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Old 06-23-2014, 02:35 PM   #1
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Neat way to mount a home theater speaker bar

Worked this weekend mounting my flat screen TV where the old tube TV went.

Also picked up a Visio home theater system, as well. It has a long speaker bar and wireless subwoofer. Now, how to install it all without drilling and tearing everything up to make it work.

Think I found a method some will like.

I am also going to make a strap for the passenger visor that will keep the shelf level for the blu ray player. You can see the wireless subwoofer behind the TV. The TV enclosure makes for a great echo chamber...

All of it goes back into the cabinet when not in use, as well as the straps.

I still need to devise a way to cover the open space behind the TV.






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Nice job! Looks great.

Mine is a center TV cabinet and the frame drops down below the bottoms of the cabinets on either side so I couldn't really find a good spot for a sound bar. Then I had a brainstorm. There's a nice radio in the dash of the RV with nice large speakers. So I just found the correct input plug for my fancy dash radio (after market Panasonic) and run a cable down to it. Nice rich sound from the RVs built in speakers. Saved money too.

I do sort of miss having a speaker bar to play with though. I love electronic toys. My brothers speaker bar even has a nice subwoofer connected via IR.
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