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Titan Series Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket - For TVs 30in to 63in, Max Weight 165lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 750x450, UL Cert...
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|Minimum VESA||100 x 100|
|Maximum VESA||200 x 200|
|Maximum Weight||80 lbs.|
|Minimum Display Size||23"|
|Maximum Display Size||40"|
|Tilt Range||+5/-15 degrees|
|Swivel Range||±90 degrees|
|Wall Plate Dimensions||3.0" x 12.5"|
|Front Plate Dimensions||9.1" x 8.7"|
|Notes:||No logo on mount|
Questions and Answers
Again, this TV mount uses M6 sized bolts. The product page should include this info.
We also mounted two other TVs in my office, one did not have standard sized screws for VESA mounting, but worked perfectly with this mount using the old screws. They have a lot of range and can be pulled away from the wall a good 2-4 feet and swiveled almost completely backwards without much effort. I worried about going in buying 6 of the same mount with the different use cases, but it has worked out very well.
I would say these work a lot better for a TV that doesn't move much over a monitor that you would want to adjust if you move in your seat, but it still works extremely well for so cheap.
Make sure when you place them on the wall that you measure multiple times to get the position on the wall correct since you cannot adjust the height of the display once it is on the wall. Luckily, my measurements came out perfect but this could be a huge issue if you are not careful in where you place them in relation to the other displays. You will need two people to safely mount the displays. I did it myself and damaged one of the TVs while holding it to screw in the 100x100 VESA mounts, which now will need to be replaced making this purchase much more expensive than I had accounted for. Save yourself the headache and expense by using two people to hang the displays. It would be a lot better if they supplied a slot to hang the display before needing to screw it in so you could place it temporarily to then attach. They do it for the 200x200 VESA, but not the 100x100 VESA mounting holes.
I also STRONGLY recommend drilling pilot holes for the ENTIRE LENGTH of the lag bolts. If you don't, you WILL strip the bolts and/or break them off. I did not run in to either of those problems, but had a LOT of resistance the last 1/2 to 1/4 screwing them into the studs. Err on the side of caution and drill them further than you think.
When opening all six mounts, I noticed one of the mounts was attached upside down where the display attaches. Make sure on the mount that the two closer lag bolt holes that attach to the wall are UP, and if not you can easily use a hex key to remove and flip it around properly, which was very nice and relatively easy to do.
That brings up the final point is that all motion resistance and tilt are adjusted by metric hex keys (or a useless hand twist that cannot be turned once a monitor is mounted). This makes it easy to apply more or less tension to move around the displays, which is a very nice feature.
I used a desk mounted solution from monoprice before (product sku 5559), and this works A LOT better for displays ~27 or larger and frees up a ton of desk space that was previously occupied with the mount.
This mount would work wonderful for a corner mount TV as horizontal space is used very efficiently.
Great display mount if you think that once you have the display where you want it, that is where it will stay when using multiple displays. Moving them all takes a lot of fussing, unless it is a single display, where moving it in relation to another display doesn't matter.
I've used many different mounts, ranging from $30 to $400 per mount, and this has been one of the best for the price. Having some range of motion to adjust it vertically would be nice, but for this price it is hard to beat.
PROS: Heavy duty and very solid, not many parts that could fail, does not slack or droop when placing heavier displays, long arm extension, displays don't drift once put into place, can easily adjust tension in swivel with hex key. Supplied hardware will most likely cover most installations. 100x100 mounting holes are small enough to fit even the smallest screw heads if your monitor/tv manufacturer supplied non-standard screws.
CONS: Heavy, recommend two people to mount.
No height adjustment: Where you place it on the wall will be how high the monitor is permanently.
Tilt has a hand adjustable lever that cannot be moved more than 1/2 turn once monitor is mounted. You can adjust this with a hex nut on the opposite side which slightly redeems itself, but tilt is still quite a hassle. Don't expect to be able to adjust the tilt constantly, it's definitely more a set it and forget it type of adjustment.
100x100 VESA does not have a quick attach slot, but 200x200 does. You must hold the monitor in place while you try and screw in the mounting screws. Causes quite a lot of frustration when it comes time to mount.
The arm length seems just slightly too short or too long for proper spacing between properly spaced studs behind drywall (16 standard spacing). Placing two on the wall horizontally spaced takes some work to get the displays side by side with no gap. Supplied hardware comes with all standard VESA mount screw sizes (lowest is size labeled A is what I used with Dell 27 U2711 displays) but could be a problem as a few monitor manufacturers have dropped the ball and used smaller screws than what will work with the supplied hardware. YMMV and not really monoprice's fault.
The supplied two plastic wire guides for hiding the wiring are flimsy and easy to break off. I broke one of them when taking it out of the box.
PROS: Value,ease of install
1. I read about some concerns with the mount not being level. I decided to drive the center bolt into the stud first. From here I put the level on the arm itself. I leveled it and tightened down the center screw. I then put the level on the wall bracket attachment itself - it was ever so slightly off level according to the bracket. I then put the other two bolts in and put the level on the tv itself. Perfectly level. The bracket still said it was slightly off. My suggestion - level off the arm itself.
2.I also read about the tilt lever and how the tv got in the way of tightening it. I tried a couple of things and decided the best approach was to tighten it down completley without the tv mounted yet. Then remove the set screw on the lever itself. This keeps the tilt tightened down, but allows you to reposition the lever itself.
Hope this helps someone. All in all a great mount at a great price
Lots of hardware for all possible combinations and TV's
Seems very solid once mounted. I think it could easily hold 50 Lbs. or more.
Another great product at a great price from Monoprice.
Great reach - almost 2 feet from wall.
CONS: No bubble level (don't really care)
Doesn't quite maintain perpendicularity for all possible positions. (not a big deal - just level it for your normal position and it doesn't change much within a normal range of movement).
PROS: Sturdy, ergonomically awesome, cable management, holds your TV securely to your wall without worry (granted you find a stud to mount it to).
CONS: Really cant think of any. This mount is probably heavier than your tv! (Its a beast mount)