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Hi guys,


Just a couple of questions regarding my Pioneer 141FD I want to mount.


I narrowed down my options to two since I'm looking for the mount as close to the wall as possible: Chief Thinstall LTSU and Peerless SUF660P.

I've been confirmed the Thinstall is compatible with my TV. It appears the Peerless is not.


So you know I searched the forum before asking here. I still need more precision.


1) Can the Pioneer be installed as close as 0,4" from the wall? I have mixed feedback concerning this. Any consensus?


2) What is this guys talking about???
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Originally Posted by dukeforum /forum/post/17843607


I planned on getting the Ultra Thin Samsung Wall Mount but have heard some people complain about how it affects picture quality.

I don't see how this could be possible.

The only reason for proper distance is aeration and cooling, right?


3) Wondering about wiring. I would have hoped to get feedback from people who have the Thinstall and can share their experience with wiring and access to the back of the TV.


It is my understanding that you need right angle HDMI adaptors and there is no way to put component in there apart if you have a cable box in the wall. Is this correct?



Thanks guys!

Looking forward to put this baby on the wall.

Will post pictures if you want.

Gabriel
 

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 http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...8#post18238488


This link has a lot of stuff about wall mounts, it might help you out. I am also looking to mount a Pioneer 141. From my research, if you are looking for a slim low profile mount, the Sanus VMPL3 holds the TV 1.25" from the wall. And I believe that the lowest profile mount is the Chief RXF2 which holds the TV .79" from the wall.
 

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the LSTU might not work on a Pioneer 60". I just checked the website and it can only hold an 800x500mm pattern. Pioneer 60" plasmas have an 850x500mm pattern. I would make sure that the LSTU works before getting it. I think the thinnest mount for the Pioneer is the RXF2.


I'm also looking for the thinnest wall mount available. So if you find anything slimmer, let me know.
 

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Apparently I'm not able to post links anymore and it appears my previous posts have been deleted from my history. ??


Anyway sorry can't post links but it appears people are mounting Kuros on chief mounts here on this forum.

thread16819864postcount=86

thread16822292postcount=107



I had also confirmed with someone from Milestone (Chief) prior to posting here.


Also on the topic you linked, they mention Chief as compatible:

15967313&postcount=158


I'm more worried about the space issue.

I was looking forward to read from Pioneer pros.

Pioneer themselves are ambivalent about the question.

--> is 0,4" from the wall enough?


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I think that others have put Kuros on other Chief mounts, but not specifically the LSTU. Let me know if it works out when you mount it.


As for your other questions, I can't answer them, you might want to post your questions in the 9G Elite Owner's Thread or the 141 Owner's thread.
 

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Yes people have used LSTU mounts for their Kuros.

If you can find a way to see the posts I "linked", you'll see.


I called back Pioneer. This guy apparently seemed confident that there's no problem with mounting the TV as close as 0,4" off the wall.


He says the problem resides in people mounting the TV over a fireplace.
 

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I can post links again now...


LSTU and avsforum member:

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Originally Posted by NYSportz /forum/post/16819864


For those of you who are looking at slim/low profile mounts for the KRP-500M, I'd highly recommend that you check out the Chief LSTU. It has a very low profile but is still very easy to install.

Here's the topic you linked. They mention chief mounts. I assume LSTU was omitted or was not released yet.
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showp...&postcount=158
 

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The post that you quoted is for a 500M Pioneer which is 50". Your 141 is 60". That's why your TV might not fit. There's a possibility that it will fit, but from the specs, it doesn't appear so; though I'm not entirely sure.
 
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