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Mount Factory Full Motion Articulating Wall Mount for 40-Inch to 70-Inch TV with HDMI Cable (PRO-X6)
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- Universal fit and compatibility for televisions from 42 - 70 in.
- Heavy-duty mount; rated for televisions up to 100 pounds
- Extends out from wall or compresses flat for low profile use and features +/- tilt and 160 degree swivel
- Universal fit - fits VESA hole patterns from 200mm x 200mm to 400mm x 600mm
- Includes magnetic level (color may vary) and 10' braided HDMI cable
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This premium articulating mount is designed to universally fit most LED, LCD, Plasma TVs and other flat panel displays from 42” to 70”. This unit is designed to use the standard VESA patterns installed in almost all flat screen TVs with a range of 200mm x 200mm up to 400mm x 600mm. Constructed from commercial-grade, heavy-duty steel, and high-quality barrel hinges, this sturdy unit is rated with a capacity up to 100 pounds. The smooth-motion, articulating design allows for tilting, panning, and extension to find the perfect viewing angle. The arms of the television mount can be extended up to 20 inches from the wall or retracted back to within about 3 inches. In addition, the TV can rotate up to 160 degrees left or right and the tilt can be set from +8 to -5 degrees to find your ideal settings. Convenient openings in the arms and back plate provide space to pass cables and wires through for a clean and uncluttered look. For your convenience, the articulating arms and back plate are pre-assembled right out of the box and the step by step instructions will guide you through the simple assembly and installation process. Certifications: RoHS, CE & ISO-9001. Also included is a 6 inch magnetic level to help you get the perfect installation. As an added bonus, we have included a 10' HDMI braided nylon cable with gold plated connectors.
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Here's an example. Where I would want to read:
"Three sets of screws are provided for attaching the interface to the VESA holes on the TV. Use the set that fits the holes. The two smaller sets of screws require the use of the washer. The largest set of screws do not."
Instead the instructions read:
Really? Is that Backus Naur or Reverse Polish Notation?
There is nothing in the instructions to tell you which way the four brackets are oriented. Would it have killed them to say "The longer brackets are oriented horizontally, with the concave side facing the back of the TV." Finally, why not provide a table of the standard VESA mount measurements, and EXACTLY which hole on the brackets to use for that? Instead, it's trial and error.
So my advice: Buy this mount. It's perfect for the job. But use the picture on the Mount Factory website to help with assembly. That picture, unlike the one in the included instruction page, is high enough resolution to clearly see what goes where.
The only "complaint" that I have with the design is that the screws used to lock the TV's rotation (and prevent the TV from being lifted off of the mount), and the screws used to lock the tilt into place, are both somewhat "hidden" and look like all of the other screws (black), such that without the directions it isn't at all obvious which screws should be loosened/removed to alter the position of the TV. This is especially true for the rotation/lift-off locking screws. Don't get me wrong, the directions themselves are the typical modern-day hieroglyphics (at least these have a few English words in case you're not as good as Carter in deciphering pictographs!), but in this case are clear enough that installation was a breeze -- what I'm concerned about is remembering how to take it apart in a few years when a TV needs to be removed for some reason. I have kept the directions in a drawer right near the TV, but we all know how easily those things get lost in the fog of time. My advise would be to use some paint or nail polish to put a dot of color on the head of the screws used to lock down adjustments, so that the screws are a bit more obvious in the future.
I would not hesitate to use/recommend this TV mount again the future, just remembering to keep the directions as a part of the installation.