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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by john.-h123, Oct 1, 2005.

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    i am planning my new room setup, positions of trunking for all cables etc, my plasma will be wall mounted and i just wandered how many fixings are required (going into thermolite blocks) and if possible what sort of size wall brackets are so i do not fit trunking where the bracket will go, as i said earlier i will fixing into thermolite blocks so i do not want to obstruct the bracket to get as many screws in as possible.
     
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    thanks for reply, what mount did you use and do you have the dimensions if poss. read your thread , very precise i thought , hows the screen as its the one at the top of my list.
     
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    I used the fixed RS-100 wall mount.

    http://www.rs100.co.uk/index.html?target=p_1009.html

    They have installation instructions and dimension on their site. The frame comes in two parts, the wall mount and a pair of vertical bars.

    You basically fix the vertical bars to the back of the screen, mount the wallmount and then hook the screen onto the frame via keyways.

    If your fairly competent with DIY then it shouldn't take more than a couple of hours to do it properly although you will need two people to lift the screen into position.

    Yeah, I’m pleased with the screen and have no regrets so far.

    Good luck with the install.
     

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