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Kinect Sensor TV Mounting Clip - Xbox 360
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- Mount Kinect Sensor on flat panel TVs
- Slide in and out Kinect Sensor platform for easy mounting and storage
- Officially licensed by Microsoft for the Xbox 360
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I got it today and was very happy. It matches the color and finish of my Panasonic plasma TV perfectly. It took all of 10 seconds to set it up and attach the Kinect and it's very stable. It adjusts very easily for different thickness televisions so I had no problem getting it to fit my plasma. I wonder how it would fit some of the really thin sets I have been seeing but I don't have one so I can't comment. It would certainly fit a set thicker than the one I have. I shook the TV a little to see if there was a chance I would come home from work one day with the Kinect on the floor and nothing moved at all. Now the cord to the Kinect is hidden from sight (I hate cables) and the Kinect is on top of the television, where games keep telling me it will work better. I would recommend this to anyone.
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It can expand the main assembly by double its default width by holding the back 2 buttons and it slides out further. The whole back arm rotates down, but ratchets loudly and securely so that it will not release on its own. The back arm has a wide rubber contact to add some grip. The front is just a plastic edge with no adhesive or rubber so it only intends to hold onto the front but not mark up or leave residue on your TV frame. The sensor easily fits and locks firmly by holding the two front buttons and slipping it on, or slipping it off and then releasing.
Before this, there was only that other TV mount with terrible reviews that had arms to reach down the back of your TV and reach mount points which fit few TV sets well if at all. Or you needed a wall mount and anchors and wasn't suited for corner TVs. Or you needed to stand the Kinect below or in front which limits your play space more. Or what lots of people did was buy the Playstation Eye Camera TV clip, and use Velcro and adhesives to attach the Kinect sensor to it. This is exactly what was missing for mounting your Kinect easily and securely.
The bracket seemed pretty sturdy and adjusted nicely using the slide mechanism. I went to fit the kinect unit to the bracket and to my chagrin the clips would not snap into position - just as other reviewers had said, the pins were too short.
On closer inspection however I realised that the rubber mat on the bottom of the kinect stand was getting in the way and pulled this off. 2 seconds later the pins clicked into position and I had a solidly mounted Kinect and Bracket.
So in short, yes the pins are too short but with a small tweak they fit perfectly and to be honest you're not likely to take off the bracket once it's on.
Had to use additional sticky tape to make sure that the Kinect sensor doesn't fall off this mounting clip !
Even fitting to the TV (Sony Bravia LCD) isn't that great. It doesn't quite 'fit' but it merely 'rests' on the TV with the support.
I think I'll play it a little more safer. I'll use additional transparent sticky tape to stick the Mounting clip to the TV.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wasn't sure how this thing would work. That said, it seems to work quite well. We put her on a 40 inch Samsung TV without any issuePublished 10 days ago by Brent Buerck
Flimsy...not sure if it's going to stay up there. But I will give it a chance.Published 14 days ago by R. Hersey
It's a clip. It does the job. What I didn't like was having to pay way too much for it because it was Christmastime. Like $20 more. Capitalism at it's worst.Published 1 month ago by P. White