Samsung WMN2000B Ultra Slim Wall Mount for 46 to 60 Inch TVs - Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Ultra Slim depth
- Minimal surface damage
- Quick and easy installation
- 2011 LED D4000 Series and up with 46"- 60" screens2011 Plasma D6500 Series and up with 51" screen2010
- LED C4000 Series and up with 40"- 55" screens2010 Plasma C6500 Series and up with 50" screen
- Plasma C6500 Series and up with 50" screen
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From the Manufacturer
The Samsung Ultra Slim Wall Mount for 46" - 60" HDTVs is an easy-to-install TV wall mount that's as ultra-slim as your Samsung HDTV. Why invest in an Ultra Slim TV and then in a TV wall mount that isn't? Samsung's ingenious cord-and-disc system lets you hang compatible HDTVs like you would a picture frame: it virtually hugs your wall. And it's so easy, there's no need for professional installers.
Compatible with Select Samsung Flat-Panel TVs
The WMN2000B is compatible with select 46" to 60" Samsung LED TVs, including most 2011 models from D4000 series and later and most 2010 models from C400 series and later.
Ultra Slim Depth
The ultra slim depth of this Samsung wall mount lets you mount your TV virtually flush against the wall for a sleek look. Achieve the look of professional installation in a few easy steps, with minimal surface damage to your wall.
The innovative cord-and-disc system conceals and organizes cables for an uncluttered appearance. The principle is similar to hanging a picture frame, so there's no need for a professional installer or risking major damage to your wall like with regular HDTV mounts. And this mount is VESA-compliant for guaranteed compatibility.
Top Customer Reviews
The instructions took some interpretation.
If you purchase this mount and intend to run your cables through the wall be sure to plan your installation carefully so that this mount does not interfere with it.
This mount can make your TV so flush to the wall that thick quality cabling might be too thick for the television to remain flush. There are spacers available in the kit, but using them adds another inch or so to the thickness.
Once it is installed it will be extremely difficult to remove so make sure you have it where you want it.
The mounts must be placed between 7 and 7.8 inches apart on your wall. Of course, this means that at most, you can only use one stud (unless you happen to have oddly spaced studs where your TV is going). On the box, it says to mount into 1/2" drywall (implying that no studs are necessary), and if using 3/8" drywall, use a stud. I did a lot of research on drywall mounts, and was prepared to buy a set of Toggler SnapToggle anchors, which were the strongest ones I could find. Turns out, the kit comes with a pair of exactly those kinds of anchors, and claims to be able to hold up to 440 lbs, with a safe working limit of 110 lbs (all the TVs this unit is designed for are much lighter than that).
Still, I was nervous about mounting the TV to drywall only, especially since I live in a rented apartment in a relatively old building, and who knows what condition the drywall is in? Luckily, there was a stud in exactly the right spot, so I was able to use one mount in stud and one mount in drywall, and I'm very comfortable with that.
Yes, the directions are slightly confusing, but can be easily cleared up on YouTube. I am very much an amateur when it comes to building stuff and mounting, and I had absolutely no problems with this. The kit includes everything you will need to mount on either drywall, brick, or concrete.Read more ›
The directions are not super specific. They're very general...some instructions or lack thereof require a bit of trial and error. Especially the section when determining which bolt/screw to use for your particular TV. They have several different kinds of screws, and I found it difficult (even reading the directions), but with screwing in and removing, I eventually found the right one. Sheesh!
The mount doesn't come with a template that would be very helpful to place up against the wall, so you have to do some measuring to figure out the exact placement of your hung tv. Just remember to do a dry run with a paper template of your TV taped on the wall so you have the right placement for the TV.
Its best to have all the connections made to your TV (Cable, AV, HDMI, Ethernet, etc) prior to installing as it can be a hassle adding or disconnecting cables. Once mounted you use a level to make sure its straight.
If you need to access the back like I have in the past, you can use this little kickstand that props up the bottom half of the tv. Any movement of the TV will make your TV crooked. If you have too many cables, your tv may not lay flat against the wall.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to install, works great. Really helps keep the tele flat against the wall, other mounts were not as low profile. Read morePublished 15 months ago by hybrid fan98
Perfectly mounts my UN55ES7500.
A lot of thought has gone into making this mount. Read more
By far the best wall mounting system on the market. It looks like I glued my 55 inch Samsung to the wall, that's how thin this thing is. Read morePublished 21 months ago by john william moss IV
This mount is perfect for the Samsung slim TVs. I replaced one that stood out several inches and while I was a bit concerned it would hold, I have had zero issues. Read morePublished 24 months ago by J. Flatt
Hangs the TV as it should be, just off the wall with minimal gap.
Easy to just hang, like a picture frame.
I had a carpenter friend come over to help me install this because I didn't want to take a chance, hanging a big TV like a picture on the wall. Read morePublished on April 14, 2014 by C. Elrod