Plasma TV Fireplace - A Great Way to Hide That Ugly Plasma TV in a Beautiful Faux Fixture
I guess if you're the type who doesn't want your plasma TV to always be out in the open, you can hide it in your fireplace. Yep, you can invest some big dough in the Plasma TV Fireplace from Picture House. According to Mavromatic.com:
It’s an interesting idea, but they don’t have me sold… there’s something not right about spending that much on a Plasma, then putting it inside a fake fireplace. I think putting the fireplace inside the plasma is more geek acceptable. As for pricing on one of these handcrafted faux fireplaces, you’ll need to contact Picture House directly, but to give you a rough idea, the NAPOLI model has a list price of £5256 (or $9,228.21 US), less display. The whole kit includes the cabinet or fireplace, the ‘super thin’ lift mechanism, infrared remote control and installation instructions.
Although there's not a real flame, there is a "heater" built-in which is kind of scary. So what does a melting plasma screen smell like?
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Posted by William Hungerford at October 20, 2005 3:36 PM