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Steve Szilvagyi

I can't tell you how sick I am by all the efforts to hide TV screens; sliding screens and partitions are fine, but efforts to house ever-larger screens in extremely large case-goods seems to be misguided--these cabinets are often more intrusive than a simple and unadorned TV would be by itself. Just because folks who designed houses in the original Arts-and-Crafts period didn't have to deal with the pleasant complication of a box which gives families a window on the world, doesn't mean that they wouldn't have found a way to incorporate the fact of video viewing into the things they built.

Paul Ringstrom

You should explore: inca-tvlifts.com and auton.com

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