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Old 05-16-2019, 06:33 AM   #21
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I mounted my soundbar by fabricating two 1.5" strips of Aluminum(think Airstream decor). The aluminum was a stock item at Lowe's. I drilled holes in the TV mounting bracket where it attaches to the TV. The strips of aluminum then bolt to the soundbar mountings and the TV bracket. I cut the length so that the soundbar is right under the TV and it moves with the TV. This idea only works for those TV's that are on a movable mount.
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Old 05-16-2019, 07:57 AM   #22
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Here is the finished install, what is not shown is an Amazon Echo Dot added on top of the cable box after I took these images. But ultimately it is finished and now all sources produce 1080p to the TV's via HDMI.
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By the way, Samsung announced that the 5 series TVs (of which the 32 is the smallest) will be upgradable to built in Apple TV. That saves having an external Apple TV hockey puck knocking around.
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I mounted my soundbar by fabricating two 1.5" strips of Aluminum(think Airstream decor). The aluminum was a stock item at Lowe's. I drilled holes in the TV mounting bracket where it attaches to the TV. The strips of aluminum then bolt to the soundbar mountings and the TV bracket. I cut the length so that the soundbar is right under the TV and it moves with the TV. This idea only works for those TV's that are on a movable mount.
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That sounds like a great idea. What swing arm did you end up using?
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