cables into the wall anyway but there is still room for the scart cables without channeling. The extenders are for width and there is room to slide left and right about 2"
     

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