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Cheetah Mounts Plasma LCD Flat Screen TV Articulating Full Motion Dual Arm Wall Mount Bracket For 32-65" Displays Up To 165LBS Black With 10 Foot 1.4 HDMI Cable Fits Up To 24" Studs

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  • Very Substantial Mount, Heavy Gauge Steel
  • Dual Arms Extend To Over 20" Fold To Less Than 2.75"
  • 150 Degree Swivel, +-15 Degree Tilt
  • Universal Design Fits Most 32-65" Displays Up To 165lbs
  • 10' HDMI Cable1.4 Standard And All Hardware Included
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Cheetah Mounts Plasma LCD Flat Screen TV Articulating Full Motion Dual Arm Wall Mount Bracket For 32-65" Displays Up To 165LBS Black With 10 Foot 1.4 HDMI Cable Fits Up To 24" Studs + Cheetah Mounts APTMM2B Flush Tilt (1.3" Profile) TV Wall Mount Bracket for 32-65 inch LED, LCD and Plasma Flat Screen TVs Up To VESA 684x400 and 165lbs, Including a Twisted Veins 10' Braided High Speed with Ethernet HDMI Cable and a 6" 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level + DataComm 45-0001-WH 1-Gang Recessed Low Voltage Cable Plate (White)
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Product Specifications

Brand NameCheetah
Color NameBlack

Technical Details

  • High quality powder coat finish
  • Hole Pattern Coverage: Up To 26" Horizontal by 15.75" Vertical or VESA 100x100, 200x200, 300x300, 400x400 and 400x600
  • Unit Weight: Net: 17 LBS
  • Unit Materials: Arms, Wall Plate and TV Plate: 100% High Grade Steel
  • Tilt Range: +/- 50°
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 7 x 7 inches ; 17.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000WL6YY8
  • Item model number: APDAM2B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,530 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 29, 2007
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Product Description

This is a very substantial mount with dual arms and heavy gauge steel. The arms extend over 20" from the wall
yet fold to less than 2.75". Even at full extension, this mount has very little sag or twist.
It is rated for up to 165lbs and most displays 65" and smaller weigh under 100lbs.
The unit has tilt adjustment and it will tilt forward 15 degrees. The wall plate is 24.8" wide and has wide slots making it easy to mount into standard
16" studs even if they are not exactly 16" apart.
The universal design will fit any display with a hole pattern up to 26" wide and 15.75" tall. The wall plate is very stable and includes large center hole for cable pass-though into the wall. This mount will swivel approximately 150 degrees
depending on the size of your display. Dual TV safety screws are included to prevent accidental liftoff of the display.
Installation instructions and hardware included. This mount also includes a 10' 1.4 HDMI Cable included. Capable of 3D signal, Audio Return, and Ethernet. This is a upgraded cable and similar cables sell for $15-$25

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Customer Reviews

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It is easy to install, sturdy, and works very well.
John Appleseed
Well constructed, easy to mount, able to adjust, holds tv with no sag, love the ability to rotate and tilt to suit viewing angle with no difficulty.
Richard L. Halbleib
No issues with a 60" TV that weighs 100 lbs, this mount could easily handle double the weight.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

515 of 540 people found the following review helpful By W. Fox on September 4, 2009
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Load testing it (215 lbs!) - [...]

WOW. I bought a cheetah mount that only tilts for my 52" SAMSUNG LCD TV. But the configuration of my living room/kitchen area had me thinking I'd rather go with an articulating wall mount, so I can turn it if I'm cooking or if I have people over on the sectional sofa I can turn it that (the opposite) way. So I bought this puppy (I kept the other tilting-only mount for my bedroom LCD TV which I haven't purchased yet). After taxes and S&H, it came out to $106. A similar product at BestBuy and hhgregg costs well over $300 (bestbuy has some that articulate and tilt that are up to $750!!!)

I'm a civil engineer, I work on designing things as a career. When I opened the box and saw the structural bulk of this thing, I was very impressed. I knew my brand new TV would be secure hanging from this thing. It came with a BUNCH of extra hardware in case you needed to use it (I ended up using the screws they supplied for the connection to the TV, since mine were too short). I also used their spacers to help ensure full thread engagement.

I wanted to install the TV on the wall and run the cables through the wall, so I had a lot of work cut out for me. Also, I live on a first floor condo unit, so my studs were in groups of 3 and only 12" apart. So I had to cut a whole in the drywall and add another adjacent stud to it. The lag screws they supplied are more than efficient. Just be sure to have the right sized screwdriver head to avoid stripping the heads.

Once I got the TV up I load tested it. I brought it out about 3/4 the total extension distance and first pulled down on it a bit. Then I slowly transferred all my weight to the mount.
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143 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Gadabout on October 23, 2011
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Easily Holds my 60" plasma. Tilts and swivels just like it supposed too. Took me about 45 minutes to get the mount up and on the wall (by myself) and another 10 minutes later we hung the TV. Some have mentioned in previous reviews that it doesn't move very easily. This can be adjusted by slightly loosening one of the ny-lock nuts on the swivel points. I wanted mine to be a little stiff, but not quite as stiff as it came. The adjustment was easy.

Some folks said that it didn't swivel to one side as far as they wanted. This is dependent on the size of the TV (how far it extends on the side of the mounts). A smaller TV will get more swivel before it contacts the wall, than my 60" does. I get about 20 degrees of swivel at full extension.

Some of the folks complained about the instructions. I didn't see any issue with them, but I only checked them to see what the plastic spacers were used for (rounded back TV's - most won't need them.) For those that didn't like the instructions, let me briefly describe the mount process. It should be noted that I went out and bought my own mounting hardware (lag bolts, 8mm hex head bolts, washers and lock washers) Also, if your studs are more than 18" apart the mount won't work for you.

- Find the stud locations with a good stud finder (I use a Zircon Stud Sensor e50 Electronic Stud Finder ).

- Make your measurements for how far up on the wall you want the top of the mount and mark location.

- Take a 2 foot level to your height mark and scribe a level line across where the studs are located.

- Find the center of the stud.
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168 of 182 people found the following review helpful By P. Lopresto on April 1, 2009
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I recently purchased a new 42" plasma TV for my living room: the Panasonic TC-P42X1. I bought the TV with the intention of hanging it above my fire place, but was shocked to find out that an articulating mount at Best Buy was $300! So I did what any sane, sensible American would do; I told Best Buy where to stick it and went to browse on Amazon.

After some consideration and reading all of the reviews for various mounts, I decided to go with this Cheetah two-arm articulating mount. Not only was the price less than half of the Best Buy mount, but I also liked the idea of two arms holding my brand new TV.

So I got the mount and found that it was really easy to install. I don't see what all the fuss is about with the directions being "difficult". I think it helps if you have a technical mind (I'm an electrical engineer) because I had no problems with the directions at all. There are no assembly pictures in the directions, so if you are a visual learner, that might be why it's difficult.

Now, on to the mount. It's of very, very, very solid construction. It is made completely out of a steel frame and steel hardware. I had no trouble hanging the mount on my wall studs (and yes this mount is made specifically for 16" spacing, but can go up to about 18"). I would recommend picking up some new lag bolt hardware to hang the mount on the wall, though. I got some 1/4" lag bolts with lock washers from Lowe's pretty cheap. I would also suggest getting a second pair of hands to help you mount this beast. It is quite heavy.

I would also recommend tightening all of the hardware that comes pre-assembled on the mount BEFORE YOU HANG THE MOUNT.
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