May 19, 2009 by CE Pro
Q. We recently installed a 32” Sony LCD on a wall near our kitchen. Now, of course, after the purchase and installation, I think the TV “sticks out” too far on the wall. I have seen framed TVs in a number of high profile restaurants and hotels. Do you know where I can find someone who makes and ships a frame that could be snapped on? Or do you have another suggestion? - Bill, San Diego
A. Steve O. of Stealth Acoustics gives us this response, courtesy of CE Pro.
There are a number of options here, but one very cost-effective solution is CoverArt by Stealth Acoustics.
Some examples of the Cover Art moldings:
Morgan Harman of The Tech Source:
You could go with a finish carpenter or find a fabrication shop that works with other materials. Expect it to be pricey, probably as much as the TV. A quick search pulls up some other options, this being one of the first I found: www.flatscreenfinishings.com
And here are some suggestions, courtesy of CE Pro Editor Julie Jacobson:
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