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Flat Screen TV Install Episode 4

The TV is installed. That was relatively straightforward minus the electric untangling.

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The closet is done and getting populated.

Now.

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Putting in the TV boxes and making popcorn.

Flat Screen TV Install Episode 1

We are updating a client’s TV viewing. We are sending the projection screen TV packing and installing a new Visio 55” TruLED on a wall mount. Here is the old TV in its garage. This is as sharp as it gets.

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This is not a simple pull the plug, hang a bracket, mount the TV and go. It never is. This TV is mounted into the wall which made the pantry smaller.  Here is a diagram of the current pantry.

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Here is the pantry with the back of the TV garage. We will eliminate the box, install a shelf for the channel box , dvd player and other toys.
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The right side of the pantry has a small opening to get into the area behind the built in refer/freezer. Going to open that up and make that space a useful member of this household.

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Yes there are a lot of things that have to happen before we hang the TV on the wall. Remodeling is like that.

Flat Screen TV Price Drop

Flat screen TV is the cats ass for watching movies and series on DVD. Prices are gonna drop like an asteroid crashing into the sea. If you are thinking about one, after thanksgiving by about 10 days or so should see you getting a great deal.

This is my 42'' Visio. HD Programs are sharp enough to slice your eyeballs.  1080p and more plugs than you can possibly use in the back. Has 2 AV inputs, 2 Component inputs, with HDMI, which will play blue ray as well as standard DVD's
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I watch a lot of movies and series TV. I own them all. I build my own shelving. There is nothing like watching an entire season without commercial interruption. Admittedly, 22 'hour' long episodes makes for a long day, but with a comfy chair, a hot air popcorn popper, and beverages, it is doable. Plus you can take breaks anytime you want.

Not a lot of series go 22 anymore, it is more like 12-15, but it extremely enjoyable this way. So much so, that I watch only a few actual shows at the time that they are on. There is enough stuff going on that I can wait until the season comes out on DVD.

Enough about my habits, since this is about flat screen TV's. Also, keep your eyes peeled for Tool bargains as the housing market has put a real hurt on the big box stores as well as electronics and just about everything that goes into houses.