Apr 152007

Finally the tv is on the wall and the surround sound is all hooked up. I’m pretty certian the mounting will hold, but let me tell you the adventure I had!! There are no studs in my wall!! nope instead it’s 1/2″ drywall, with about a 1/2″ space, and then 1/4″ particle board behind it, with a larger space between. I ended up using toggle bolts to hold it into the wall. each one was rated for about 50 pounds in regular drywall. I got all 4 in nice and good, so they should be holding alot more. In any case, I’m hoping that 4 50 pound toggle bolts will hold a 70 pound tv into the wall

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. From what I found on the net 3 100 pound toggle bolts can hold an entire kitchen cabinet up. So I feel confident it will be ok.

For those who’d like to know what TV I got it’s a Westinghouse LVM 42w2 1080p Monitor. I got a great deal for it, and it looks awesome. I also got an Oppo upscalling DVD player that outputs 1080p so my old dvd’s look as near to HD as possible.

I’m going to be watching tv for the next few weeks so I’ll talk to you later.

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