Television Wall Mounting

By: Ringwood TV Antenna Installs & Service  03-Aug-2012
Keywords: Television, Home Theatre, Tv Installation

If you have a flat screen television (Plasma or LED/LCD) or are going to purchase one, it’s worth considering mounting the TV on the wall. This will make your room appear more spacious, reduce clutter and give the room a modern look. The process is generally straight forward and usually only requires a minimum of alteration to the wall.

We currently stock a range of TV brackets that will suit most television sizes. If you do not have a bracket, our technicians can supply one for you on the job. Some brackets feature the ability to tilt and/or pivot, whilst others are designed to be slim line. If you require a bracket, let us know what features interest you so we can help you choose the right bracket for your television.

Where possible, we can hide the leads running between your television and audio visual equipment in the cavity of the wall*. Typically, a longer than usual lead is required to fit in the wall cavity. We currently stock HDMI, Composite, Component and Optical leads in longer lengths and can supply and install on the job if needed.

Our technicians are also experienced antenna installers, so if you need a new TV point for your wall mounted television or just require an existing point moved up the wall, we offer that service as well.

If you would like to have the ability to easily move the cabinet that holds your audio visual equipment away from the wall, without the nuisance of removing leads from the back of the equipment or the concern of damaging the leads from over stretching them, we have a solution. Wall plates with AV inputs to suit leads such as HDMI, component, composite and speakers provide an easy disconnection point between the television and the equipment. The AV leads in the wall cavity connect to the back of the wall plate located near the skirting board. Shorter leads then run between the front of the wall plate and the audio visual equipment. When moving the cabinet, the leads are simply unplugged from the wall plate. When it comes time to move the cabinet back, the colour coding of the inputs match the leads, making the task of plugging the leads back in an easy one. You could also choose to have a wall plate behind the television to allow for removal of the TV without the leads showing. The inputs for the wall plates are customised to your specific requirements determined by what leads are running between the TV and AV equipment. By choosing to implement this solution, you will have a clean professional looking installation as opposed to leads hanging out of the wall.

* Hiding leads is only possible in a cavity wall that is free of obstructions.

Keywords: Audio Visual Installation, Av Installation, Home Cinema, Home Theatre, Home Theatre Installation, Lcd Wall Mount, Television, Tv Brackets, Tv Installation, Tv Wall Mount

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