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VideoSecu Low Profile TV Wall Mount Bracket for Most 32" - 75" LCD LED Plasma HDTV, Compatible with Sony Bravia Samsung LG Haier Panasonic Vizio Sharp AQUOS Westinghouse Pioneer ProScan Toshiba 1NN
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- Fits most 32" 37" 40" 42" 46" 47" 50" 52" 55" 58" 60" 62" 63" 65" 70" 75" LCD LED Plasma HDTV flat panel screens
- Compatible with mounting hole pattern 200x200 to 600x400(up to 24" Horizontal by 16" Vertical)
- The ultra-slim wall mount keeps the screen low 1.5" profile; Fits up to 24" studs
- Heavy duty steel construction provides 165 lbs loading capacity
- Common mounting hardware and user manual included; assembly required
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This item VideoSecu Low Profile TV Wall Mount Bracket for Most 32" - 75" LCD LED Plasma HDTV, Compatible with Sony Bravia Samsung LG Haier Panasonic Vizio Sharp AQUOS Westinghouse Pioneer ProScan Toshiba 1NN
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|Item Dimensions||2.2 x 12.8 x 8.2 in||4.6 x 17.1 x 2.6 in||1.42 x 18.58 x 16.93 in||16.93 x 25.59 x 1.1 in||2.5 x 17.9 x 10.9 in||16.93 x 25.2 x 1.42 in|
The low profile mount MF601B is compatible with LED, LCD, Plasma TVs and other flat panel displays measuring between 32 and 75 inches. Supports all VESA mounting standards 600x400, 600x200, 500x300, 400x400, 400x300, 400x200, 300x300, 200x200 and many odd size mounting patterns (mounting holes on the rear of the TV or panel should be no more than 23.6" inches horizontally and up to 16" vertically). The sturdy steel construction offers up to 165 lbs loading capacity. The open wall plate design get the cables routing while its low-profile design places the TV nearly flush to the wall for a clean appearance. Security screws hold TV securely in the wall plate. Standard mounting hardware included.
Notice: This mount fits most 32-60" TVs, some up to 65 70 75 inch TVs manufactured in recent 3 years
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Ordered this item Sunday morning - arrived today (Tuesday) see my pictures to follow along.
Box was very small - first thought - oh heck, but it turned out - the bracket is in 2 pieces and you'll need to bolt together (easy)
The second set of brackets go to the back of TV.
Hint for hanging, trick is to bolt brackets together first, what i do that makes my projects level every time - first find your wall studs - the i place an all, me I have some old very thin alan style screwdrivers - i place one in the wall at the stud - make very sure your level is setting square on your tool or nail - swing your 24" level so it reads level - then stick your next nail or tool in place, again make sure your level is sitting square on the 2 nails or your tool. take the level off and give both a tap with a hammer to make sure your hitting the wall stud. next drill 2 pilot holes. and attach your wall mount to the wall - again verify square - if everything's level - i just drill 2 more pilot holes straight down into the wall in the proper holes in the bracket.
I attached the second set of brackets to the TV, THIS IS IMPORTANT - not much room when the TV is on the wall - I connected the power and the HDMI cables before I hung the TV. I'm sure this saved a head ache of taking the TV down because of lack of room.
Once on the wall - YOU WILL NEED A PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWDRIVER THAT IS AT LEAST 10-12 INCHES LONG!!!!! very hard to screw in the screws that lock the TV in place without a long screwdriver. After tightening - plugged the TV in everything worked great. Took me about 30 minutes from start to finish - and yes - because I was only looking to hang a TV without options - this wall mount is inexpensive and works great!!
I pulled out the pieces, and it appeared to come with a lot of screws and other items. I was nervous it was going to take a lot of putting together, but then I found out it basically comes with screws for tons of different televisions at their different mounting sizes. Sure enough, it had the exact right screws for my Vizio.
I started working on getting my studs located, and found them quickly. Drilled small preholes to make sure I found them alright, and then drilled holes at the size recommended in the instructions. In order to get everything level, I used my own level because I had read many reviews that the little small one it came with was off. However, after I screwed the mount to the wall, I placed their level on top and it confirmed everything was level. It seemed to work just fine.
It was easy to lift the TV and get it to hook to the mount. (Besides the fact that the TV was a HEAVY BEAST) As soon as the top hooks were over the mount, it hung on the wall beautifully! As mentioned, the TV is not light at all, and it has been up now for over a month!
There is one con to mention:
The mount is a super low profile mount. There are screws at the bottom you are supposed to tighten, but unless I had a 3 foot screw driver, I have no idea how to get my hand back there and do it. Hasn’t caused any problems, but it isn’t as sturdy as it could be. (This could be a huge pro for some people!)
My rating is a 4.8 star rating, but rounded up because it has been an amazing mount overall!
- Easy to install. It's merely a matter of drilling some pilot holes and then screwing all the pieces together.
- You can adjust the height without making new holes in the wall
- TV can slide horizontally once it's on the wall. The mount doesn't have to be that close to center for it to work.
- Flat against the wall. I measured 1.75 inches.
- Sturdy, supports weight. I'm not worried about my TV falling.
- Comes with tons of screws for different televisions.
- The cables are a pain because it's so low-profile. Worth it, but a pain.
- Don't trust the levels. Use your own unless it's just as cheap as the ones they include.
OVERALL, get this mount. I use it for my 40" Sony Bravia TV and it seems to work great. It's low-profile, clean looking when you do see it, and easy to install. Think about the cables and leveling before you get to work and you'll have no problem. I'm an experienced Amazoner of high standards, and that's why I wanted to write a review that highlighted everything. Trust me when I say that the mount is of better quality than the $20 or $30 you're going to pay for it. I originally had a $400 motorized wall mount, and at the last moment I decided to return it and get this one. I'm happy with my decision and have no complaints.
LEVEL ADJUSTMENT - There's very little leveling adjustment you can do so just be sure to get it really close. If you do need slight tweaking, the wall screws are slightly smaller than the holes, and you can adjust the mount a tiny bit that way. However, you can also check to see if the mount will be level after drilling just two pilot holes. Drill the top two holes, put an extra bit in each, hang the mount on them, and simply stand back and see if it looks level. If your gut tells you that it's off at all, it probably is and change it before you do anything else. Remember that walls and floors are usually not level, and you should always do what looks good to the eye.
CABLES - Don't try feeding the cables through after mounting it. Plug in what you can before hanging it up.
HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT - Even though it allows for slight height adjustment, maybe an inch or two, it won't be too much. Try to get it as close as possible to what you want. The smaller the VESA, the bigger the adjustment. My Sony Bravia was VESA 300 x 300 and I could move mine about two inches up or down. You probably won't be able to adjust the height if your VESA is the max listed.
VESA - For those of you that don't know what VESA means, most TVs uses standardized holes for mounting (set by the Video Electronics Standards Association, or VESA). It makes it easy to find compatible mounts because all the brands are using the same standards. Each mount will list what VESA sizes it's compatible with under the product description, and your TV will say the same. Just make sure the two match. If you can't find what your TV is, you can also measure it. The numbers stand for millimeters. So if the holes on the back of your TV are 30 centimeters apart, your TV needs 300x300 VESA, as is the case with my Sony Bravia.
SONY BRAVIA - It's 300x300 VESA and uses the included parts G & J.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or want an update! Cheers!
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Requires tools to instal WHICH DON'T GO WITH THE PACKAGE. (Photos 2,3)