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We just bought a new house. It has a huge finished basement and I want to mount a new 50LB LG 65 inch TV. The problem is, the perfect spot has an entry to a crawl space area. I am looking for ideas on how to make it work.
Below are photos
My first idea was to find a mount that that would go under the entry and then shift the TV up but not sure such a mount exists, and I am thinking I don't want to see the mount when the TV is in the up position (where it will be all the time). You can kind of see that the previous owner has all the surround sound speaker connections on that wall so it is almost good to go if I can figure out the TV.
I have a 60 inch Pioneer Elite PRO-151FD Plasma which weighs 135 lbs, that is mounted solidly in place in current home, but much too heavy to be on a hinged mount....I think. The plan was to keep using the Plasma because the picture is still as good as it gets for 2k HDTV. However, now I think it maybe a good time to move to a lighter 4k OLED TV.
I could do a projection room
but the wife does not approve, and there is a bar and will be a pool table behind the seating area so best to keep it open.
I attached photo that almost matches my situation.
Anyway, open to any and all ideas..