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VideoSecu Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket for most 37 to 70-Inch LCD LED Plasma Screen Display up to VESA 400X400 684X300 700X400mm with HDMI cable, Bubble Level MP502B 3KR
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- Installation of 1 customer-supplied TV mounting bracket
- Securing the TV and load testing the hardware
- Cord concealment within provider-supplied cover
- TV cannot be mounted above a fireplace
- TV mounting is for drywall only
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- Fits most 37" 40" 42" 46" 47" 50" 52" 55" 58" 60" 62" 63" 65" 70" flat panel screens; VESA compatible up to VESA700x400
- Supports screens up to 165 lbs; Solid sturdy wall plate provides strength and durability
- Rail design allows TV to shift left and right for TV placement adjustment
- Adjustable 15 degree of forward tilt; Support mounting stud up to 30"
- Content: TV wall mount, 7 ft HDMI cable, Bubble Level, standard hardware pack and user manual; Assembly required
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The VideoSecu TV Mount is compatible with LED, LCD, and Plasma TVs and other flat panel display between 37 and 70 inches weigh less than 165lbs. Supports all VESA mounting standards 700x400, 684x300, 600x400, 600x300, 600x200, 500x300, 400x400, 400x300, 400x200, 300x300, 300x200, 200x200, 200x100 mm. Over 12 lbs solid heavy-gauge steel construction offers a smooth surface, high-tech look while providing strength and durability. Viewing angle can be adjusted by tilt 0-15 degree forward. TV is positioned just 2.2" profile from the wall for a clean, low-profile appearance. Lift and lock safety system secure the display in position as needed. How to ensure the mount compliance with your selected display? First, the weight of your display should be less than 165lbs. Second, mounting holes distance on the rear of TV must be less than 28" (700mm) horizontally and 16" (400mm) vertically. Last, the mount plate width is 32". Your TV should be at least 37". Otherwise, you will see the bracket.
Top customer reviews
it is almost impossible to tighten the final settings for angle, because there's no room between the wall and the TV.
Therefore you must plan carefully and tighten the angle before attaching the TV (with its plate).
All of the necessary bolts are provided and labeled. The quality of the wall screws is good! You may need to purchase longer ones at the hardware store depending on the thickness of the wall on top of your studs.
1. You must hit studs for the bolts to hold. In my case the location needed to be built out (previous wall recess) and I put 2x4's horizontally across
where mounting the bracket was to be located. This allowed bolting anywhere along the bracket.
2. If your mounting spacing on the LCD panel is far apart, if possible, locate the mounting bolts under neath the mounting clips.
Add additional bolts near the center as the two piece bracket tends to buckle. Adding additional bolts keeps the bracket straight.
3. LOCATE the power and AV outlets ABOVE the mounting bracket. Why, the mounting bracket hardware allows the LCD panel to tilt
downward. The space below the bracket, after putting in cables, is zero and pushes the panet upward, or flat to the wall. You may not
want this. USE RECESSED receptacles also. Placing the receptacles above the bracket allows for more room for cables and tilting the panel
4. Plug in the cables BEFORE mounting the LCD panel on the bracket....no room behind to get your hand up there.
5. There is a lot of extra hardware included. Why??? Just use what you need and leave the rest.
6. The hardware called out in the instructions did not work. I just used something that would fit in the back of the LCD panel.
7. The plastic name plate can be used as a cable retainer.
The mounting bracket is two pieces but the instructions were easy to figure out. For the price it is very heavy duty, and I am not concerned that it can hold the tv.
The tilt leaves a little to be desired, because it is difficult to get my arms behind the tv to work but fits very snug to the wall, so that makes it a plus. I will look to this company when making a purchase again.
* It's important to note that this mount does an *adequate* job as compared to mounts 5+ times the price, but it's not "the same" as an expensive mount. I'll explain at the end. That said, here are my gripes:
- As some reviewers have mentioned, it's quite difficult to get it even. I used my own trusted level, and the mount itself was dead on even, however, once I mounted the TV it was clearly uneven. I've mounted dozens of TV's, so it's not a matter of a lack of experience either. The quality of the mounting brackets is sub-par. The hooks sit uneven, and all 4 move individually, independent of each other, which is bad. The two hooks on each side should move TOGETHER. But instead of taking the entire mount off, repositioning it, drilling new holes, etc, etc...I simply took an appropriately sized spare allen wrench (I have a ton of them laying around) and placed it underneath the left "hook" of the mount....and presto, it's even. The hook itself is still well attached so I'm not worried about it ever falling off, and you can't see the allen wrench in there at all.
- It's nearly impossible to adjust the tilt angle once mounted. I also see a lot of people complaining about the bottom screws. Yes, if you want the mount angled fully downward like I have it, the screws on the bottom are impossible to reach, but honestly they're not necessary unless you have someone crazy over your house that decides to lift the TV up off the mount. Other than that, thanks to the laws of gravity and the fact that TVs don't jump, the bottom screws are pointless.
- Lastly, the TV doesn't sit as flush against the wall as I'd like.
* I have an expensive mount for my 55" TV downstairs that I basically stole on black Friday - it was around $150, but due to some odd glitch I got it for $45. The metal itself is pretty much of the same quality, but that's where the differences end. You can see the difference in the overall quality of the brackets and tilt mechanism that mount to the TV itself - on the expensive mount, it's quite easy to tilt up and down once mounted, it sits completely even and has leveling adjustments that are easy to reach in case it isn't even. It also it sits VERY snugly against the wall.
So the verdict? No, it's not quite the same as a more expensive mount as many people seem to be saying, but if you're on a budget and don't mind dealing with the few small snags I've mentioned, then this is worth it.