July 01, 2010 by Robert Archer
One of the great things about flat-panel televisions is that they fit in places that old CRT televisions don’t. These placement options allow homeowners to find creative ways to integrate a television into their homes without adding stress to their lives.
Helping to facilitate this these integration possibilities are products like Cabinet Tronix’s new Coastal Elements line of TV lift products.
Included in that line of products is the company’s Le Bloc Ebony Macassar (LEM) television lift. This lift cabinet is available with options such as a universal television mount and a universal remote control. Backed by a five-year warranty, the lift can be placed in places like at the foot of a bed, in the center of a room or against the wall, and homeowners can control the unit through its integrated IR/RF remote control signal repeater system.
The product also includes two HDMI inputs to allow homeowners to connect devices like their cable/satellite boxes and Blu-ray players. Plus the exotic veneer makes it an attractive piece in your media or living room, whether the TV is raised or retracted.
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Bob is a dedicated audiophile who has been writing about A/V for Electronic House sister publication CE Pro since 2000.
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