Clean integration is made easy for flat panel mounting. This mount is an all in one mount which includes shelving for a clean looking system. Having it manufactured as one unit, makes it easier to install and secure your TV, cable boxes or DVD players. A tempered glass shelf is sturdy and will support the TV equipment as well as cable set top boxes. This mount will hold up to a 58 Inch Flat Screen TV up to 120 lbs.
-Complete wire management
-Integrated TV mount up to 58 Inches and the Mount up to 120 lbs TV
-Single or double stud mounting
-For VESA Patterns 200×100 mm to 600×400 mm
-There are versatile articulating mounts for a 37- 70-in. Flat-panel TVs. These are usually pre-assembled with heavy-duty dual wishbone arms. It allows the mount to extend the unit over 20 in” from the wall. It allows 15 degree of tilt . This mount is perfect for hanging TVs allowing for a wide range of viewing positions
Tips for Installing a TV Wall Mount
-Once you have purchased the mount that you need for your TV and you have all the hardware available, you are ready to start. A good idea is to have a friend or relative to help with the installation. A couple of hints.
-Find where the studs are in the wall and mark accordingly. Mark the spot and measure between the ceiling and the floor for the center of the wall. Once you are satisfied on the location, you can also mark where the screw holes are going to be.
-If you are using a flat TV wall mount, you may have to purchase the screws for the installation. Make sure they are long screws, they make the mount much more secure.
If you want to hide all the cables and wiring, but don’t have a cable connector in the wall, you can position a bookcase or something similar to hide them. The best way that I have heard is to buy a rounded piece of crown molding. You paint the molding the same color as your wall. You just gather the wires together, put the molding over top, and put a few nails in the top, middle and bottom. If you need to move the TV, it will be easy to take down and will not leave the wall looking damaged.-Always check and be sure everything feels tight and sturdy. It is well worth your time and money to make sure the TV doesn’t fall off the wall.
This is a FYI that, there is a voluntary association that you should be aware of when buy a TV. VESA (which stands for The Video Electronics Standards Association) has set up an industry-wide standards for electronics, which includes TV mounts. The regulation is quite easy to understand, TV and TV mounts marked “VESA mounting compliant” will fit together. If you have purchased a Non-compliant TV and a non compliant wall mount, you will have to purchase a separate adapter plate.