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The winners of the second annual Mount This! contest were announced at CEDIA.
You get points for originality when you enter a flat-panel mounting contest.
Take the winning installation, announced at CEDIA Expo, of the second annual Mount This! contest. It’s not often you see a 90-pound flat panel mounted on a log that looks more suited to hold a missing cat flyer.
You get points for saving space. Take the second-place installation, which mounts a TV on the side of a staircase.
You also get points for blending, which is featured in the third-place installation. If you were on a treasure hunt and had to find a TV in that kitchen, it would probably take you at least 30 minutes.
The Gold, Silver and Bronze winners of the Mount This! contest have raised the bar - and the many other submissions made judging difficult. Yes, the contest is sponsored by Chief, but judging was based on inventive installation.
Related: Winners of 2009 Mount This! Contest
Tom has been covering consumer electronics for six years. Before that, he wrote for the sports department of the Boston Herald. Migrating to magazines, he was a staff editor for a golf publication and an outdoor sports publication. Now, as senior writer/technology editor of CE Pro magazine since 2003, he dabbles in all departments and offers expertise in marketing. Have a suggestion or a topic you want to read more about? Email Tom at [email protected]
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