Cheetah Mounts APTMSB Flat Screen TV Wall Mount Bracket Designed for 32"-55" Plasma LED LCD TV (Actually Fits 20-55" TVs) Includes Free 10' Braided High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet
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- Universal Design Fits Nearly All 20-55" TVs
- Low 1.9" Profile Yet Up To 15° Forward Tilt
- Free 6" 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level
- Supports Two 16" Stud Installation
- Includes Mounting Hardware
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The APTMSB tilt mount features a universal design that allows you to mount the vast majority of LED/LCD/Plasma TVs in the 32-55" size range. Specifically, the APTMS supports hole patterns up to 15.75" horizontally by 15.75" vertically and VESA hole patterns up to 400x400mm. The APTMS is designed with a slim 1.9" profile yet still offers up to 15° of forward tilt. The APTMS is constructed with 100% High Grade Steel providing a sturdy and reliable mount. The wall plate will support two stud installation for studs up to 16" apart (most US homes have studs which are 16" apart). The two arm brackets attach to the TV separate from the wall plate allowing for easy "Lift n Lock" installation. Each arm bracket includes a safety screw to prevent accidental liftoff. The wall plate includes a built in bubble level and a separate 6" 3-Axis magnetic bubble level is provided as well. The paint is a high quality textured powder coat paint. The mount ships with all necessary mounting hardware and instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
I have just a couple issues that made this a 4 and not a 5. First, some of us have houses built by carpenters that were trying to save a buck by spacing the studs just a tad over 16". Dumb, I know, but a reality. I managed 17" on center, but it was really tight! Could use a little more width on the wall mount. Just a couple inches would be really helpful. The other issue is that it is almost impossible to access the back of the TV (cables, etc) because the fit is really tight. Tightening the screws to lock it onto the wall mount also required a very long screwdriver and more than a little fiddling around trying to line up the screwdriver and screw heads to securely mount the TV, and was even more challenging to loosen it up to get those cables connected.
The included HDMI cable was a very nice inclusion!
Update: I just received a call from the company. They were concerned about the installation issues I had, which were minor. They offered support to get issues resolved; we had already figured it out, and the issue with the locking screw is fixed in their new model, which they offered as a swap. Don't really need it, so I turned it down. But it was really nice to see a company is really concerned about customer satisfaction!!! Thank you!
Easy to assemble (reading prior reviews and studying the images helped a lot).
The screws provided did not fit in my 32" LG but Cheetah said I could use the screws that originally came with the TV which were being used in the TV stand (and LG confirmed this).
The mounts' level was pretty accurate but I used my own to confirm.
I chose this style mount because my wall studs were not centered in the small area where I wanted to mount the TV. This mount allows you to **SLIDE THE TV** left and right before tightening the security screws so the TV is PERFECTLY CENTERED. This was very important to me.
Also I wanted the TV as close to the wall as possible (low 1.9" profile).
To run the power cable "up to code" I used the Datacomm 50-3323-WH-KIT Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Kit with Power Solution (White)(also purchased via Amazon).
I am very happy with the clean appearance.
Check out the pics I uploaded!
Otherwise, it holds our 40" Toshiba LED TV quite nicely, close to the wall.
EDIT: Because the seller's customer service is so fantastic, and they actually contacted me about this review, offering assistance and a monetary sum for my trouble, I'll go into a bit more detail.
When assembling, the side pieces DO only fit one way. I had to fuddle with it a bit, but once the screws fit, and it's tightened, the bracket is very nice and stable. The level was a nice touch, and did come in useful. I used the included HDMI table in my living room, attached to a different TV and a Verizon Cable box, and it works well (looks nice, too).
Mounting the TV itself is a cinch, as the runners just screw on (they included many sized screws for different mounts), and you slide the TV on. The TV is fine to hang at this point, but it is recommended that you tighten the bottom clamp screws so it doesn't separate from the wall and potentially fall. The top part of the bracket holds most of the weight, so Cheetah included larger screws for it.
I stated that I had to drill holes into the center of the mount, and that was because the prior owner of the house already had a shelf built for a cable box, and to center my TV with it, the beam was in the middle. It is possible that they had a single arm TV mount that only attached to one beam. I didn't want to move everything around, as everything looks fine where it is, so I opted to bolt the TV mount directly to the middle beam, with additional screws into the sheetrock in the corners for stability.
My TV also has HDMI ports that face out toward the wall, so I bought an HDMI elbow connector. I also bought a flat plug so it didnt push out the TV. This had nothing to do with the mount's construction, just some helpful advice.
The mount is very stable, slim-lined, and I would recommend it. Just be careful with your beams!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No matter how much I fussed with this bracket, it was not going to seat correctly.Read more
I got the same mismatched screws as others have mentioned. I just used some quarter inch lag screws and washers I already had.Read more