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Monoprice Universal Screen Cleaner (Large Bottle, Blister Pack) for LCD & Plasmas TV, all iPad, iPhone, Galaxy Tab, and...
Monoprice 1-port 2-piece Inset Wall Plate with 4in Built-in Flexible High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet, White
|Minimum VESA||400 x 200|
|Maximum VESA||700 x 500|
|Maximum Weight||110 lbs.|
|Minimum Display Size||37"|
|Maximum Display Size||70"|
|Tilt Range||+5/-15 degrees|
|Swivel Range||±90 degrees|
|Rotation Range||±10 degrees|
|Wall Plate Dimensions||17.7" x 7.1"|
|Front Plate Dimensions||12.0" x 6.1"|
|Notes:||No logo on mount|
Questions and Answers
I’ve used this same model corner bracket without any problems twice
To ask differently, wall mount being 90 degrees from tv. Or if someone has all the lengths of the different "arms" I might be able to figure it out then.
Thank you in advance
Articulated mounts are used for complex movements which often require re-leveling the screen due to mount deflection. As long as all the pivot points smoothly rotate this is not a problem. Users can grasp the screen, pull it out, swivel it and rel-level it in one motion without incident. You cannot do that with this model as it has a very stiff adjustment for rotation which makes it difficult to use. It can be adjusted level when retracted but this condition will not hold at extension combined with swiveling which will require a slight leveling adjustment to accommodate the deflection of the mount. None of this is surprising nor would I find fault in such movement. What I take exception to is the very stiff adjustment for rotation. As designed it is merely the clamping force between 2 painted steel plates which holds the screen level. As there in no compliance designed in the pivot you either have a stiff hold or not enough. I have used other mounts which are designed with a thin plastic shim between the clamped members and adjustment screws allowing a smooth adjustment with little effort. This mount was to be used frequently by my 5'2" wife who would have found it very difficult. A part from this fatal flaw the mount is a poor design which as a result needlessly extends 6" from the wall.
PROS: Easy install. My install sort of cheats with the wall being all log, no studs to find! Read other reviews and decided on this mount. The tv that I had when ordering was 61 lbs. It died shortly after installing new mount. New, slightly bigger tv weighed half! The swap only took a few minutes. We enjoy the corner full motion ability.
CONS: Original TV's weight was heavy for the mount when moved to one side and caused a tilt that the horizontal leveling screw was unable to take care of. The newer tv being lighter has no issue leveling.
PROS: Very stable for a heavy very large flat panel TV. Installation was in an Armoire. This was the only unit I could find that would extend out the distance I needed. However I did have the back of the Armoire reinforced as we were concerned it could be a little top heavy and might fall forward when fully extended.
CONS: Absolutely none.
Also, the brackets that attach to the back of the TV are very long, so you may want to make sure the back of your TV doesn't have any protrusions, which mine did. The lower part of the back of my TV thickens to accommodate the Base mount, and possible other electronics. Remember, most new LCDs are super thin, so most electronics, speakers, etc., have to go somewhere... often at the bottom. What happens is that with the brackets being so long (to accommodate larger TVs) they couldn't slide far enough down because of this lower bulk. This resulted in the top of the brackets being visible just above the top of the TV. The mount comes with bushings that could have helped float the brackets far enough off the back surface of the TV to help clear the bottom bulk, etc, but the supplied screws were not long enough. I may consider just buying some slightly longer screws to remedy this "aesthetic" issue. I doubt this would be an issue on larger screens.
The only other issue is that, because of this mount's heft (heavy duty), it is bulky. Even fully compressed, the TV will still sit about 7+ inches from the wall. Not a big deal. But if you're looking to have something that is sleeker, this isn't it. However, for the price, you won't find something better.
CONS: May be overkill for newer, lighter TVs.
Can be too bulky for some.
This was my first TV Mount installation. I would categorize myself as as "Aspiring Intermediate" in terms of General Home Handymanism. Setup was very easy. Had a cheap stud finder, so had to do the "Nail and Hammer" stud finder method to verify stud location.
Instructions showed extra bolt locations for wooden stud installation - studs were ~16" apart but, instructions had bolt location at 8". I called Tech Support and they confirmed that the middle bolts were not required as long as the 5 bolts on the ends were properly attached.
Definitely a 2-person job - especially if you are mounting TV higher than your body height
PROS: Easy install. Great Customer Support. Great price
CONS: None to date.
I am so happy about this purchase. Shipping was fast too.
PROS: That is all I have are Pros. The price was very reasonable, directions were to the point, and it went together fairly easily.
PROS: Very solid
All necessary parts included
As expected, instructions were more like an IQ test, so far I assume I passed since its not fallen off the wall )
Came with some extra spacers I needed to attach the long Vesa mount screws where my Samsung LCD had screws that were too short to use, and so had shallow holes.
Instructions dont mention what size drill bit to use for wood 2x4 stud mounting, I went with 7/32 as 1/4 seemed too loose a fit.
Also, if you intend to adjust the up/down tilt angle, you should try and do it before attaching the set, but if you do it afterward, just have a helper to keep the set from suddenly angling all the way down when you remove the set screw.
Mounting the 46 Samsung LCD was just doable for me solo, but I wouldnt recommend trying it.
great mount though, just light on instructions, as usual...