- 1 Where do you put wall mounted TV parts?
- 2 What do you put under a wall mounted TV?
- 3 Can a DVD player be mounted on its side?
- 4 How do you hide electronics from a wall mounted TV?
- 5 How can I hide my TV cords without cutting the wall?
- 6 Where do you put cable box for wall mounted TV?
- 7 Does TV have to be centered on wall?
- 8 How high on the wall should a TV be mounted?
- 9 What color should your wall be behind your TV?
- 10 Does a DVD player have to lay flat?
- 11 Can I mount a Blu Ray player vertically?
- 12 Can you stand a Blu Ray player on its side?
- 13 How do I hide my DVD player?
- 14 How do you fish a HDMI cable through a wall?
Where do you put wall mounted TV parts?
You can set them on a shelf, or a piece of furniture under the TV, or mount them on the wall. We make three different types of shelving and component mounts that are perfect for components. This the easiest solution, and it also makes it easy for your remote(s) to “see” and communicate with your components.
What do you put under a wall mounted TV?
If you don’t want to go all in with a piece of furniture but still want something beneath (or around) TV, floating shelves are a great option. They help pull your TV into the overall design of the room – helping eliminate the “black box effect,” and they provide a lot of flexibility as well.
Can a DVD player be mounted on its side?
All players should have a magnet clamp that grabs the disc from both sides at the center hub. We use dvd-rom drives all the time at work, on their sides. If the tray has clips on it to hold the disc in when operated vertically, no problem.
How do you hide electronics from a wall mounted TV?
Run TV Wires Behind the Wall
The best solution for keeping the cords of a wall–mounted TV out of sight involves hiding them behind the wall itself using recessed cable plates (e.g., Datacomm Cable Organizer Kit, available on Amazon).
How can I hide my TV cords without cutting the wall?
Here are a few cheap and easy ways to hide your TV wires without cutting into your walls.
- Use Cord Clips to Hide Your Wires Behind a TV Stand.
- Use Zip Ties to Keep Your Wires from Touching the Floor.
- Use a Cable Management Box.
- Use a Wall Cord Raceway Kit.
- Hide Your TV Wires Inside a Baseboard Raceway.
Where do you put cable box for wall mounted TV?
One idea for where to put your cable box is to use shelves that are also wall mounted. These are typically placed below the television and can accommodate multiple devices in a variety of arrangements.
Does TV have to be centered on wall?
Staring up at a TV is like sitting in the front row of a movie theater. It’s not ideal, not comfortable, and not conducive to long viewing sessions. Generally speaking, you want the center of the TV to be about eye level, or even slightly lower. This is true whether you’re mounting the TV, or putting it on a stand.
How high on the wall should a TV be mounted?
As a rule, a 42” television should be mounted about 56 inches from floor to TV center, a 55” TV should be around 61 inches, a 65” TV should be around 65 inches’ floor to center, and a 70” television should be mounted about 67 inches to the center of the screen.
What color should your wall be behind your TV?
If you absolutely don’t want to notice your TV in your overall decor, paint the wall behind the tv in a dark, muted color. Deep grays and charcoal can be beautiful when used in this way, especially if you want a color with depth.
Does a DVD player have to lay flat?
Regular dvd drawers don’t have these. If you try to turn it vertical, the disc will slide out of position, and possibly jam in the player. If you’re just talking about doing it while not in use, that should be ok.
Can I mount a Blu Ray player vertically?
Yes, you can use any slot-load drive in a vertical orientation.
Can you stand a Blu Ray player on its side?
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You can stand it on its side, you may need to balance it with something to keep it from falling over. When you add the cover, it stands on its side.
How do I hide my DVD player?
Option 1: Put them on a shelf or a furniture
One of the options to hide a DVD player or virgin box when your TV is on the wall is to simply leave them on sight. If you don’t want to hang them on the wall, you can well place them on a shelf as well.
How do you fish a HDMI cable through a wall?
The simplest way is to unhook one of your existing cables and tape a string to the end. When you pull it out, you pull the string in. Then tape the HDMI cable along with the existing cable to the string and pull them both back in through the two horizontal studs.