Frame TVs are great for home theater, but they’re expensive.
Luckily, there are many ways to make custom frames to fit your living room, and you can even turn your TV into a home theater theater.
Frame TVs have two main features: a TV stand that can be mounted in your living area, and an HDMI cable that plugs into the stand.
Frame TV stands can be expensive, and most people don’t have the time or money to go through the trouble.
The good news is you can make your TV stand for a fraction of the price.
So why not take a closer look at making your own?
Frame TVs can be quite simple to make, but some people prefer to spend a little more time and effort on the final product.
This tutorial will show you how to get started with making your very own custom TV frame.
How to Make Your Own Custom Frame For Your TV To make your frame, you’ll need a television stand.
This can be a wall mounted TV stand or an enclosed box.
A wall-mounted TV stand can be built from inexpensive components.
You’ll also need a TV cable.
It doesn’t matter which cable you choose; you can use either HDMI or optical.
I recommend using HDMI cables, as they’re easier to connect to your TV.
For this tutorial, I’ll be using the $5.95 U-Matic HDMI cable.
Now that you have the TV stand and cable, you can go ahead and get started.
Start by assembling the frame.
If you’re a DIYer, you may already have the parts you need.
I’ll give you a few basic steps to follow for this tutorial.
First, grab the HDMI cable and a TV stands mounting bracket.
Next, get your TV stands parts.
I’m using the U-matic TV stands, but you can also use the cheaper models from the $3.99 Amazon.
Grab the TV stands for $1.75 each.
You don’t need to use all of them, but I’m giving you a tip that’s helpful for many DIYers.
The first step in assembling your TV frames is to take the TV-stand parts apart.
You can do this by removing the plastic that holds the TV together.
I like to remove the plastic with my fingernail to make it easier to peel off.
Next remove the base of the TV frame from the TV.
This is the TV’s frame that connects to the TV cable to allow it to be connected to the wall.
Next you can slide the TV base into the frame and hold it in place with your fingers.
Make sure you don’t bend the TV into the base; you want the TV to remain firmly attached.
Now you’re ready to take apart the TV frames base and connect them to the HDMI or Optical cable.
This step is the easiest.
I usually have the HDMI base in place, so I just need to remove it and peel it off.
I then slide the Optical base in between the base and the base, so it’s securely attached.
After you’ve removed the base (you can remove the optical base if you’d rather), you’ll see the base connect to the cable.
You need to connect the HDMI/Odyssey cables to the cables to allow them to be plugged into the TV TV.
The easiest way to connect an HDMI to an Optical cable is by connecting it to the connector on the cable itself.
If your cable is an HDMI and you’ve got an Optical connector, you will have to make sure that both connectors are plugged into a standard wall outlet.
If that doesn’t work, try using the cable’s plug-in port on the TV as an extension to the standard plug-ins that your TV usually uses.
Now connect the optical cable to the top of the frame with a cable extender.
If all goes well, the frame should now look like this.
If all goes wrong, it could mean you have to remove a section of the cable that connects the TV directly to the box or wall.
You may need to loosen the cable extension a little so that you can move it back and forth.
It’s usually easy to just push it back in, but if you have a lot of cable, it’s sometimes easier to use a screwdriver.
If the extension has been removed, pull it out.
Now attach the optical connector to the back of the box.
If everything works out, you should be good to go.
For this tutorial I’ll use the Umatic U-MA58-HU3 for the TV, but other brands may work.
The UMA58 has two connectors.
The one that connects TV to the panel on your TV is the standard UMA54 connector.
This connector is a common one on all TVs, but UMA55 is more popular.
Next, the other connector connects the optical to the base.
This one is a little different. You