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Hi All:

 

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I can't seem to find a TV ceiling mount WITH shelf for a ~30-40" TV.  I see wall mount types but not ceiling.  Please help.  I just don't want to mount anything to the wall.

 

 

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Here is a component shelf, from Chief. It hangs below their ceiling mount - at least that's what their website says: http://www.chiefmfg.com/Series/FCA5XX%20Shelves

This is a GIS of "ceiling mount"+"component shelf"

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Neurorad,

 

Appreciate the help.  Chief is expensive as heck but looks real good.  I'm thinking of going with the NPT style.

 

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NP. I think you just needed the correct term for the shelf - 'component shelf' - to find examples.

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Ok back again.  Trying to hang the biggest size TV with cable box underneath, is really pushing it as far as space goes that I have in a particular spot.  This leads to another question.

 

What options do I have so I can mount the TV only on one side of the room, and have cable box and whatever else I want to attach on the opposite side next to me?  I don't think running a long HDMI cable makes sense?

 

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If it's just a simple large cable box, it can be exchanged for a smaller cable box - the size of a deck of cards. Mount that on the back of the TV.

If it's a DVR, extend the cables.

Whole-house DVR can be located at any other TV, as far as I know, and still be used easily.

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