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1-port 2-piece Inset Wall Plate with 4in Built-in Flexible High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet, White
|Minimum VESA||100 x 160|
|Maximum VESA||400 x 400|
|Maximum Weight||55 lbs.|
|Minimum Display Size||32"|
|Maximum Display Size||55"|
|Tilt Range||±15 degrees|
|Swivel Range||±180 degrees|
|Rotation Range||±5 degrees|
|Construction||Steel, Aluminum, & Plastic|
|Color||Black & Silver|
|Wall Plate Dimensions||19.3" x 7.6"|
|Front Plate Dimensions||19.5" x 4.3"|
|Notes:||No logo on mount|
- User's Manual (May 20, 2013)
Questions and Answers
This bracket says it is able to handle up to a 47" television. I mounted a 42" Sony LCD on it, and it was nothing but a hassle. First of all, most brackets have holes in the base that can handle many different widths of studs. This bracket did not. I had to drill holes where the studs were, because they happened to be 3" closer together where the television needed to be mounted.
That wasn't a huge problem, but when I got the television mounted, I immediately noticed that it kept tilting down. This is obviously what the allen wrench was for, so I tightened the bolts. Again, it started dropping down. I tightened them again, even harder, and again it tilted. Every time I would tighten the bolts as tight as I could, I would push the television back, and it would tilt. I would magically find that the bolts were still able to tighten again. After tightening the bolts about 10 times, they finally held, kind of. The television would still come down if any pressure was put on it.
After I got the bolts tightened so that the tilt would hold, I looked at how the bracket was behind the television. I noticed that the bracket was bowing, which added to the downward tilt. I would lift the television up from the bottom, and it would never quite straighten out all the way, even though I was holding the weight off of it.
Ultimately, I left the bracket where it was. It didn't appear that it would break, but it was certainly much more flimsy than it looks, and I wouldn't even guarantee that the bracket wouldn't break.
I will not be purchasing another one of these brackets. They are just not well thought out, and I wouldn't trust them to work.
PROS: It is full motion, and unlike some other full motion brackets, the bracket is hidden when the television is pushed toward the wall. It also doesn't look too bad, once installed.
CONS: Vertical tilt is very hard to get to stay stable.
Bracket bends under weight of 42" LCD.
Holes on bracket are only able to span studs if they are perfectly spaced, which almost never happens.
PROS: Very functional
CONS: I little more than I wanted to spend on a wall mount
1 year ago
PROS: Solid Mount- Full motion - Easy Installation - All necessary Screws and Parts
CONS: No cons
1 year ago
PROS: Cheap price. Sturdy. Good actuation.
PROS: Great mount at a great price!
CONS: The instructions were not very good, and it wasn't as easy to install as it seemed like it should be.
3 months ago
PROS: Heavy and sturdy
Reasonably easy to install
CONS: Does not easily span between two studs