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Plasma in bedroom

Posted by jade12 (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 7, 07 at 14:54

Hi - we are getting ready to hang a 50 inch plasma in the master bedroom. We are thinking about the installing the wall mounted shelves under the plasma versus a seperate piece of furniture for the equipment. We are hooking up 2 units, a tivo and dvd/vcr. Does anyone have one and does it make the room look junky? We currently have Cherry wood furniture in the room. Thanks


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RE: Plasma in bedroom

Any possibility of hiring a pro to do the install?

Wall mount the PDP.
Use a Panamax MIW-POWER W/MIW-5RCA.
Route the Component Video Cables to a wall plate.
Place DVD/Tivo (NO VCR) in a nice piece of furniture.
Use a good RF remote control.

If you MUST use a VCR, then you'll need the MIW-POWER-3BAY & 2 MIW-5RCA, along with the additional cabling and a double gang wall plate.

Note: The 5RCA items have BNC connectors. You'll need proper fittings, or adapters.


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