- TV on wall, cables though to other side
This is what my Cable looks like:
Posted 1 month ago
You don’t want to see the cable I’ve just laid.Posted 1 month ago
If the op cuts a 42″ hole won’t that be too big even allowing for the bezel? TV sizes are measured diagonally so he might be able to get away with a 40″ hole depending upon bezel? Of course that is also dependant upon the op cutting the hole to the same aspect ratio of a modern WS tv. So either 16:9 or 1.78:1.
Someone needs to check this out with a bit of Pythagoras? I know someone will.
Also want to say I love this thread. This is what stw is all about.Posted 1 month ago
If the op cuts a 42″ hole won’t that be too big even allowing for the bezel?
Maybe, but it would ruin the joke if the hole was any other size.Posted 1 month ago
Good point perchy and that is why you are the genius of the joke on stw!Posted 1 month ago
Why not mount the TV on the ceiling and run the cables through the loft? Nice and neat and easy to watch in bed…
For a proper job, cut a hole in the ceiling – pass the Tv through and hang it on wires attached to the rafters. Then plasterboard around the back of the TV and paint it all in so it looks nice.Posted 1 month ago
The previous owners of our house knocked a fist sized hole through the wall to pass the plug for the TV through 🤦🏿♂️
Expanding foam and a bit of filler and it’s fine now!Posted 1 month ago
Cut the blue wire. DO NOT CUT THE BROWN WIRE.Posted 1 month ago
Or is it the other way round?Posted 1 month ago
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