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post #1 of 2 Old 03-31-2011, 02:41 PM - Thread Starter
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I own a sports bar, and we've got 20 big screen plasmas all around the place so every seat is a good seat. We've got a patio and customers keep requesting to be able to watch baseball games etc. on the patio. I looked into weatherproof enclosures a few years ago and decided it wasn't worth the cost.

Recently someone suggested mounting a couple TVs against some large windows we have facing outside. I think this could work, the windows face north so sunlight would not be an issue, and modern LCDs can really crank up the brightness so I think they'd look good.

The issue is, how the hell would I get them installed there? I think it would look best with the screen flush against the window as much as possible, to avoid reflections, but how could I mount it there? Other than using epoxy on the bezel and gluing them to the windows, that is My regular who owns a framing company and is the one who hung all the ceiling mounts could probably jury-rig something, but surely someone somewhere has done this before and knows a good way? Or even of a mount designed for this sort of thing?
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I have this mount on a 47". I'm using it as a corner mount, but the arm is long enough that you could mount the base next to the set and fold it all the way out flat.
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