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Offline Haz

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Replacing a Soundbar
« on: Thursday 14 March 2019, 12:11:19 pm »
I have a 55" Samsung TV mounted above the fireplace. Below it is a beam. There is about 2" clearance between TV and beam. I had a Samsung soundbar and wireless subwoofer which worked brilliantly when on a TV stand. My problem is that this particular soundbar has no facility on its back, to enable wall mounting and the missus doesn't want anything screwed to the beam anyway. I am going to have to sell the bar and subwoofer.  :tickedoff:

Can anyone recommend some kind of system that will accommodate my set up? I was thinking of a tower like contraption, but it needs to be Bluetooth to communicate with the Tthat'sassume thats correct, unless you can suggest an alternative means?
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Offline SEMTEX

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Re: Replacing a Soundbar
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 14 March 2019, 12:57:10 pm »
You can get extendy things that attach soundbars to the tv mount, allowing the soundbar to go below or above the tv. You could just get a mountable sound bar and put it above, assuming it doesn't fit below.