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How to hide your Apple TV box behind Samsung Smart TV

A lot of us have purchased the Apple TV, which is an incredible box especially for owners of apple products and netflix users. Unfortunately, Apple have chosen to use a remote control that sends infrared signals instead of bluetooth.

Until now, I thought that I just had to have the little black box (AppleTV) placed beneath my Samsung Smart TV (UE46D8000) but recently I discovered that the upper right part of the TV was a perfect place for the box to be located.

If located there the IR signal somehow penetrates the thin LCD screen or bounces back from the wall behind the TV, and allows the box to be hidden. PERFECT. Please see picture below :

Back of TV

In the above picture my Samsung hard drive  and AppleTV have been mounted with velcro tape, which easily holds the units in place. The AppleTV box is now hidden but still the Apple remote control works when in front of the tv – even if you are located a bit to the left of the TV…

 

I hope that you can use this for something… I’m not really sure if this has been posted several times before but here you go…

Enjoy…

Den korte danske version:

Hvis man ligesom jeg har en AppleTV box som man har liggende under TV og flyde, så tjek ovenstående billede. Her viser jeg hvordan man kan sætte appletv’et fast med velcrotape, og stadig bruge den fjernbetjening der fulgte med selvom den kun sender med infrarød. Den kan åbenbart trænge igennem TV’et i det hjørne af TV’et eller tillader at signalet spejles retur fra væggen.

På denne måde kan man gemme AppleTV lidt af vejen, så man ikke har flere bokse end højest nødvendigt.

Håber det er brugbart…

Hvad synes du om indlægget?

Giv gerne indlægget 5 stjerner, hvis du kunne bruge det 🙂

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Abhinav Gupta
Abhinav Gupta
9 år siden

Thank you for sharing this article. I am about to create a very similar set up but with a different Samsung TV model. Want to give you a little suggestion of my own. Try and create a little personal cloud using a wireless router that allows for USB external HDD connections.. I use a Linksys EA6500 Video HD router and have connected two 2 TB HDDs achieving a 4TB personal cloud system. Whenever I download or convert any personal videos, I can store them on these hard drives and then access them via itunes on my Apple TV. So no need to paste these HDDs to the TV.. They are always connected to my router and still can be accessed via my TV.

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