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Frame your plasma or LCD?

Posted by dim4fun (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 20, 06 at 11:49

Has anyone tried to put a frame around their plasma or LCD? I've seen several TV's recessed into a shallow niche but still don't care for the dominating look, especially over the fireplace where art or family photos are supposed to be. Putting a frame around a niche mounted TV looks nice but what about heat? They must leave a gap around the edges for air flow? How do they connect the frame to the TV?

Here is a link that might be useful: Framed TV

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RE: Frame your plasma or LCD?

I have been looking for a way to make a LCD or Plasma look nicer above a fireplace mantel. Our new home has a entertainment room where we intend on watching tv most. But our great room has a double sided gas fireplace aand would look great with a LCD above it. I just love that link thanks for sharing.

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