Ceiling Bracket for 10~37inch LCD LED with Tilting (Max 66Lbs, 10~37inch)
    Product # 4051
    Ceiling Bracket for 10~37inch LCD LED with Tilting (Max 66Lbs, 10~37inch)
    Product # 4051
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    Ceiling Bracket for 10~37inch LCD LED with Tilting (Max 66Lbs, 10~37inch)

    If you've got a wall you don't want to drill into, or no wall at all where you want to mount your TV, you need a Ceiling Mount Bracket from Monoprice!

    When purchasing a wall mount there are several basic considerations. The first is the weight of your display versus the weight limit of the mount. You should look for a mount with a weight capacity that exceeds the weight of your TV by at least 50%. The reason for this is that the rated weight capacity of a mount is the absolute maximum weight it can withstand without incurring a structural failure of some kind. Also, the weight of the mount itself is included in the maximum capacity.

    The second thing to look for is a mount that can accommodate the mounting holes on the back of your TV. The actual size of the display itself (e.g., 42") is of almost no concern. The owner's manual of your TV should show the VESA size required, which is measured in millimeters.

    The third thing to look for is the type of mount. In general, there are three basic types: fixed, tilting, and fully articulating with tilt, swivel, and extension. Which you should choose depends entirely on your needs and your budget.

    This mount is designed to mount to a ceiling and is capable of being rotated 360°. It can hold up to 66 lbs weight and can mount displays with 50x50, 75x75, 100x100, 200x100, and 200x200 VESA patterns.



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    Specifications
    Model # 4051
    Type Tilting Ceiling
    Minimum VESA 50 x 50
    Maximum VESA 200 x 200
    Maximum Weight 66 lbs
    Minimum Display Size 10"
    Maximum Display Size 37"
    Minimum Extension 34.2"
    Maximum Extension 61.4"
    Tilt Range ±20 degrees
    Swivel Range 360 degrees
    Rotation Range N/A
    Construction Steel
    Color Silver
    Wall Plate Dimensions  
    Front Plate Dimensions 8.7" x 8.7"
    Built In Level No
    Cable Management Yes
    UL Certified No
    RoHS Compliant Yes
    Notes: Tilting
    4.7 / 5.0
    19 Reviews
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    The best of 3 Mono Price Ceiling Mounts that I've used
    This seems to be identical to Model 5465 except that the latter is available in black as well as metallic and it lacks a tilting feature (so, if you want that, you have attach a bulky tilting wall bracket to the TV and then this mount to the wall bracket). This bracket is sturdy and maintains a perpendicular drop from the ceiling even with the TV tilted. Two other mounts I've tried (one from Monoprice (Model 10465 and one from Amazon) leaned out at a 20-degree angle as soon as you attach the TV. While they were still safe, the appearance was really tacky). So, this one is definitely the best of all of them and leave the least clutter when everything is hooked up. The drawbacks to this one are that it's minimum drop from the ceiling may be too low for some folks. If this is the case, you can easily cut off some of the pipe with a hacksaw or oscillating tool. The other drawback for those with traditional wood-frame + sheetrock ceilings with 16" between rafters is that the 4 precut bolt holes assume a concreted ceiling. If you wanted to attach it to a stud, you'd have to drill one hole on either side of the flange in the middle between the existing corner bolt holes. While this would I think be adequately secure, it might not result in the 100% perpendicular drop from the ceiling once the weight of the TV was attached as sheetrock is not a fraction as hard as concrete!

    PROS: Strong, sturdy, east to install, & excellent value!

    CONS: A little industrial, Spartan-looking.
    January 14, 2016
    Minimum drop length and wire channel
    First: This mount is incredible in terms of strength of construction.

    I just wanted to let others know that the minimum drop length of 34.25" is not to the center of the mounting plate. The first point for placing the holding pin makes the length to the center of the mounting at 40".

    Also: The cable management, ie running power and video through the tubing, will not take a standard DVI cable. The inner channel is only 1 7/16" (3.65cm)wide.



    August 25, 2009
    Great Monoprice Price As Always
    I got a request for a couple of these at work and they nearly identical to the piece that the client brought to me which would have cost over $100 each for the same item.

    PROS: Great price, same build quality as $100 item
    October 10, 2011
    Solid Mount for Ceiling Hanging
    Mount came as described/ pictured. With one exception, the description stated that the maximum VESA was 200x100, which is incorrect, it is actually 200x200 as shown in the picture. The maximum VESA is 200x200(7.875"x 7.875")

    PROS: Mount came as described/ pictured. With one exception, the description stated that the maximum VESA was 200x100, which is incorrect, it is actually 200x200 as shown in the picture. The maximum VESA is 200x200(7.875"x 7.875")

    CONS: Would rather have option to order black
    January 29, 2013
    ceiling mount bracket
    I have been dealing with monoprice for several years now and have not seen any bad item, few times had to return because of wrong item and had absolutely no problems, very courtious, prompt service.
    keep up the great work guys!

    PROS: very simple, sturdy and easy to mount. no brainer

    CONS: non
    June 14, 2013
    Good Product
    Purchase one of these for 27" display. Unfortunately the ceiling is low and I need the monitor to be about 2" from celing and the bracket minimum length is still way too long for my installation. So I cut both end of the pipe and drill new hole for the screw. It is perfect now.
    July 19, 2010
    Ceiling Bracket for TV
    I can't complain for the price compared to buying at a big box store, but a smooth surface would be easier to clean. I knew it would be too long, so I was prepared, different lengths of the same bracket would be nice, I just cut mine and drilled a new hole to mount it. It is a residential app. so I wanted it close to the 9.5' ceiling. It came with hardware to mount to the TV and in the ceiling, bout only has expandable concrete anchors. If you need lag bolts to go into wood, you'll have to provide that.

    PROS: Great price, well made and simple to use and install.

    CONS: Only came with concrete mounts, I needed lag bolts. Rough, silver colored finish gets dirty easily. Too long for my application.
    July 19, 2013
    66lbs limit is a joke, should have been 660lbs
    great mount was extreme overkill for our 15lb TV, seeking how i (270lb) could hang from it with no issues.

    PROS: wow this thing is sturdy, ours came a little bent on the part that screws into the wall but we hammered it out with no issues. it also has plastic collars which were wonderful because we crudely hacked off the pipe and the collar hid this mess. the cable routing was also very nice and was large enough for everything.

    CONS: really long, but i knew that from the description. the box suffered a drop and this bent part of it, but was undoable.
    December 3, 2010
    5/5
    Very pleased with the product. Built well and installed easily. Great for my application of getting a reasonably priced mount for a flat panel in my shop.
    May 5, 2010
    5/5
    Monoprice is the best!

    PROS: Sturdy, quality, and worked perfect for my under deck mount. Monoprice's business practices are 2nd to none. I am a customer for life!

    CONS: I, too, had to cut about 18 inches off this steel tubing and drill new holes. I knew this going in though. Not a big deal.
    June 20, 2011
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