Invision TV Wall Mount Bracket with Tilt and Swivel 20 Inch Articulating Arm/Ultra Slim 1.8-Inch Wall Profile for Most 26 - 55 Inch LED/LCD/Plasma/4K/3D & Curved Screens (A2/HDTV-L)
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- Installation of 1 customer-supplied TV mounting bracket
- Securing the TV and load testing the hardware
- Cord concealment within provider-supplied cover
- TV cannot be mounted above a fireplace
- TV mounting is for drywall only
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- Compatible TV Mounting Holes 100mm x 100mm to 400mm x 400mm (3.9" x 3.9" to 15.8" x 15.8") See description for more details
- for Most 26 - 55 Inch LED/LCD/Plasma/4K/3D & Curved Screens
- Unprecedented ultra slim wall distance 46mm/1.8 inches maximum arm extension 500mm/19.7"
- Built to the highest specification CE certified product 88lbs/40kg maximum TV load capacity
- Tool free tilting action technology +10° tilt down and -2° tilt up & 180° rotation adjustment
- 25 year warranty on all parts covered by our Invision Product Warranty Guarantee
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Invision TV brackets are leading the market in the home entertainment equipment industry due to our constant innovations and overwhelming commitment to quality. Unlike other cantilever TV brackets in this area which in most circumstances only achieve a closed depth distance of 7” from the wall, our product is practical and unique in this department folding away neatly to an impressive 46mm well under 2”. Engineered to be compatible with most makes and models of TVs with VESA mounting holes: 100mm x 100mm (3.9” x 3.9”), 100mm [vertical] x 200mm [horizontal] (3.9” x 7.9”), 200mm x 200mm (7.9” x 7.9”), 200mm[v] x 300mm[h] (7.9” x 11.8”), 250mm[v] x 400mm[h] (9.8” x 15.8”), 200mm[v] x 400mm[h] (7.9”; x 15.8”), 300mm x 300mm (11.8” x 11.8”), 300mm[v] x 400mm[h] (11.8” x 15.8”) & 400mm x 400mm (15.8” x 15.8”) with M4 M5 M6 or M8 fixing bolts this easy to install bracket comes with all the necessary hardware and installation guide included. Compared to other large back-plated brackets which impinge on the home entertainment environment our back plate is narrow yet strong and can be fitted to wood brick or concrete, each arm has integrated cable management to give better functionality, tidiness and a higher quality finish. Our hinge mechanism used to operate the tilting feature is a one-touch tool less operation, advancing from the widely used, dated and impractical nuts and bolts arrangement which require much manual adjustment. The cantilever arm reaches an impressive 500mm/19.7” extension and manoeuvres left and right over 180⁰ providing the much needed versatility to optimise your viewing experience. Idea for kitchens bedrooms and other home entertainment areas we welcome you to discover why Invision TV brackets are the number one brand for TV wall brackets and home entertainment equipment. The H400 adapter plates that come with this bracket can fit either horizontally or vertically to avoid covering any input/output ports
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After successfully mounting the bracket to the wall I played with the tilt portion of the bracket. It seemed immovable so I used a wrench to loosen it up a bit. After that I easily hung the television to the bracket and fastened it securely in place. With the weight of the television on the bracket it would keep falling into the ten degree tilt position. I realized the weight of the television was sufficient to allow for tilt or not so I went back an re-tightened the nuts associated with the tilting portion of the bracket. Now I can have my television flat and parallel with the wall when not in use or tilt and swivel it when in use.
The cable covers that run along the arms of the bracket and serve to help hold the wires in place are easy to disconnect and reattach.
Although I am pleased with this bracket the one downside is centering the TV when it comes to designing your finished look. To explain simply, the television does not sit perfectly centered along the mounted portion where it screws into the stud when tucked closely to the wall. Say, for example, you wanted to hang a television over your fire place. If you locate a stud right in the center above the television it will not appear centered when it is tucked up against the wall. The only solution to this would be to screw a couple of 2x4 studs horizontally along the wall into the studs of your existing wall in order to solve any centering concerns. This, of course will also result in your TV extending another 1.5" away from the wall. Just something to think about and if applicable, a diiferent wall mount that attaches to two studs might serve as a better option. This type has more versatility when centering becomes an important issue.
Somewhat related tip: I purchased a stud finder (for $10 at Home Depot) to assist me with this project. After locating the stud to serve as my support area for the television bracket I decided to drill several small 'pilot' holes to determine the exact center of the stud. I find this to be a valuable approach to locate the strongest area of the stud (the center). I recommend this because sometimes those stud finders can be a tad off. The last thing you want is a catastrophe because the scews went into a far side of the stud instead of dead center. As I drill the holes, some will go through drywall but not the stud. Although this seems tediously messy the holes will not be visible once the bracket is in place. I feel this is worth mentioning as you only have about 1.5 inches to work with.
It is good solid construction and the welds look solid and complete. The mount itself has a nice cast-iron like powder coating on it. This product came nicely packaged with all screws (3 lag screws, masonry wall anchors and screws, machine screws) needed (even included a mostly useless wrench).
The cord holders are ok (plastic) and can be removed. They're a little loose. I wouldn't have minded if these were more of the rubber variety,
The plastic cover over the wall bracket and lag screw heads feels a bit cheap and flimsy but it does what it is supposed to (especially for the price!).
These types of mounts are meant only for a single stud or CMU block wall installation. I would not install this on a dry hollow wall even with anchors.
My TV has VESA 200x200 and installed on the TV bracket without the need for the extenders. The holes on the bracket are a little big so washers are suggested. The M4 screws were already on the TV but its washers are very near the diameter of the TV brackets holes.
Location - I wouldn't install these too high. I would say the top screw point of the wall bracket should be no more than 6-ft (which would place the middle of the TV screen about eye height (standing). The TV bracket has about a 10 degree tilt. If you're a really technical about the height, I guess you can back calculate the perpendicular angle from the 10 degree tilt of TV bracket to sitting eye height (45-inches?)....hahaha
Mount - I installed on a wood wall stud. Do your homework and locate the stud as exact as possible. Use a good stud finder and level. There are 3 mount holes on the bracket. You only need to locate the top hole. Once this done, then you must drill a pilot hole (otherwise it'll be a tough screw job, lol). When you've got the bracket mounted at the top screw, note the "eyeholes" at the top and bottom of the wall bracket. As you've located your wall stud, you should have drawn some lines on where the wall stud is. Use the eyeholes as guides to make sure your bracket is in line with the stud. The eyeholes are the same width as standard 2x4 (on end). When the bracket is lined up correctly then use the bottom two bracket holes as a template. While you could probably do this with paper to locate the holes, to me, this is easier and can be faster.
Use some sort of thin "plate" or gasket between the wall and the wall bracket if possible. Because this wall bracket is solid metal and you will have to tighten the lag bolts pretty good, it may ruin that part of your dry wall. A good table mat could do the trick.
Equipment - stud finder, pencil, level, socket set, drill, Phillips head screwdriver
Notes: Power cord to your TV may not be long enough for high mounts unless you move the outlet higher or use an extension cord. Also, the TILT feature requires you to loosen two nut/bolts. Don't forget to note which way is up.
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To hide the wires for power and cable/FIOS connection, I also installed "Legrand C30LG Flat Screen TV Cord Cover Kit" on the wall available at Amazon and it now looks like a professional installation.