Guides

  • Mounting an OLED TV on a TV Wall Bracket

    Have you just purchased a new OLED TV and want to wall mount it using an OLED TV Wall Bracket?

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  • How do I mount a TV on the wall and hide my cables?

    More people are now deciding to wall mount their TV in order to save space within their homes. But what do you do about all of the cables. The last thing you want to see after all of the work getting your TV bracket installed is cables dangling down from the TV.

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  • Wall Mounting a TV with a Soundbar

    As TV technology advances they are becoming thinner and thinner. This can affect the quality of sound that they produce as the TV’s have less depth for the speaker drivers, thus producing less bass. One way around this is to use separate speakers or a soundbar. But, what happens when the TV and soundbar are to be wall mounted? What happens when you want to turn the TV from side to side?

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  • Mounting TV’s in a Recess

    How do I mount my TV in a Recess? Recess mounting a new thin LED, LCD or Plasma TV provides a stunning centre piece for any room without taking up any of the space within the room. The main problem with mounting in a recess is getting access to the rear of the screen should cables need upgrading or changing or connecting new cables when new equipment arrives.

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  • VESA Adapter Plate for LG EG9xxx Range

    There are a few new LG screens which do not have the usual VESA fixings on the rear, so wall mounting them can be a problem. Future Automation have released an adapter plate that will solve this problem.

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  • QED have their say on why quality counts when it comes to HDMI Cables

    Many of our customers have seen TV programmes and forum contributors claiming that there is no difference between different grades of interconnect, particularly digital interconnects, like HDMI. QED have decided that it’s time to have their say. See their article below which is on their website and also publicised in the next What Hi-fi e-shot

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  • Will the Lava mMotion suit screens larger than 32 inches

    My LED TV is Larger than 37inch – is it compatible with the LRM901-S? We have created a simple guide to help you to check if your screen will suit.

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  • Wall Mounting a new Sony KDL W6/W7/W8/W9 Series TV

    Sony has continued to release a range of TV's that do not have the standard VESA wall fixings on the rear and can cause problems when wall mounting. These new TV's can be identified by their model number. Any Sony screen containing W6, W7, W8 or W9 in the model number are affected. We have come up with a solution that will allow customers to mount these Sony TV's with the wide range of the TV Wall Brackets that we sell on this website

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  • Modular AV Wall Plates - Designing your own custom wall plate

    We have a wide range of HDMI Wall Plates, Speaker Wall Plates and others available on our website. But there is always the requirement to have a custom wall plate to suit your exact requirements.

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  • What is VESA? - Wall Mounting my TV

    What is Vesa? If you are looking to mount your TV on the Wall you will no doubt have come across the term VESA or VESA compatible or VESA compliant VESA 100 x 100, 75 x 75, 200 x 100 and 200 x 200 etc - but what does this mean?

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  • Choosing the right TV Lift

    We have a wide range of TV Lifts available on our website and choosing the right one for you can be difficult. The first question to ask is what is the size of my TV? Obviously, the main task of any TV lift is to either lift or lower the entire TV from a cabinet or from the ceiling. So we need to know the height of the TV in order to ensure that the TV lift will be able to bring the whole set out of the cabinet or ceiling.

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