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Wall mounted Sony KE32TS2???

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by Deorch, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. Deorch

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    Im considering buying one of these, the size (as they say is important) can only got to a max of 37 (wife pressures :rolleyes: )

    The question I have is I read in a couple of magazines that this cant be wall mounted because of the integrated stand?? Seems strange and the shop guy says you can but I thought Id come to the source and ask!

    Anyone know? Or done this?

    Lemme know!:smashin:
     
  2. cjc1

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    My Sony Product catalogue and technical specification says you can get and option wall bracket SU-WTS1 for the KE-42TS2E and the KE-32TS2E.
     
  3. Deorch

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    Excellent!

    I should of thought of doing that :blush:

    Thanks Chap!
     
  4. cybersoga

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    It is possible but I wouldn't reccomend it, it doesn't have a flat back (it's curved) and the sockets come strait out the back so there's not going to be a lot of room for cables.
     
  5. Bernard Barnett

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    Agreed. If wall-mounting is your only option you should go for something else. By the time you've got your scarts in, the Sony would stick out at least six inches and maybe even a bit more.
     
  6. Deorch

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    hmmm food for thought

    Any suggestions of alternatives up to 37?
     
  7. Bernard Barnett

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    Hitachi and Philips do 32-inch plasmas but not sure how highly they're rated on here - suggest you do a search. I think Pioneer and Panasonic do 37-inch versions.
     
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    If you have a thing for Sony you could get the professional version, PFM-32C1...
     

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