I looked for you. Put a flash light all over it. I'm gonna have to try and find the receipt. If you want to pm me, I can at least take some pics for you tomorrow and email them. I'm very good at keeping documentation, but very bad about where it is put so I'll have to do some digging.That would be great Tommy, look forward to hearing back from you.
I looked for you. Put a flash light all over it. I'm gonna have to try and find the receipt. If you want to pm me, I can at least take some pics for you tomorrow and email them. I'm very good at keeping documentation, but very bad about where it is put so I'll have to do some digging.
I'm guessing the thing is a beast and weighs 100lbs. or more. I never recommend for anyone to buy a mount at a big box store. They ALWAYS mark up the prices on them to ridiculous levels. I buy all of my mounts on Amazon. They're much less expensive and are of good quality. For your TV, if you don't know the bolt pattern on the rear of it, simply measure between the holes. The measurement will be in mm. Most larger TV's are either 400x200 or 400x400. Find a mount that handles your specific mounting pattern. Also, because of the weight of the TV, I would highly recommend getting one that utilizes at least two studs for mounting. For your 60", you might even been able to use three.I have a 60" LG Plasma TV. Can you guys recommend a good wall mount that tilts and swivels? Also, how can I best mount my comcast and DVD player? Does the comcast box need to be visible for the remote to work? I do like being able to see the time display on the comcast box. Looking forward to your replies. Thanks.
They will look their best with 4k HDR sources, but most have very good internal processing that will make even standard SD look acceptable (from a distance of course).Have you looked at the QLED or OLED 4k TVs Costco is selling these days? (~$3k). Pretty pricey, but stunning. Do they only shine on Blu-Ray sources or other 4k sources?
I've most certainly been following the technology and have seen them in person. Yes, they are stunning in general and are basically in a battle for TV technology supremacy right now. Each have their pros and cons, but they are light years ahead of typical LED-LCD technology of even 5 years ago. My 65" 2014 8-series 4K in my game room is still performing well for me, but the blacks and backlighting on it pale in comparison to newer sets. A QLED or OLED would blow it out of the water in nearly every category and can now be had for approximately the same price as what I paid for mine. Even plain old cable company high def looks quite good on one of these things. True streaming 4K signals are mind boggling. Of course, all of these new sets have absurdly overdone colors and contrast in the stores for the "wow factor", but a properly calibrated one is simply stunning.Have you looked at the QLED or OLED 4k TVs Costco is selling these days? (~$3k). Pretty pricey, but stunning. Do they only shine on Blu-Ray sources or other 4k sources?