Hiding cables when wall hanging a LCD Tv

stewartthemole

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I have a 37" LCD Tv that I want to hang on the wall , I already have a suitable wall bracket but the problem I have is how do u hide all the cables as I don`t fancy seeing several cables running down the wall for the power scart leads etc.
I thought about cutting a chase out the wall and then plastering them in but u would need very long cables and if u wanted to add anything later u would be stuffed.Does any-one know where to buy suitable cables or extention cables / junction boxes etc or any advice on how u hung yours on the wall without seeing all the crap would really be appreciated

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I built a stud wall during a recent decorating project.
I can drop as many cables as I need down the back to a cupboard below containing my htpc and other stb's

The bracket is fixed with coach screws to the wooden studwork.

There's a pic here.
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http://www.digitalworldz.co.uk/index.php?threads/8428/7&page=13

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I built a stud wall during a recent decorating project.
I can drop as many cables as I need down the back to a cupboard below containing my htpc and other stb's

The bracket is fixed with coach screws to the wooden studwork.

There's a pic here.
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http://www.digitalworldz.co.uk/index.php?threads/8428/7&page=13

Curly

You cant beat stud walls for hiding cables, ive seen a few new builds with them. As for hiding them if you dont fancy putting up a stud wall you could always use a cable tidy like here it beats all the cable anyday, its how ive got them in my bedroom.
 
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stewartthemole

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Yup thats how I want it curly with the cables totally hidden but I don`t fancy putting up a false wall.
It will be mounted on a chimney breast with existing gas fire removed ,the hole bricked up and a new electric log effect fire attached to the surface of the wall (Low level).
I thought about knocking a hole into the chimney and dropping the cables down there and then knock another hole at the side but as stated b4 I would need pretty long cables unless u can get extention scart leads etc as the longest I have seen are just a couple of metres.
Also the wall at the chimney breast looks pretty dam thick and would take quite a bit to knock through but any sugestions are welcome as I want it to look the same as a picture would (just hanging there with nothing round about it)

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Yup thats how I want it curly with the cables totally hidden but I don`t fancy putting up a false wall.
It will be mounted on a chimney breast with existing gas fire removed ,the hole bricked up and a new electric log effect fire attached to the surface of the wall (Low level).
I thought about knocking a hole into the chimney and dropping the cables down there and then knock another hole at the side but as stated b4 I would need pretty long cables unless u can get extention scart leads etc as the longest I have seen are just a couple of metres.
Also the wall at the chimney breast looks pretty dam thick and would take quite a bit to knock through but any sugestions are welcome as I want it to look the same as a picture would (just hanging there with nothing round about it)

Regards

Stu

That's what I had m8
I took the chimney breast out and you're right, fookin hard work !!!
Here are some more shots of the same wall.

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Would you still be using scart leads or be switching to HDMI as you can get those in long lengths

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Very impressive Curly, quite a job you did there.:Clap:
 
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