Mounting flat screen tv without cables / hardware nearby

What is the best way to mount a flat screen tv without the cable box, dvr, wii on the same wall. Can I mount the TV on one wall and have the boxes located elsewhere in the room? I have not bought the TV yet. I assume certain tv's give more options, but is there also some some sort of wireless box that can be used? Trying to clean up wall space in small room.

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This may involve a home theater installer to pull wires as needed. As to the wireless box, most gamers disdain such because there is a small lag induced. These are good enough for video and such but you listed a game console.

Wireless HDMI isn't that small either. I think you would have to make a change to the wall to recess space for the gear.

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"Clean up wall spaces"

Now that sounds very nice and neat...but think about that, you will have a tv in that wall. What will be a foot in front of it and what will be around it. Think of all the wires that needs to be connected to the tv, now cut all of that and replace it wirelessly. I am sure it can be done...but it ain't going to be cheap. A nice cabinet should cost less and can look just as nice and neat. Have fun and good luck.

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