Haha thanks, the wires are ran through the wall, so depending how for you want to run your device from your TV, you'll need a drill, 1-1/4 spade bit, a 12" drill bit extension and a In wall TV box. For this I took my 120v feed from directly below (same stud space - receptical) ran a 2 wire - 14 awg up to the cut out for my tv box about 8x6 for the wall, drilled my holes left and right of that TV box, from that TV box stud space through that 8x6 hole. Used the drill - spade bit through the first stud space, then I needed the drill extension to make it over another stud space. And I also purchased a in wall grommit kit. After my holes were drilled I fished over to my destination, attached the HDMI cord and power and kinect in this case, and pulled through. My power bar sits behind my TV ( the xbone transformer/ brick) so Id only recommened going however far from the power bar to the Xbox... Horizontally. Sorry about the long post and it's probably confusing as titsDamn that's nice. I'm trying to do mine like this but the wiring is tedious. Did a damn good job.
I actually have the same TV just have the 65" version for my Xbone.Not much of a "set up", just my TV I use. a 55" Curved Samsung 4K UHD.
This one to be exact:
Its awesome af XD
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FrankSinatra I need to clean my room really badly so I won't post the bottom half lol, I just have an Xbone, a 360, a ps2, a wii and soon I will have a wii u (free Keepo) but here is the top portion.
My TV isn't in the middle because my bed is in a corner, so the angle is perfect. I also have a Scuf controller being built. pic here ($170)
My tv, my old monitor, and my Asus VS229H-P 22'' (free Kappa)
Both my astros, like $550 between the both of them lmao