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Topic # 25098 12-Aug-2008 07:38
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Anyone know where I can get a 3 or 4 way HDMI wall mount socket. I can get 2 way from places such as Jaycar. Even the actual modules would be useful as I could make my own.

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  Reply # 156147 12-Aug-2008 07:46
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Somebody told me a few months ago that PDL were bringing out a 500/600 series HDMI module for their faceplates. I haven't personally seen one but there would be no harm in ringing your local electrical wholesaler (such as Mastertrade or Corys) and asking if these are infact in the marketplace yet.



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  Reply # 156183 12-Aug-2008 09:10
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Thanks Steve, I have asked them this morning via their website but will call them as well. That would be the optimum solution for me as I use the 600 series now. Just mounted the LCD on a Sanus bracket and want to hide the cabling.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 156248 12-Aug-2008 12:02
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Got an update from PDL and they are looking to bring them out Q1 09, so I can wait till then and use empty plates in the mean time.

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  Reply # 156303 12-Aug-2008 15:40
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  Reply # 156321 12-Aug-2008 16:27
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Yup and here plus a lot cheaper.

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