My TV has 4 screw holes in the back (in a square pattern). I think that must be a standard pattern because several of my TV's have the same pattern. Does the mounting strip that screws to the back of the TV have holes that will accommodate that pattern? (The top 2 holes are not quite 4 inches apart from each other....same with the bottom 2 holes). There's a notice on the back of the TV that says to use type M4 screws. Does this mounting unit come with the necessary screws?
Bought to hang a 43in TV on my daughter's wall. The room is pretty small, so this was a lifesaver. Instructions could have been better, but wasnt too difficult. Frankly I wouldnt trust it with anything over 25-30lbs, but for her 18lb TV, its been great. Recommended if you need to hang a lightweight set using only drywall.
Really Happy with this mounting kit, I personally recommend making sure you find at least 2 studs if hanging this on drywall and your TV is over 50 pounds. My 75" weighs 80+ pounds and I would not rely on 20 nails in drywall. I found 2 studs and made sure it was level and I really like the way this hangs on the wall. It also allows about 2" to slide left or right if you are trying to center it on a wall. The locking mechanism is nice as well, but I am not sure it is needed. This seems rock solid for a large TV hanging on drywall, but if I was hanging this on brick or concrete/cement I would use TapCons. Hope this helps
I bought this because it was advertised as a no stud tv mount but it did not come with the correct hardware to mount this to drywall without a stud I had to buy the snaptoggles to safely mount it on the drywall. Plastic drywall anchors and screws are not safe to mount on drywall and not end up with a broken TV on the floor. With the correct mounting hardware it is a nice mount.