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post #1 of 3 Old 02-18-2020, 05:27 PM - Thread Starter
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TV stand fabric to absorb reflections?

I’ve got my tv mounted on the wall. I recently lowered it down two inches to put it about 42” from the floor. It looks great and is exactly where I wanted it. GREAT!

However, now there is some reflections from the top of my audio cabinet that wasn’t thought about and I want to figure out something to absorb them.

I was thinking some kind of a mat but cannot pinpoint it right now. It needs to be aesthetically pleasing looking.

Ideas?

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Go to any fabric store and get enough black velvet to cover the cabinet. They sell real velvet, that is very expensive, but also cheaper velvet like materials which are probably fine. I used one of the cheap alternatives on the frame surrounding my projection screen and it completely absorbs light. (In fact, if I want to see if the image is spilling over onto the frame, I need to hold a white piece of paper up so there is enough reflection to see it.).

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Tons of utubes on materials to use, don't have to spend any just time to DIY it.
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