VideoSecu Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket for 26"-55" LCD LED Plasma 3D TV with VESA up to 400x400, Full Motion Tilt Swivel Dual Arms BD4
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- Fit 26" 27" 32" 37" 40" 42" 46" 47" 50" 52" 55" Display with VESA up to 400x400mm(16"x16")
- Steel construction, supports TV up to 135 lbs., Mount to wood wall studs up to 16" on center.
- Minimum mounting profile 4.3", extends to 16"; Adjustable tilt 15 degree forward or 5 degree backward; Swivel 160 degrees
- Post installation level adjustment allows TV to be level after mounting
- Common hardware pack included in the package
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The MW340B makes it easy to wall-mount and position your LED LCD TV. This full-motion bracket can support most TVs from 26"-47" and Some up to 55" Display with VESA mount hole up to 400x400 (16 inch apart). The arm pulls out to extend your TV up to 16" from the wall. The mount lets you swivel, tilt it up or down your TV for optimal viewing. This mount fit most brand TV with mounting thread inserts (VESA) 400x400,400x300,400x200,300x300,300x200,200x200,200x100,100x100mm (16"x16"/16"x8"/8"x8"/16"x12"/12x12"/12"x8"/8"x4"/4"x4"), up to 135 lbs., common mounting hardware included.
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This mount is not low profile. Between the articulating arms, the additional plate, and the brackets that mount to the TV, there is a fair amount of distance between the back of the TV and the wall. Also, the mount does sag a bit when the arms are extend. The TV that it is mounted on is heavy (78 pounds), but is about half the maximum capacity that this mount is advertised to carry.
Overall, this is a good mount for my heavy TV. While the mount does stick out a bit from the wall (even when compressed), the narrow width ensures that the mount stays hidden behind the sides of the TV.
I unfortunately didn't measure the studs prior to purchase, and only after I began planning where to hang this mount did I discover my apartment has 24" studs instead of the 16" studs this was designed for. After a quick trip to Lowe's, I attached two 2x4s to my 24" studs, and then used these to attach the mount to the wall. Including my modification time, it took about 45 minutes to set everything up on my own. The bolts provided to secure the mount to the wall are a little tricky to ratchet in, especially as you try and hold the mount level with your pre-drilled holes. I would suggest having another person help you attach the mount to the wall. I would NOT suggest using the included wall fixing screws/anchors! Mounting your precious TV on drywall anchors is a recipe for disaster, especially with the cheap anchors they include. Make sure you find a way to hang this mount on studs, or 2x4s as I did if there aren't studs where you want to mount the TV. You can always paint over the 2x4s to blend in with the wall, but honestly, the TV will cover them and you'll never notice them either way.
They provide a myriad of screws to mount the TV to the TV plate, however, make sure you are orienting the plate correctly. The instructions aren't the clearest here, and I accidentally mounted it upside down (although it was quick to rearrange the proper way once I realized the mistake). The side adjustment screws that tilt the TV either forwards or backwards are a little loose, and it appears they can't be tightened (on each side, there is a quick release handle and a set of screws to adjust the tilt; the quick release is very tight, the bottom screws are not...maybe this is how it was designed?). I'll report back if I can figure out how to further tighten them, or if it doesn't affect the mount's performance.
Overall, it's a great mount for the price ($40 when I purchased, delivered same day for free). If you adequately plan out the location of the mount, and have help assembling the thing, I think you will be very pleased with this product.
I didn't use the included mounting hardware because I always prefer to use my own lag screws purchased from a hardware store, but I did use the included hardware to attach to the TV, which was simple enough, as was getting the assembled TV and brackets up onto the mount itself. Getting the balance and position just right can be a bit tricky, but once you've got it where you want it, it holds well if you tighten down the screws. As I stated earlier, since I didn't need to be able to move mine around, I tightened everything in place, and it's been holding nicely in that position since.