Nowadays almost everyone prefers to get his tv mounted on the wall. However, doing this may arise some other questions as well. For example, you will surely have some components, such as Blu-Ray, satellite box, or game console. The question is: how to hide a DVD player with wall mounted tv above the fireplace?
Hiding DVD player for a wall-mounted TV
There are, in fact, some options you may prefer in order to decide where to put your satellite box, or DVD player, with a wall-mounted TV.
Option 1: Put them on a shelf or a furniture
One of the options to hide a DVD player or virgin box when your TV is on the wall is to simply leave them on sight. If you don’t want to hang them on the wall, you can well place them on a shelf as well.
Tv Wall Mounting by North Team offers different types of shelving and as well as component mounts, which are perfectly suitable for components. The advantage of preferring these options is that you will easily communicate with all your components with your remote controllers.
Of course, even if you leave your gadgets on sight, you don’t want all those cables and wiring hanging out like a mess. Therefore, we also offer professional wire concealment services that will completely and neatly remove those wires from your sight, making them invisible.
Option 2: Hide that blu-ray, DVD-player or satellite receiver
While keeping all your gadgets or devices together is another option, you can also place them in a closet or even a nearby room. However, you should keep in mind the following considerations, if you opt for any of these options mentioned above:
– How to hide wires?
Entertainment centers come with holes from which to run the cables. Drill holes in the rear of the unit or the drawers to handle the cables when you are re-using a piece of furniture. You need to attach them to your TV, potentially by running them through the wall, whether you are hiding components in the furniture, a wardrobe, or another space. In-wall cable management gives your home a modern appearance, which only takes only a few measures. To cover your wires, just follow this step-by-step tutorial crafted by tv installation professionals.
– How to ventilate the area?
Through wafting the heat into the air, electronic devices produce heat and refrigerate themselves. Storing parts in a confined environment cause heat to accumulate, which can at least cause defective output and cause devices to malfunction at worst. Buy a special cabinet designed for ventilation to prevent this and position your appliances as far away as possible from heating sources (and vents). Experts also claim that around each part you can allow for some extra space. This offers space for the materials to breathe.
– Use a universal controller to manage your devices
By purchasing a wireless HDMI system, or buying a basic infrared receiver kit, you can get a universal controller for your existing components. The small IR receiver is mounted above your TV, attached to the repeater by a cable (located with your other components). You will also find an IR repeater that is battery-operated.
All of these options will work seamlessly or you can use any of these a la carte choices. All this is about what’s going to work best for you.