For those with wall mounted TVs, unless you’re chasing out cable runs within the wall – of have some kind of shelf nearby. Having a set top box around can lead to untidy cables running everywhere. This is especially the case if you have a TV in an office or bedroom. The Sky Q Mini box is perfect for these spaces. Whilst in theory it needs just two wires (power and HDMI), you still need somewhere to put it. Thankfully the size of it means that you can TV Mount your Sky Q Mini Box.

Here’s what you need

Here’s how to do it

Before I continue – I want to make it clear, you’re messing around with your Sky Q Mini box here – if it breaks or something goes wrong, it’s your fault – not mine! The Command strips are non permanent, so are a good solution if you need your Sky Q Mini box repaired at any point. Each pair can hold 1kg, and as the box is only 500g, it’s sure to stay put!

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19 thoughts on “How To – TV Mount your Sky Q Mini Box

  1. Sarah Denniff says:

    If my tv is too small to attach the mini box to, could I just stick it to the wall behind the to??

  2. Martyn Jepson says:

    May I ask why you mounted it with the top of the box attached to the TV rather than the bottom?

    • Kip Hakes says:

      Of course – the top is flat, – the bottom isn’t, plus is hs 4 little feet in the corners raise it up too. Having the flat ‘top’ of the box against the flat of the TV seemed the most sensible.

  3. Jay says:

    Hello, can the Sky Q mini box be powered from the USB connection on my TV? I power other devices on it such as my Rasberry Pi etc

  4. Roger says:

    Hi Kip, I am having a t v wall mount variable tilt fitted tomorrow but it says it only comes out from the wall to a max of 65 mm is his enough space for my Sky Q mini box in my bedroom t v set up to use the strips you suggested previously make is Ross new series mount for 32 -50 inch t v which my bedroom 1 is any suggestions or advice much appreciated Kip

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