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    Securing Apple TVs and HDMI - VGA converters

    We have some Apple TV devices running with HDMI - VGA converters now but I'm having concerns about where to put them so they are tidy and as secure from thieves as possible.

    Has anyone worked out a solution for a achieving this?

    i have one that would ideally plug straight into the VGA at the back of the projector so need to mount the boxes on the ceiling and others are linking in through the desktop feed.

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    Why not just user airserver and not need the extra boxes to secure anyway?

    AirServer - Most advanced AirPlay receiver for Mac and PC

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    Yes that, or some secure mounts ?

    eg first hit High Protection Apple TV Security Mount

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    Thanks for the helpful replies @jamesreedersmith, @caffrey (anything to do with Jack Caffrey or has Mo Hayder just borrowed your surname). As we have the darned things now I'm reckoning the mounts will be our way to go but the Airserver defo sounds interesting for any future kit we get.

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    Heh no nothing like that, was just the beer I was drinking at the time... ;p

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    IF you can mount the box on the ceiling why not put it in an adaptable box you can get from CPC or an electrical wholesaler for a few quid? Cut holes in it for the leads to pass out / in and screw it to the ceiling.

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