Sanus Low Profile Tilt Wall Mount for 37-80-Inch TV and Monitor
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|Mounting Hole Type||VESA 600mm x 400mm|
|Specification Met||Certified Frustration-free|
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This mount features an exclusive tilting technology for effortless adjustment of viewing angles, helping to reduce glare glare from lights and windows. Tilting also offers a better view when TV is above eye level.
This mount places your TV nearly flush to the wall for a sleek, modern look. Pull down on hidden straps to access cables behind your TV.
Laterally adjustable TV brackets allow the mount to shift left and right on the wall plate for perfect placement, even with off-center wall studs.
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The SANUS Classic MLT14 is a tilting wall mount for most 37 inch to 80 inch flat-panel TVs up to 130 lbs. Virtual Axis technology allows 10 degrees of tilt motion with the touch of a finger to help reduce glare. Lateral shift ability makes it easy to center the TV on the wall, even with off-center studs. Locking mechanism holds the TV securely in place on the wall plate; add a padlock (sold separately) for additional security. Comes pre-assembled for a quick and easy installation. UL-Listed for quality and safety assurance.
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The included directions were clear and easy to follow, even specifying the proper drill bit to use for pilot holes. Their is a lot of TV mounting hardware included, unfortunately TV's vary so much that the screws I needed were not included. I don't blame Sanus, there's just too many configurations to try and anticipate. I was able to quickly pick up what I needed (M8x45mm) at Lowe's. I recommend looking at your TV instructions for mounting to see what screws you will need ahead of time to be prepared.
I debated between this mount and some cheaper high-rated options for a few days, but ultimately I decided that a single steel mounting plate was the safe way to go for a little more money. If you're spending $1k+ on a TV, don't skimp on the details. Having a single mount plate is sturdier, and easier to get level.
The two arms that connect to the back of the TV are well designed with a spring loaded safety release at the bottom. I attached them per my TV's instructions and was able to attach the TV on the mounting plate easily. The spring loaded clips snapped right into place. The TV can easily slide side to side still, which is a plus/minus. I would kind of like a set screw to keep my kids from accidentally bumping it to the side once I have the position set.
Angle adjustment is pretty easy, there are two screws with knobs you can turn with your hands. You probably want to set those to your anticipated angle at a moderate tension before lifting the TV into place. Reaching behind the TV to adjust the knobs after it's on the wall is a tight squeeze if you have large hands.
The TV is so close to the wall that there isn't a lot of room for cables or things behind it. I was able to get a small power strip and my TV only has a single cable that comes out the back horizontally and runs to an HDMI hub, but if you had a bunch of cables to attach after it is on the wall it could be a challenge. Especially if the cables come straight off the back of the TV. You probably want to plug in as much as possible before lifting the TV into place.
Once you get everything up it looks great.
I couldn't really think of a single way to improve on this.
The length is exactly 26 inches wide, so having 24 inch wide studs means it fits exactly from 1 stud to the next. Yeah great, but not every stud pattern is fitted exactly center in the room to the wall you are mounting the TV.
So if your stud pattern is 6 inches off center from the center of a room. Then there is no leverage to slide the VESA mount railing left or right on the wall mount frame. I have another mount that is 35 inches wide and allows for the mount to be off center from the wall studs and allows for sliding the VESA rail even further off center if necessary.
Basically, if you have 24 inch stud. The placement of the stud determines exactly where the TV will sit with no wiggle room for left or right lateral adjustments. A mount for 80 inch tv should at least be 35 inches wide.
Gave it 4 stars, because product is great quality. I guess i should have noticed the width before following through with purchase.
Very simple, sturdy design the just works. After replacing an existing mount because the articulating arms caused sag, I couldn't be happier with this one. So, when one of my TV's needed repair and I was removing it from the existing mount, I decided its time to buy a 3rd one.
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