Cabinets, tables, for FPTV?

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  1. John*DB

    John*DB Stunt Coordinator

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    Sorry if this is not on the best Board to post this ? on.

    Where should I look for types of cabinets and stands for my FPTV? Not having much luck looking in the HTF links.

    I am not sure what type I even want...need to look at a bunch of stuff before I will even know what I want.

    Thanks guys!

    John
     
  2. John S

    John S Producer

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    FPTV??? Not that I have an answer for you...
    But what make and model? I haven't seen one of those in quite some time.
     
  3. John*DB

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    haha...no no no...by fptv I mean a projector... Looking at the InFocus 4805
     
  4. StephenHa

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    your wanting to put the projector on a stand?
     
  5. John S

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    Ok, that makes more sense....

    remember back in the 80's? There were a fair number of actual FPTV's for sale back them. Kind of cool looking really. lol
     
  6. John*DB

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    "want to"...not especially. I am in a condo. The only way to really do it is have a stand/cabinet/table for it...just trying to find some furniture that would accomodate a 4805 pj w/ receiver and dvd

    Suggestions?? Websites??
     
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    really almost anything would work, a china hutch could even suffice to get the height
     
  9. Mathew Shelby

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    Currently in my rental I have mine underneath the coffee table and then I run the component cables behind the couch and to the corner where I have my receiver, DVD, etc.
     

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