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    As stupid as it sounds : TV mount...

    TV Mount??? Yeah why on earth in the training forum? Or even why in a bike forum, right?

    Here's the deal : My wife runs on the treadmill so she need a high TV position so it clears the front panel.
    I ride the trainer so I prefer a lower TV position as to not end up with neck problems.

    Anybody have a solution for variable height TV in their home gyms? We're talking about a 32 inch LCD if it's relevant.

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    Turn it around and point the thing out a window.

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    Attach it to this

    Attach it to this
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    Those are clever answers to a serious question...
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    It depends how much of a uni-tasker you want to have

    Flat Panel Display Floor Stand - MF1 Series (30-55" Displays)

    or if you do use a Ultimate support bike stand then you could use one of these

    Small Flat Panel Single Pole Mount - FSP Series (10-26" Displays)
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    You could buy a second TV for the cost of an adjustable stand.
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    I had found that first stand but was looking for cheaper, possibly homemade alternatives. As David points out, they are so expensive it kind of defeats the point...
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    Here you go.
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    Not sure putting 2 tvs one over the other is the best solution or environmentally friendly...
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