What else should I bury .....

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by John, Jun 12, 2004.

  1. John

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    The time is fast approaching for me to start hacking out plasterboard in anticpation of the decorator arriving. I have my Thor Scart and 2 sets of components in use so they are a forgone , but should I also bury a DVI-D cable , and if so what flavour ;) hdmi - dvi-d or dvi-d - dvi-d , obviously ny current dvd player does not support this , but am looking to do this as some minor form of future proofing. any advise welcome
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    ps , altho its a cable question , thought I may get more response from people in the plasma section
     
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    If you put trunking in the wall for the cables to run through and put a pull string in there as well, you won't have to worry about additional cables at a later date as they'll be easy get in.

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    Had considered doing that , but with the trunking having a 1m drop followed by a rightangle turn and a 2m run to the stand , I envisioned a nightmare trying to pull the terminations round the corner :eek: .Ultimatley , I guess this is what I'll end up doing , I thought if I could bury them now , it would save a lot of trouble later :clown:

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