Question about Sharp Aquos LC-42D62U 42 in. LCD HDTV
Many HDMI Inputs have a small "fixing" screw above or below (also sometimes corner, or not at all). There are some cables that have a screw built into the cable that you can use to screw the cable into this location. It only works with one location of screw, so make sure you check your unit to see if it will work.
Blue Echo Solutions, Inc. offers a product called hd EZ lock(TM) that works with most existing cables, so you don't have to replace your cable or you can purchase the cable of your choice. It works with cables up to 7/16" high x 7/8" wide (measured at the head, within 1/2" from the chassis) and works with various fixing screw distances, up to 3/8" from center of input to center of fixing screw. It also has an adhesive option if you don't have the fixing screw. See www.hdezlock.com to learn more.
There's a couple of other options available, but hd EZ lock(TM) is the only option that works with almost any cable on the market.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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