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Wall mount DVD system

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by ksteed, Mar 14, 2005.

  1. ksteed

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    Hi Guys,
    Does anyone out there know of an all in one dvd system that I can wall mount flush on the wall, Well, the dvd part of the system anyway. I know pioneer done something like it a year or so ago, but I cant find anyone that does one.
    Not bothered if the speakers are built in with the player, or, seperate sub & speakers. Want to stick it on the wall in the kitchen for music and to feed the LCD screen.

    :lease:

    Many thanks
     
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    sorry must have missed it.
    Looks like a B&O is the only option at the moment. Anyone know how much it is. Knowing B&O it will be dear. Someone must do something similar
    As it is the kitchen, I don't mind spending around £1,000
    Kitchen is about 25ft x 15ft so I would like something half descent.


    Kev
     
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    You having a laugh? B&O only £1000?
    Hold your breath, the Beocenter 2 is £2500

    It seems really odd to me that with so many wall mounted TVs on offer, no one has any wall mounted equipment to go with it
     
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    nice looking set.

    Shame no component outputs
     
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    Thanks guys,
    I like the look of the B&O. £2500 ? and I suppose speakers are extra.
    Her in doors wanted to put the kid in kennels and have a romantic holiday.
    Now how do I tel her that instead I am going to buy the B&O instead ? ? ?

    Darling, just think of the nice evenings we could have here in the kitchen etc, etc, etc.

    If anyone else knows of a cheaper solution, it could save me cooking for myself.

    Thanks guys
     

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