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Can you use this to mount a 46" tv in a corner?

asked on November 25, 2012

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Yes, I have a 42" and it work great.
Lynn answered on November 25, 2012
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I have this mount but not in the corner. I found it doesn't pull out as far as other mounts which isn't a problem for me since my tv is 40". I also bought video secure mount (http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001TICH08?qid=1353816535&sr=8-6) which pulls out further for my 55". That could be a better option depending on ho… see more I have this mount but not in the corner. I found it doesn't pull out as far as other mounts which isn't a problem for me since my tv is 40". I also bought video secure mount (http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001TICH08?qid=1353816535&sr=8-6) which pulls out further for my 55". That could be a better option depending on how wide your tv is. Hope this helps. see less I have this mount but not in the corner. I found it doesn't pull out as far as other mounts which isn't a problem for me since my tv is 40". I also bought video secure mount (http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001TICH08?qid=1353816535&sr=8-6) which pulls out further for my 55". That could be a better option depending on how wide your tv is. Hope this helps.
Rissj3 answered on November 25, 2012
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We did and it won't rotate very far. But, if you put 2x4's between the mount and the wall, it will probably rotate like you want it to
teeroy answered on November 25, 2012
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Yes, I mounted a 46" on it and it, I have it in the corner also, it worked perfect for me.
HOLDRITE1 answered on November 25, 2012
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This one must be mounted on a flat wall. Keep in mind it comes out from the wall about a foot and is tilts every way.
sd answered on November 25, 2012
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My 43" is mounted with the left side of the TV about 3" from the wall corner. When shifted to the right and then pulled out on left side, my TV comes out about 20" from the back wall and 12" from the left side wall, while being almost touching the right side of the back wall. I hope you can visualize what I am descri… see more My 43" is mounted with the left side of the TV about 3" from the wall corner. When shifted to the right and then pulled out on left side, my TV comes out about 20" from the back wall and 12" from the left side wall, while being almost touching the right side of the back wall. I hope you can visualize what I am describing. I am happy with mine but wish it would turn a bit farther. I would think the bigger the TV, the less space you could turn it from the wall. I guess its all a matter of how much you want it to turn from the wall. I agree with the idea of building the mounting out from the wall in the suggestion from teeroy. see less My 43" is mounted with the left side of the TV about 3" from the wall corner. When shifted to the right and then pulled out on left side, my TV comes out about 20" from the back wall and 12" from the left side wall, while being almost touching the right side of the back wall. I hope you can visualize what I am describing. I am happy with mine but wish it would turn a bit farther. I would think the bigger the TV, the less space you could turn it from the wall. I guess its all a matter of how much you want it to turn from the wall. I agree with the idea of building the mounting out from the wall in the suggestion from teeroy.
Amazon Customer answered on November 25, 2012
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This wall bracket is designed for straight walls not a corner. The bracket will articulate right or left from center by several inches, but it would not be as much as if you got a mount made specifically for corner mounting.
Rcaman answered on November 25, 2012
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Sort of....the mount has to be flat against one wall but you can put it as close to the corner as the mount itself will go as long as you are going into two studs OR you can attach a board to the wall, using two studs and then attach the mount to the board. This is what we had to do because I was mounting it near a doo… see more Sort of....the mount has to be flat against one wall but you can put it as close to the corner as the mount itself will go as long as you are going into two studs OR you can attach a board to the wall, using two studs and then attach the mount to the board. This is what we had to do because I was mounting it near a doorway and it had to be set so the TV didn't overhang the door opening which made it impossible to attach into the wall studs. see less Sort of....the mount has to be flat against one wall but you can put it as close to the corner as the mount itself will go as long as you are going into two studs OR you can attach a board to the wall, using two studs and then attach the mount to the board. This is what we had to do because I was mounting it near a doorway and it had to be set so the TV didn't overhang the door opening which made it impossible to attach into the wall studs.
Rose Tyler answered on March 16, 2013
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