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Cheetah APTMM2B TV Wall Mount for 20-80" TVs up to VESA 600 and 165lbs, and fits 16” And 24” Wall Studs, and includes a Tilt TV Bracket, a 10' Twisted Veins HDMI Cable and a 6" 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level
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- Unique Universal design fits small, large, and Curved TVs from 20-80” including the most popular sizes 32” 40” 42” 50” 55” 60” and 65”
- Supports all major television brands including Samsung Vizio LG Sony Bravia Panasonic Toshiba Philips Sharp Insignia Hisense Element TCL RCA Sceptre JVC Avera Mitsubishi NEC Pioneer and Others.
- In the flat or fixed position, the APTMM2B fits flush to the wall with a low profile of only 1.3”, while the tilting TV Bracket offers up to 10 degrees of tilt.
- Easy lift and lock Attachment with Adjustable Pull Tabs and Allows for 3 degrees of Rotation Adjustment to Level after Installation. Also can mount to Brick or other Masonry with included anchors.
- Includes a Twisted Veins 10' HDMI cable and a 6" 3-axis Magnetic Bubble Level
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FITS 20-80" TVs up to VESA 600 and 165lbs
This mount fits virtually all 20-80" TVs sold today with VESA hole patterns from 100x100 (4x4”) to VESA 600x400 (24x16”) and up to 165lbs.
VESA 200, 400 and 600 CONFIGURATIONS
The APTMM2B ships in an assembled VESA 400 configuration but can be modified with included parts for VESA 600 or VESA 200.
CAN BE MOUNTED TO EITHER 16” OR 24” WOODEN STUDS
This mount ships preassembled for 16” studs but can be modified with included hardware to support 24” studs found in some homes. It can be mounted into all types of masonry. All mounting hardware is included.
LIFT AND LOCK ATTACHMENT
TV and wall plate attach with a simple lift and lock system. Adjustable pull tabs below the mount allow for easy mount release.
LOW 1.3" PROFILE
The APTMM2B profile is only 1.3" yet still offers some tilt to improve viewing and reduce glare. Due to the low profile, TV's inputs are difficult to reach once mounted. If input access is an issue, Cheetah offers various arm mounts
ALLOWS 3° ROTATION ADJUSTMENT TO LEVEL AFTER INSTALLATION
Slots in the wall plate allow for 3° of rotation adjustment to level the display after mounting.
10' TWISTED VEINS HDMI CABLE AND 6” MAGNETIC BUBBLE LEVEL
The mount includes a 10’ Twisted Veins High Speed with Ethernet HDMI cable featuring 4K 60HZ 3D signal support and a protective braided jacket. A 6" 3-axis Magnetic Bubble Level ensures level mounting.
INCLUDES ALL NECESSARY MOUNTING HARDWARE
This mount ships with hardware for both wall and TV mounting.
LIFETIME 100% GUARANTEE
All our mounts come with a lifetime guarantee. If you experience ANY issues, please contact us
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I also installed the Datacomm 50-3323-WH-KIT behind the TV for cable management so that I could run the include 10' HDMI cable and power inside the wall versus having the cables hang down from the TV. You can't beat this mount for the price; it's sturdy and the viewing angle is adjustable. Because it's in my bedroom, I do have it an angle, which puts the top of the TV about 4.25 inches from the wall. Even at this angle, you can't see any of the cables as you enter the room (the include velcro cable management ties work perfectly.
Like most Amazon shoppers, I count on honest, unbiased reviews. I hope you have found this review helpful in making your purchase decision.
A lot of the reviews say the Cheetah mount looks cheap or flimsy. In comparison to the more expensive mounts, I would agree with that observation. However, when you understand the physics of what the wall mount is actually doing, you'll realize that a bulkier mount really isn't giving you much additional support in a fixed or tilt mount application. That's because contrary to popular opinion, the wall mount isn't really carrying the entire weight of your TV - in fact, with the exception of articulating arm mounts, it's actually not even carrying a majority of it. When the back bracket is installed across two studs (which is absolutely the way it should be done) and the bolts are firmly attached, the bracket, wallboard, and studs become tied together as one cohesive unit. This allows maximum load transfer between the wall mount and the studs, which leaves the studs bearing most of the weight. This concept applies the same whether you use a Cheetah mount or a more expensive mount.
I am not saying that the more expensive mounts that use thicker gauge steel aren't stronger than the Cheetah Mount. I would definitely wager that in a side-by-side test with increasing weights, the Cheetah Mount would probably fail before any of the other mounts I have worked with just based on the gauge of steel differences. But, we're not talking about hanging your Ford Focus on the wall...we're talking about hanging a flat-panel TV and at the end of the day, the mount either holds your TV on the wall or it doesn't. And, the Cheetah Mount does a fine job doing that. This particular Cheetah mount is rated for 32"-65" TV's up to 165 lbs, and I cannot attest to the validity of that because you'll be hard-pressed to find any flat-panel display that comes even close to 165 lbs. The heaviest TV I have ever mounted in the 32" - 65" range is a 65" Panasonic plasma that weighed 100 lbs, and that is considered to be one of the heaviest TV's out there. This mount handled that TV perfectly fine.
A few pieces of advice regarding working with the Cheetah Mount:
1) As mentioned, do not trust the level that is built into the bracket - I have had some that were OK and some that were way off. The separate 6-inch level that is included is sufficient, but if you have a 2-ft or 4-ft level, you'll be most assured of being level.
2) If you don't have a stud finder, invest in one (you can use the money you saved buying this bracket vs. a more expensive one). If you have a stud finder, make sure the batteries are good. The bolts used to attach the bracket to the wall are large, so you want to hit close to the center of the stud to get maximum hold.
3) Connect the cables to the TV before hanging it. You may have to have a 3rd person connect the cables just as you are raising the TV. Once the TV is on the bracket, it will sit so close to the wall that it is almost impossible to maneuver cables around.
Long story short, if you're skeptical trusting your $1,000+ investment to a $25 bracket, don't be. This thing will work just fine, and you'll be patting yourself on the back that you spent so much less on your wall mount than your friends!
One thing I recommend. There are two cords with plastic ends that hang down. The purpose is to pull them if you want to unlock your tv from the mount and take it off the wall. They are release cords and when engaged, the tv is locked on the mount. The box includes magnets to stick them to the mount out of site. But because my tv is large they are hard to access that way. Instead, I put small strips of Velcro on the plastic and stuck it under my tv out of site but very accessible. See pics
Great buy and there is no reason to shop for anything else. Enjoy.
• Easy to assemble with minor caveat described below.
• Best bang for buck I could find after weeks of research/comparison.
• The included level, HDMI cable, and magnetic strips to hold release cords behind TV are great!
• The tilt provides just enough of an angle to comfortably watch from an average height couch that sits about 8 feet away from the TV.
• Holds TV very securely if you screw into studs. They include drywall sockets, but I would highly recommend only using studs for any size TV. Most negative reviews and fallen TV examples I saw were from people who used the drywall sockets. I believe Cheeta Mounts shouldn't even include them to discourage drywall as even being an option, but mount at your own risk.
• Back piece (part that screws into wall) is comprised of 8 pieces that all screw together. This did not seem to cause any lack of structural integrity once assembled, but it did make it tricky to level. I'm OCD about this kind of stuff. I'd say the whole process took me an hour to fully mount and 50 minutes of it was trying to perfectly level the TV. Even if you measure out all the dimensions and drill with perfection, it was literally impossible for me to fully level. Granted, I got it to look visually perfect when a tool isn't used to measure. But knowing that bubble wasn't perfectly centered killed me a little inside. I eventually got over it with only minor PTSD symptoms. Maybe you'll get lucky, but if not this stand is still worth it. Any tilt is barely noticeable to the naked eye.