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This review is from: VideoSecu TV Wall Mount Articulating Arm Monitor Bracket for most 12"-24", some up to 27" LCD LED Plasma Flat Panel Screen TV with VESA 100/75mm ML10B 1E9 (Electronics)
I mounted mine into plaster wall using the provided screws and anchors. Easy installation. It's holding an HP 2009M 20-Inch HD LCD Monitor. My desire was to reduce the amount of desk space being used. I have a smaller desk in my office, and wanted to free up space on it. This product works great! For the price, nothing comes close!
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Initial post: Jul 18, 2011 3:42:07 PM PDT
So when you say plaster wall does that mean you didn't use studs? I have a small work area also. The studs on my my walls are off center so I was thinking about mounting on the dry wall.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 12, 2011 11:11:10 AM PDT
James Leathem says:
Plaster walls have a wood lath behind it. If you want to mount to drywall (no wood lath), you would need to get metal anchors that insert into the drywall then open up once inserted (butterfly effect, the wider the better). These type of drywall anchors can be found at Home Depot or any local hardware store. But even at that you need to check the weight of the TV you are mounting and check the hold weight of the anchors. With this bracket, the mounting screws are fairly close together and that will detract from overall weight allowed.
Posted on Aug 9, 2012 8:38:10 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 9, 2012 8:39:12 AM PDT
I would like to mount my daughters 19" and mines in our bedrooms to the wall.How to hide the cable wires?
In reply to an earlier post on Sep 9, 2012 2:21:07 PM PDT
Tim S. says:
they sell plastic cable chase at Home Depot. comes with it's own sticky mount--just peel and stick. make sure you get it right the first time--it sticks very hard. and the cover snaps close after you insert the wires. I've used them in a few places around the house. they come in various sizes. I forget the exact name but they will know what you mean when you describe it. good luck!
Posted on Jan 16, 2013 8:47:06 AM PST
if i buy this to hook up two 20" monitors, does it full turn 180 degrees left and right? I don't want my monitors to be hitting each other awkwardly..
Posted on Apr 5, 2014 1:36:49 PM PDT
ABHINAY B. says:
Did u drill holes into the walls Or used other kind of reinforcements for the mount? I haven't done anything like this before, so just getting a second opinion.
Thanks for your time!
Posted on Nov 3, 2015 6:57:39 PM PST
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WHO'S HOLDING THE CAMERA!?
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