As televisions evolve thinner and thinner, it's a wonder why TV FRAME is not yet common. The main reason for this is the cost associated with framing a television. A typical 40 inch television frame cost roughly 600-900. Some may argue it rival the cost of the television itself, so why bother? On the other hand there are a small group of people who thinks spending 600-900 is worth the money. However one must not forget the misc cost associated with TV framing. The infrared repeater cost $70-160, and wall mount about 60-150. Without infrared repeater you can just forget about your remote being able to function normally, and without a wall mount you just can’t have a frame on the TV itself.
However LCD FASHION has been able to change all the inconvenient cost factor and add in extra benefit to having a television frame. Our company has come up with the world's first universal TV frame. The Universal Frame Mount allow user to place their flat panel TV inside a picture frame and hang it to the wall with no profile showing between the back of the TV and the wall. A typical wall mount leaves a 4-6 inch gap between the back of the TV and the wall, with low profile wall mount there is still a 2 inch gap to say the least. The no profile wall mount of LCD FASHION, place the television directly on the wall with no gap between the back of the TV and the wall. Add a TV frame over that and the result is truely astonishing. This no profile mount and frame combo can achieve the cost desirable effect of an in-wall television at a fraction of the cost only $299 for the whole set (mount and frame). All of the universal
TV frame comes with a built in infrared repeater, which is a plus in this depressing economy. More information, pictures, and video available at