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Cheetah Mounts APDAM2B Articulating Dual Arm TV Wall Mount Bracket for 32 to 65-Inch LCD, LED, Plasma, Flat Screen Monitors Bundle with Twisted Veins 10-Feet HDMI Cable and 6-Inch Level
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- Wall Plate Purposefully Bends Outward from the Wall until Secured to wall By Lag Bolts
- Dual Arms Extend To Over 20" Fold To Less Than 2.75"
- 150 Degrees of Swivel, Positive and Negative 15 Degrees of Tilt
- Universal Design Fits Most 32 to 65" Displays Up To 165lbs
- 10' HDMI Cable1.4 Standard And All Hardware Included
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- 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°
This is a very substantial mount with dual arms and heavy gauge steel. The arms extend over 20" from the wall yet folds to less than 2.75". Even at full extension, this mount has very little sag or twist.
It is rated for up to 165 lbs. and most displays 65" and smaller weighing under 100 lbs.
The unit has dual tilt adjustment and tilts forward or back 15°. The wall plate is 27.5" 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 26.3" wide and 17" tall. The wall plate is 1/8" thick, very stable, and includes large center spaces for cable pass-though into the wall. This mount will swivel approximately 180° depending on the size of the display. Dual TV safety screws are included to prevent accidental liftoff of the display.
Installation instructions and hardware included. This mount also includes one 10' 1.4 HDMI Cable capable of 3D, 1080P, and 4K 2160P Ultra HD signals and Ethernet. This is an upgraded cable and similar cables sell for $15-$25.
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Top Customer Reviews
The TV looks like it will fall off, I am seeing lots of one star reviews now so something is wrong with the latest version of this mount.
I replaced this wall mount with this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001LL5JDA/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The new VideoSecu mount is superior in every way to the Cheetah. The attachment clips to the TV are twice as wide and heavier gauge than the Cheetah. For $25 more this mount blows away the Cheetah unit.
Carol with SPN has sent a replacement for this unit I am awaiting delivery and will update when I get the new unit.
While it did take some time for them to respond, they seem to really eager to rectify the situation.
SPN did finally send the older version of this mount and now I know why everyone was raving about this mount. It is superior in every way, pre-assembled, heavier gauge metal for the TV clips, and a solid plate to hang the TV off of.
I don't know why they would sell two mounts that are vastly different under the same model number.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quality mount, make sure not to over-tighten the lug nuts or it will be way too hard to pull and push the TV from the wall. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Benjamin S.
used on my lg 55" led tv and it works great! the instructions were pretty bad but there were online forums and videos to use as a walkthroughPublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Great mount but have to assemble from scratch but that justifies the great pricePublished 1 day ago by Dominique D.
This is one of the worst purchases I've made in a while. After spending a couple of painstaking hours installing it, my 42" TV (~50 lbs) tilted downward so much that it looked... Read morePublished 2 days ago by M. Berry
I currently have a 40" TV but will be upgrading to a 55" smart TV this fall. I am having the house remodeled and wanted the TV mount installed now instead of later so I... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dale Musser
Product lists weights up to 165 lbs, but I have a 55 inch plasma that is less than 100 lbs, and the mount bends forward and looks as if it is going to fall off the wall. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
This thing is stout. very heavy and robust. Works perfectly.
I had a slight alignment problem, but nothing that a little muscle couldn't overcome. Read more
I am impressed of this Mount. It is been couple years and it totally gives a support on the tv. It is a sturdy and strong mount. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Cherickles A.