The first flat-frame television cabinet I made was my own, built by hand in the workshop.
But it didn’t last long.
I was in my 20s when I found the idea of a flat-dish television cabinet intriguing.
So I started my own TV shop.
I sold my TV at the time, and then started building my own flat TV cabinet.
The idea of building a flat TV set from scratch didn’t appeal to me.
I just didn’t have the money or the desire.
That changed with the introduction of the DVD player in 2003.
It was a time when I was living a different life, working as a marketing manager at a media company and living in a small house.
And with that, my passion for the flat-diaphragm TV set evolved into something else entirely.
The FlatDish DVD player was released in 2007, and it was the beginning of a life-changing shift for me.
Nowadays, the flat TV system is very similar to the flat screen TV system that I used to own.
It consists of a set of flat panels, each with its own set of HDMI ports, a single HDMI input and an optical drive.
I am no longer interested in making my own TVs, and I never want to be.
I wanted to build my own cabinet, and that was how I did it.
If you would like to learn more about flat-display TV systems, I recommend checking out the following links: The Flat-Dish Home Cinema Set, FlatDice’s FlatDishes Flat-Screen TV System, Flat Dish FlatDies TV Cabinet, The Flat Dishes FlatDix-8 TV Set, The Mini-Flat-Dix TV System for the Home, The Home Cinema Flat-screen TV System and the Mini-Dip-Dic TV System.