Taking TV Lifts To New Heights

As Plasma and LCD TV's continue the downward trend in pricing they are becoming ever so more available to consumers who 2 or 3 years ago could not afford them. With the increase in flat panel TV's sales comes the old age dilemma of where to place the TV once you have got it home.

Choosing The Right Projector Mount

Home theaters are becoming commonplace. Everything from huge DLP Projection TV's to customized acoustic walls/ceilings built to augment the 8-speaker surround-sound is proffered to the home theater enthusiast. Cinema (or stadium)-style seating is even available for the home! But not every home theater is created equally. Perhaps the most important consideration for the ultimate home theater experience is the projector…specifically, the HOW, WHICH, WHERE and WHAT…

Flat Panel Television Trend Breathes New Life into the 'Lift' Industry

Motorized lifts are "hot"again as innovative designs bring sophistication and convenience to homes and corporate offices. The flat panel profile, now down to 4-5 inches, means that building the television into walls, embedding the item into a piece of antique furniture, heirloom trunks and even ceilings is also more easily accomplished.

Installing Flat Screen Displays

The key to mounting success, and great viewing of your screen, as always, is careful planning and preparation.

Chief JWD-V Flat Panel Wall Mount

The installation could not have been easier, somebody with very little handy man experience could easily and confidently mount there flat screen Television, and if you do have question or concerns Chief provides a toll free customer service number you can call for assistance.

Selecting the Best Mount for Your Projector

There's a lot to consider when selecting a projector mount that provides the safety, security, style and appearance that fits your application.

What to do with that Plasma Display?

There are many options for concealing plasma displays. They can be broadly classified into moving and static categories.

ArtScreen Masking System - A Retractable Work of Art

Integrated into the ArtScreen housing, the SoundScape 360 features a fully dimensional sound compartment positioned below the plasma display, which meets all existing manufacturer's specifications. Within the audio compartment is an acoustically lined, sound dampening interior, dedicated to preserve sonic quality, integrity and performance.

Motorized TV Lifts

It's important to ask the right questions and get honest, direct answers. You'll be able to delight your customer in all aspects of the custom job.

Purchasing a Plasma or LCD TV? That's Not All You'll Need

Mounts are not just and accessory item, but a true companion to your flat panel TV, helping you maximize viewing pleasure. Whatever you decide, at least you're aware of your options.

The Flat Panel Business is Mounting

Flat panel are being installed in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and in some instances, garages. Some of these are installed in such a way that the panel can be viewed from multiple locations. To facilitate this, new cantilever or articulating mounts have been introduced.

AUTON Motorized Lift Systems

AUTON products are used throughout the world in fine homes, hotels, conference centers and boardrooms, aircraft, and watercraft.

Finding a Niche in A/V Installations

Unique installation situations such as this give one the opportunity to think outside the box, and combine style and function in a design.

What to do with that Plasma Display?

Here are 5 options for concealing that plasma display. The best option for you depends on the room, dcor, cabinetry, size of plasma display, budget, and a host of other factors.

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