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OmniMount ECSB Component Shelf Wall Shelf for TVs and Video Accessories
- Tempered glass shelf with metal wall plate, concealed bolts and integrated cable management
- Holds DVD player, VCR, cable box, satellite, etc., with support for up to 30 lbs
- Pivoting arm for side-to-side movement, black nylon stabilizing strap
- Includes complete hardware kit for installation, single-stud mounting
- Dimensions: 18.0 x 9.1 x 20.1 inches (457 x 231 x 571 mm) (W x H x D)
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OmniMount ECSB Component Wall Shelf
OmniMount, an innovator of A/V mounts and furniture for more than a quarter century, is the choice of professional installers and the brand most recommended by TV manufacturers. The ECSB is a glass wall shelf that is designed to hold a cable box, DVD player or any other component that needs to be located next to a mounted television. The black nylon stabilizing strap ensures your components stay in place while the wall plate hides both bolts and cords to provide a clean, modern look free of messy cables.
- Pivoting arm for side-to side movement
- Holds DVD/Blu-ray player, cable box, gaming console
- Wall plate hides bolts for a clean, modern look
- Wall plate features integrated cable management for concealing cables
- Black nylon stabilizing strap keeps components in place
- Includes complete hardware kit
The OmniMount Story
It seems that every day a new company appears on the scene touting its expertise, experience, and business acumen in the world of TV mounts, furniture, and accessories. TVs are big investments and if treated with care, should deliver many years of entertainment. We urge you to trust your investment to a company who has a proven track record (in our case over 35 years) of offering great products, standing behind them, and continuously innovating to meet the needs of our valued customers. As an American company employing hundreds of people in the U.S. and abroad, we hope you will support us and our employees just as our products robustly support your valued TVs, speakers, and A/V components.
Founded in 1978, OmniMount holds a position as global leader in product innovation. OmniMount honed its skills as a pioneer in the field of audio mounts, and it continues to build on its strong foundation and heritage. As the once separate worlds of hi-fi and video have fused into home theater, the company’s scope has greatly expanded to incorporate a complete portfolio of solutions, including TV mounts, AV wall shelves, wire management products, AV equipment rack enclosures, digital signage mounts, audio products, and more.
The ECS is a glass wall shelf that is designed to hold a cable box, DVD player, or virtually any other component that needs to be located near a mounted television.
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We installed this shelf with drywall toggle-bolts VS hitting a stud, as doing this would give me the most centered placement of the shelf on my back wall. Even with this method of mount, the shelf has worked perfectly.
Regarding how far it sticks out from the wall...yes, it does. I haven't measured but 4-5" seems about right. BUT, in my case, the Epson 5020 fills up about 97% of the glass space, leaving some room at the back for the HDMI & power cable to not be tightly-bent when attached. I do NOT see this as any kind of a design FLAW, rather a positive move on the design to compensate for LARGE home theater projectors, AVR's, etc...If you are using a Pico or other 'small' projector, OF COURSE this is going to be too large for you. But do NOT blame the product when your projector or ______ device fills up 1/8th the space provided by the shelf. It would be like faulting a home builder for adding a 3 car garage when you only want to put a bicycle in there. These types of comments always frustrate me, because for MY use (and probably many other who have used it like me or WILL use it like me), this shelf deserves HONEST and ACCURATE reviews from people who use it as it was designed to be used.
Overall, again, if you have to shelf-mount your projector, this is an EXCELLENT choice. I would easily choose this again if decide to shelf-mount another projector in our home. BUT, if you aren't planning on using a LARGE (think 18-25lb in the roughly 18-20" x 15-17" range, then clearly you are looking at a shelf you shouldn't be, this will be extremely overkill, and only YOUR fault for ordering it.
The glass surface is about 18 inches wide and protrudes 21 inches from the wall. The back edge of the glass is a little over 5 inches from the wall. The support arm swivels in the wall bracket, allowing the arm to be pointed in different directions, up to the point where the glass touches the wall. The arm fits in the wall bracket snugly enough that the connecting bolt can be tightened to keep it from swiveling accidentally. The glass does not swivel.
Since some reviewers have reported that the included mounting screws break easily, I bought two 0.25 inch by 2.5 inch lag bolts from a local hardware supplier, and used those instead. I drilled pilot holes through the wall surface and into the stud, lubricated the lag bolts with paraffin from a candle, and screwed them in with a socket wrench.
The bottom wall screw hole is extra wide, allowing for minor leveling adjustments after the lag bolts are (mostly) screwed into the wall. I left the lag bolts a little loose until the whole thing was assembled, placed a level on the glass surface, positioned the wall bracket such that the shelf was level, and finally tightened the lag bolts to the wall.
On both of the units I received, the black metal disc on the support arm was not flat, which meant the silver disc glued to the glass shelf would not sit flush on the black disc's surface. This left me with two unappealing and possibly dangerous options: Either leaving the attaching screws somewhat loose, or tightening them and possibly causing the silver disc to warp and eventually separate from the glass. (The latter is probably what caused the pop/crack sound I heard when assembling my first unit, which is how I noticed the flaw.) The problem is made worse by the fact that the included screws are so short that only a few threads make contact when the screws are in place. This seems like a major flaw, since I don't want glass falling on people or expensive electronics falling on the ground.
I worked around the problem by purchasing some slightly longer screws (M6 12mm I think), and using them with star lock washers to snugly attach the silver disc to the support arm without warping anything but the washers.
I do have two slight negative comments, which are the reasons this is a four-star and not a five-star review. The first is that while this shelf can be installed at angles to the wall, there is no way to easily lock it into one position. I have it tightened pretty well into a straight position, but it is possible to move it, and it shouldn't be. It should just lock. The other minor negative point is that the cover for the cable channel does not stay on as securely as it might.
Overall, though, I am pleased with my purchase of this glass component shelf.
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