Full-Motion TV Wall Mount (Max 66 lbs, 23 - 42 inch)
    Product # 10466
    Full-Motion TV Wall Mount (Max 66 lbs, 23 - 42 inch)
    Product # 10466
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    Full-Motion TV Wall Mount (Max 66 lbs, 23 - 42 inch)


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    Don't leave your flat panel TV on a table or stand where it can be knocked over and damaged, or even worse injure a child or pet. Instead, mount it securely and safely to the wall using this Adjustable Tilting/Swiveling Wall Mount Bracket from Monoprice!

    This mount bracket supports adjustments in three dimensions; it can be swiveled ±180°, can be tilted ±15°, and can be rotated ±3°, for final leveling adjustments. It has undergone extensive safety testing and has been certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), which ensures that it will perform safely and reliably.

    This bracket is designed to mount an LCD, LED, or Plasma display with a VESA mounting pattern of 75x75, 100x100, 200x100, or 200x200, which includes most 23" to 42" TVs*. It can be mounted to any type wall (brick, concrete, wood stud, etc.) and can safely hold up to 66 lbs (including the weight of the mount itself). Mounting hardware and cable management clips are included.

    * Note that the display screen size is only an approximation. Your TV is compatible with this mount as long as your display has a VESA mounting pattern and weight that fit within the size and weight limits listed above.

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    Model # 10466
    Type Tilting/Swiveling
    Minimum VESA 75 x 75
    Maximum VESA 200 x 200
    Maximum Weight 66 lbs
    Minimum Display Size 23"
    Maximum Display Size 42"
    Minimum Extension 1.8"
    Maximum Extension 20.2"
    Tilt Range ±15 degrees
    Swivel Range ±180 degrees
    Rotation Range ±3 degrees
    Construction Steel, Aluminum, & Plastic
    Color Black & Silver
    Wall Plate Dimensions 4.3" x 12.9"
    Front Plate Dimensions 9.1" x 9.1"
    Built In Level No
    Cable Management Yes
    UL Certified Yes
    RoHS Compliant Yes
    Notes: No logo on mount


    5 Reviews

    94% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Full Swing...

    • William Stoye,
    •  Campbell, CA 
    • 5/3/2016 5:00:33 AM

    Pros: Looks good, well built, does the job I wanted it do... I'd buy another if needed.

    Cons: One of the two wire fairleads has insufficient space for the TV power cord and two HDMI cables, it needed to be strapped on, I used a hook and loop strap otherwise an attractive, cleaver design.

    This TV wall mount works as I hoped it would, it looks nice, sturdy/steady and well designed I needed the extra 3" this swings out so I opted for this more expensive mount Used as a wall TV/Slideshow monitor and swings out for a Karaoke monitor. I'm pleased with the choice!

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    Good Looking Mount

    • yohann,
    •  Trabuco Canyon, CA 
    • 9/22/2015 8:20:57 PM

    Pros: Robust and good looking. Easy to install

    Cons: Cord routing device is cheap and flimsy. Plan on using zip ties

    This mount was great in all ways except the cord routing. First time install took all of 10 minutes once I located the studs. 26" Toshiba fit the mounts. many options of connecting. My comment is the engineer that came up with the cord routing set-up flunked his classes. Come, increase the budget $2-3 and get it right. My zip ties worked fine. The rest of the mount was too good to return it for the engineering "miss". It gets marked to an 8 for this reason.

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    •  COLUMBUS, OH 
    • 12/5/2014 11:32:17 AM

    Cons: Would not fit tv purchased for

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear PID 10466 did not work out for your setup. If I may ask, what is the make and full model number of the display you are looking to mount? If you would like, I can assist you in finding a compatible solution for your specific TV. I can also help setup an RMA for a return on PID 10466 if you did not have a use for it. Please let me know and thank you in advance!

    Gabby Villa
    Tech Support Associate
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    Holy crud this thing is beefy

    • Anonymous,
    •  Grand Prairie, TX 
    • 11/23/2014 6:08:47 AM

    Pros: Very heavyweight (in a good way - confident it can support the TV)
    Good positive adjustments
    Effective cord routing
    VESA plate does not extend beyond 200x200 pattern (i.e. won't block ports)
    Nice hangar mechanism w/ 2 large thumbscrews - but see 'cons' below
    Good look w/ black and stainless finish
    Good instructions with included drill/marking template

    Cons: On mine the bottom screw post for the hangar was really tight to get into the bottom slot...suspect very slightly off-tolerance slot drill. Manageable, but shouldn't have to fight that hard.
    "Rotate" adjustment (3deg rotation about screen axis) is really just bottom thumbscrew position

    This mount is incredibly sturdy and heavy in its own right. Included hardware for wall attachment to concrete (inserts) or studs. Included VESA metric screws in several sizes for the TV attachment (4 different sizes I think). My only real 'con' above is with the VESA plate attachment, for which I liked the idea but the implementation was a tiny bit out of spec: the VESA plate attaches to the TV just fine. But the backside of the VESA has two threaded posts incorporated into it. One of these just drops into a sort of V-shaped well at the top of the mount arm end, the other has to go thru a slot this way you can have the large knurled flat thumbscrew loosely on the top post to help mount the TV, then go tighten upper one and add the lower one to firmly affix. If you can imagine 2 posts sticking out and tucking the top one into a V then you have to sort of rotated the face of the TV downward very slightly to get the bottom one into a slot, but the distance between the V and the slot is just slightly tight so it's really difficult to get the angle perfect and scrape it in...that's what happened. Took one person holding the TV (only a 40" in my case so not too heavy) and another behind stabilizing the arm head to get it threaded. After that, the 'rotate' adjustment is just where you tighten down the bottom thumbscrew in the slot, and since the threaded post scraped against the mount hole it sort of roughened some of the threads and took a bit more than grip strength to turn (I used a wrench with padded jaws to get that last half turn or two).

    Overall very pleased, if you get one you might get a feel for how 'tight' the 2 VESA plate posts feel in the arm head and perhaps do a little file work to open the bottom slot just a tad for initial placement...don't overdo it of course because you don't want your 'rotate' adjustment to become sloppy.

    Note also that this is a full articulation arm for distance from wall and right-left swivelling,but the screen 'rotate' and 'tilt' positions are fixed (tilt with a hex-head that you tighten down in the desired angle). This does not dynamically alter tilt during use. One final comment when mounting - be sure to measure the distance from the top of the wall mount to the top of the VESA pattern on the plate, then from the VESA pattern on your TV back to the top of your TV, to decide wall height placement. The mount does show slightly below the TV when the arm is in the fully folded, closest to the wall position, and VESA patterns are typically below centerline on the TVs. Just so you don't get the mount on your wall then have an "oh crud" moment that the TV won't fit unless tilted way down, if you wanted it near you ceiling/wall boundary.

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    As advertized

    • GaryM,
    •  North Las Vegas, NV 
    • 5/27/2014 6:51:35 PM

    Pros: Easy to install and operate.

    Cons: None, to this point.

    I've purchased a number of wall mounts from Monoprice. Each of them have been exactly as advertised and described. This one was exceptionally easy to install. Well done, Monoprice.

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