Look! The good example of TV installation

LCD TV and sound installation

Just found that picture on the Unplggd web site. Probably this is the best TV installation I seen ever! No any visible wires and stylish audio components. I’d like to know more about that installation. So, if you have some info, please, drop the comment.

UPDATE: The installation is used KEF KHT 3005 5.1 surround sound system (thanks to Paulo Hoppe for info!).

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  • 7 comments:

    1. Kevin, 21. January 2010, 21:11

      All my TV installs are wire-free. I think the secret is to not be afraid to tear into some walls.

      In one installation, I had a closet directly behind the TV. I used a piece of pvc pipe and some grommets as a conduit. The wires go behind the TV, through the wall to a shelf with all the components. IR Repeater handles the remote (wired, not wireless).

      In my other installation, I did not hesitate to just a cut a big slit all the way across the wall. It’s not a big deal, just save the piece you cut out, and screw it back in place after. If you don’t have enough stud coverage for the piece you cut out, put a small piece of wood behind the hole, screw it to the sheetrock on both sides of the hole, and then use it as a base to screw the patch piece to. Mar the edges with the back of a screw driver and fix the crack with joint compound. Easy, and no raised patch area. Which brings me to my next point, never, ever use the square metal/mesh patches. You will spend forever trying to feather the compound across the wall.

       
  • Paulo Hoppe, 22. January 2010, 4:10

    This guy is using a KEF KHT300 series speaker kit, an excellent system, which offers the alternative of a wireless subwoofer.

     
  • Michael Stepanov, 22. January 2010, 16:53

    Kevin, thanks for the good explanation of how to hide wires. So you have some pictures of your work?
    Paulo Hoppe, thanks for the information about speaker kit. It looks great!

     
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  • Frank Rogers, 29. January 2010, 1:46

    Wires are easy to hide. We install TV’s and hide the wires just as well all day long! Check out my pictures TV Installations In CT

     
  • Michael Stepanov, 2. February 2010, 17:26

    Thanks, Frank, for interesting link. I know that it’s easy to hide wires. But I also like the whole style of that room. It looks very professional. Like comparing AMG tuned Mercedes and work of some ordinary tuners.

     
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    We carry all different length cables and various wall mounting brackets on board. All our work is carried out by professional specialised AV installers, that ensure all the work is to highest standards, and ensure you are happy with everything. We are happy to calibrate equipment such as audio visual equipment, games consoles, hi-fi equipment etc…

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