Mounting Dream MD2268-MK TV Wall Mount Tilting Bracket for Most 26-55 Inch LED, LCD and Plasma TVs up to VESA 400 x 400mm and 100 LBS Loading Capacity, 6 FT HDMI Cable and Torpedo Level
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- Fits most 26-55" TVs up to 100 LBS, with max VESA/mounting holes spacing of 400 x 400mm. Our mounts are tested 4 times loading weight claimed. Images on left side will help you see if this mount perfectly fits your TV in the aspects: VESA, studs spacing and possible blocked input. Not perfect? You can check other Mounting Dream mounts for BEST options.
- Place your TV close to wall, 1.5” flush profile, saving space greatly with stylish appearance.
- Tilt your TV forward to reduce glare for better viewing.
- Easy installation with decent instruction, one-piece wall plate design and all included hardware in pre-labeled bags. Pulling straps lock and release TV breezily. Comes with 6’ HDMI, Bubble level and Velcro ties for cable management.
- US based customer support answers your pre-purchase and installation questions. Our mount is 10-year warranted!
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The bracket still feels solid after installation - there are no signs of bending or warping. This bracket is a great value for cost sensitive consumers that do not want to spend upwards of $100 on a mount that your local big box store sells. This solution gets the job done.
Her TV has been mounted for 4+ months now and holding strong. I think it's a good cheap rout to have.
One comment I have is that in the directions, when putting the initial thicker bolts into the wall to put the frame up, it instructs you to use a much smaller drill bit than you need to use... I ended up using the size of the drill bit it asked for, and then going up a size at a time until I could get the bolt into the drywall and eventually into the stud behind (snugly). The drill bit I ended with was 3x thicker than the one the instructions called for. And I'm probably 95% certain I did it right...
Otherwise, simple enough! Looks great, very sturdy. Looks to use good quality, thick metal. I was worried about it being so inexpensive, as wall mounts that you'd buy from a tech store will cost you 2-3 times mlre than this, but I have no complaints and would buy it again in a heartbeat.
My issue with it is that it does not tilt 15° as indicated. If you attempt to do so, the locking mechanism does not clear the frame when you attempt to install the TV. It is a simple design flaw. The tilting mechanism changes the distance from the top mount catch to the locking jaw since it swings out on a pivot. The length is shortened by about a quarter inch. This causes the locking jaw to not clear the frame.
I remedied it by removing the two locks, then drilling out the holes 1/4" further down to account for the loss in length between the two contact points. Doing this, you have to drill out both the "tab slot" and the screw hole on each side, then reinstall the lock mechanism. Alternately, one could drill new holes for the top hinge. Either way will work, it is up to you. I thought that relocating the lock would be better than dealing with the top mount bracket.
Ultimately, no one should have to do this on a brand new product, hence the low stars. I also suspect that this is why people break the lock as mentioned in several other reviews. If you just try to force it, something will have to give, and the plastic lock body would be the obvious candidate. At 15°, my unit was solidly contacting the back of the locking jaw after full retraction. There is no way it will just pop into place. I should have taken photos, but just didn't feel like messing with all of that for this cheap mount. Trust me, it is an issue as designed.
I will say that the mount is robust and solid enough for the price though. I have no issue with that part of the design.
My TV is a VESA 200mm configuration , the wall bracket aligned perfectly with the alcohol gauge, however after mounting the TV there was a slight 5 degree variation.Not very noticeable to return the product but still irritating when you make precise drawings and markings only to find it a bit off.
Overall good product, looks and feels really well built, the vertical tilt is a bit of a pain since it requires unscrewing to adjust but thats minor.
If you decide to buy it , you'd have saved yourself around 100$ of labor, hence it more than pays for itself.
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