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Published on August 27th, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Personalised Lack TV unit





Materials: Lack TV bench, Perfekt plinth, Faktum legs

Description: Unscrewed the legs that come with the TV bench
- Set the legs to desired position
- Saw Perfekt plinth, sand edges
- Bolt the ends to the set
- Frame and then glued with acoustic cloth (stapled)
- DONE! :)

~ Lukas H., Hamburg

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14 Responses to Personalised Lack TV unit

  1. Max says:

    sieht sau gut aus! aber wie hält es, bzw. wie kriegt mans wieder raus?

  2. does that material (gray stuff) pass IR? As in, does it allow an IR remote to go through it?

  3. Thats the same question i have here because if so its a good way to hide toys.

  4. Annika says:

    Great idea :)
    Personally I would put the door in place with hinges (inside, non-viewable from the outside) to make it easier when you have to switch media (games / movies)

  5. Annika says:

    Great idea :)
    Personally I would put the door in place with hinges (inside, non-viewable from the outside) to make it easier when you have to switch media (games / movies)

  6. Anonymous says:

    This is so clean looking- I love it!!!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    This is so clean looking- I love it!!!!

  8. Laurence says:

    loool, same thing i did with my tv lack table =)) …i used other fabric though :) )

  9. Anonymous says:

    Looks very nice, well done.
    Could anyone tell me the brand or model of the speakers?

  10. Lukas H. says:

    that material pass IR! No problems with IR remotes.

  11. Lukas H. says:

    Ist einfach so knapp bemessen das es stramm drin sitzt. raus bekommt man es einfach durch anfassen an den querstreben und dann rausziehen.

  12. Anonymous says:

    My only concern would be the heat generated by all the devices. You’ll probably be fine w/ the PS3, but the Xbox and the (what I’m assuming to be) the Satellite/Cable box may overheat…

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