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      Hey all!

      Long time since I last visited but life has played some tricks on me.

      I have lots of working MX4000 TVs from an old hotel and I have been pondering on their future use.

      One or two or maybe three I can probably fit in to a wired Link system around my house but what to do with the rest?

      What about a vintage video wall in my man cave? Would that be possible and how could I achieve that? Please let me know!

      Any other tips for putting them to use? I have about 15 of them I guess?



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        Don’t know what makes sense with video options other than monitors for retro consoles.

        For audio you could hook them up to masterlink with a Beolink Video 1615

        Another option for Audio is the MCL2AV which will give you the option to control a datalink compatible Beocord or Beogram/Beogram CD

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