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Wires From Tv And Dvd Players

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dear all,

how do you guys deal with the wires connecting from DVD players/Home Theatre Sys/Starhub cable to the TV?

- leave them dangling as it is?

- bundle them?

- or any other ways to beautify it?

mine is a wall mounted LCD. no false wall or wall feature hence all the wires are dangling all over the place.

Is there any good or nice wire housing that I can get?

Thanks in advance for any inputs. :)

 

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cable sleeves from ikea or daiso.

thanks for the reply bro...i thk the ones u mentioned are the round grey "cylinder" type rite?

im thkg if can get those smaller nicer casing and nail to the wall.... :unsure:

 

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dear all,

how do you guys deal with the wires connecting from DVD players/Home Theatre Sys/Starhub cable to the TV?

- leave them dangling as it is?

- bundle them?

- or any other ways to beautify it?

mine is a wall mounted LCD. no false wall or wall feature hence all the wires are dangling all over the place.

Is there any good or nice wire housing that I can get?

Thanks in advance for any inputs. :)

Use HDMI cables if your DVD players & HTS is HDMI compliant.

Cheers

 

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I use cable trunking to conceal those unsightly cables..... :D

Or if you hv feature wall then it will be better to conceal those unsightly wires.

hope this helps

cheers pal

thanks to vicenzo and bro for your replies....

ya im considering casing too....but may hv to DIY.....sianz.. :P

 

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