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Thread: About to move into a new house and the TV will be mounted above the fireplace.

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    Senior Member Tbonewannabe's Avatar
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    About to move into a new house and the TV will be mounted above the fireplace.

    Any ideas on how to deal with having a bluray player and Xbox? I was looking around and I think I have decided to go with having an Apple TV mounted behind it on the bracket with either Youtube Live or DirectTVNow streaming for my cable. I really don't want wires running everywhere. I have been looking at HDMI wireless transmitters which look like it would work maybe. Has anyone ever dealt with this?

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    Yes. I have wires running from a stand to behind the TV, but I’ve got it down to two wires which I can halfway hide. You’re going to have a power plug regardless, so stressing about 1-2 more wired is t really worth it IMO. I run everything through XBox, so DirectTV, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, disc, and games all go through the same single HDMI cord.

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    Xbox One, PS4, and most all next gen consoles

    will have HDMI pass throughs which makes everything easier when it comes to cable management. There a lot of tasteful, low profile, conduits to for wall mounts.

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