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Today bought this soundbar and sub. I asked salesman if it would wall mount and yes he said and showed me the two screwed inserts on the bars base and told me wall brackets are in the box.

Got it home and no brackets in box.

Are they missing, or did he lie to get a sale?

How does one wall mount?

Thanks.

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Hi @David38

Going by this YouTube video: there do not appear to be any mounting brackets supplied.  Also there are none listed as being supplied on the LG product page:

So chances are the sales person was probably misinformed...

Plenty of options available on the likes of Amazon depending on how you want to mount them:
Amazon US: Amazon UK:

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6 minutes ago, George Hofmeister said:

Hi @David38

..........that in the very near future the only way you will be able to watch TV is via an internet connection...

Well I think in the future more people will use the internet more ans more.

There is growth in the streaming services and at present the BBC carrying a lot of adds for iPlayer.

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