With this Television Installation Sydney my customer was located in St Ives, North Shore Sydney. They had a NEC 50in plasma which was about 10 years old. The tv had just died so they replaced it with a new 50in Sony Smart TV. The existing wall mount was not suitable for the new tv so we replaced with with a new flat wall bracket that with be suitable for all tv’s in the future.
After bolting the wall bracket to the wall we connected the TV to the aerial to get all the free to air channels. Standard Foxtel was also connected but they many be upgraded to Foxtel IQ2 in the future to get the high definition channels. Since the Sony is a smart TV it was connected to the wifi so they could watch the catch up services and youtube.
Peter can help you with your new or existing tv. He has been servicing the North Shore Sydney and Northern Beaches Sydney for the last 14 years. If you need help call Peter on 0401 202 087.
Peter can help you with:
Television wall mounting
Amplifiers / receivers
Optus Fetch TV
With this Television Setup Service the customer lived in Elanora Heights on Sydney’s northern beaches. The 7 year old Panasonic plasma tv finally died so they replaced it with a new Panasonic LCD TV. The pervious tv was wall mounted so we were able to use the existing wall bracket which fixed onto the back of the new LCD TV. We attached the 2 x HDMI cables for the Foxtel IQ2 and Blu-ray player. A optical cable was also plugged in for the Onkyo amplifier to give surround sound.
Peter from That TV Guy can help you with your new or existing audio visual equipment. Peter has been servicing the Northern Beaches Sydney and North Shore Sydney for the last 14 years.
Give Peter a call on 0401 202 087 if you need help with:
- Television installations
- Television tuning
- Television set up
- Television wall mounting
- Smart TV
- Internet TV
- HDD recorders
- DVD players / Blu-ray players
- Surround sound
- Amplifier / receivers
- Apple TV
- Fetch TV
What is HDMI-CEC?
HDMI-CEC is a a feature that is built into most consumer electronics today with HDMI. It is a built in system for allowing your Audio and Video components to Communicate with each other. But, in order for it to work, your devices must support HDMI-CEC. Not all HDMI components support HDMI-CEC. Although, HDMI-CEC goes by many names depending on the manufacturer. Here are some other names that are the same as HDMI-CEC: Anynet or Anynet+ (Samsung); Aquos Link (Sharp); BRAVIA Sync (Sony); HDMI-CEC (Hitachi); Kuro Link (Pioneer); CE-Link and Regza Link (Toshiba); RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI) (Onkyo); SimpLink (LG); HDAVI Control, EZ-Sync, and VIERA Link (Panasonic); EasyLink (Philips).
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call Peter from “That TV Guy” on 0401 202 087.
That TV Guy” can help you with all your audio visual needs:
- Television – LCD & plasma
- Digital TV & set top boxes
- DVD players / recorders
- HDD recorders
- Home theatre
- Surround sound systems
- Internet TV
- 3D TV
- Foxtel / Optus
- Accessories and cabling
- Wall mounting
For help with all your audio visual problems contact Peter on 0401 202 087
Benefits of sound bars
Sound bars have been created as an alternative to surround sound systems. A simple 5.1 surround sound system consists of a centre, left, right and 2 rear speakers, plus a sub woofer. A sound bar as you can see is much more simple. It consists of a the long bar with matching a sub woofer.
Sound bars are more targeted to smaller rooms or for those people not wanting the 5 speakers around the room and messy cables along the floor. I find these a good solution for people struggling to hear from their new flat panel TV as the speakers are tiny and give a very poor performance.
For more information or advice call Peter from “That TV Guy” on 0401 202 087.
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