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Monoprice 1-port 2-piece Inset Wall Plate with 4in Built-in Flexible High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet, White
|Minimum VESA||400 x 400|
|Maximum VESA||850 x 750|
|Maximum Weight||300 lbs.|
|Minimum Display Size||52"|
|Maximum Display Size||72"|
|Tilt Range||+0/-15 degrees|
|Swivel Range||±90 degrees|
|Wall Plate Dimensions||18.5" x 11.3"|
|Front Plate Dimensions||33.6" x 31.5"|
|Notes:||No logo on mount|
Questions and Answers
Here is what I found
15 3/4 x 7 7/8 inch (400 x 200 mm)
here is what I found
15 3/4 x 7 7/8 inch (400 x 200 mm)
Along with the recomendation about being able to tighten the tilt on both sides I would recomment using the most flexible cable you can find if you want to hide it in the supplied cable covers.......it looks VERY nice if you use the trays....but some people don't care about what's behind the TV so do what you want. I used the CLE 28AWG wire from monoprice. I was worried that it might be just as bad as the 24AWG wire because it looks about the same size physically but it was more flexible and has not popped any covers off as of yet.
One more install sidenote. I was a little woried that I couldn't lock both sides down because this TV is so bulky that 2 other "normally" adequate mounts couldn't hold it level so I bit my lip and drilled a small hole in the side of the bracket with no locking lever on it and inserted a pin in it wth hot glue from a glue gun....so far it's solid as a rock but would need to be redrilled if you wanted to change that adjustment. Not a problem for me because I like the max tilt due to my TV almost touching the ceiling.
One more final suggestion? All of these mounts have small baseplated that can just barely reach between the standard 16" studs.....it would be really nice if the plates are bigger so you could center the TV weight. Another track Monoprice could probably sell a lot off? Bracket extentions from where it mounts to a wall. I put my TV over a fireplace so it was important to get everything dead center.....not pussible if the studs are not in exactly the right place. I compensated with some sheat rock anchores and the one stud I could get to, but that's not ideal.
PROS: Very smooth action for pushing/pulling the unit to anyplace you need it.
This mount is so massive that I no longer worry about the 60" 95 lb plasma TV being too much for it to handle.
CONS: Very heavy and you shouldn't try mounting it without a little help. One the first bolt is most of the way in the rest are easy.
Like most wall mounts like this, it only has one locking lever to tighten it in place and I couldn't get a wrench on it to tighten it. This makes getting and keeping the TV level harder than it needs to be. I would have paid more for one on each side
However some modifications were needed to make it work with my 70" Sharp. I had to cut 4 inches off the bottom of the mounting brackets (the ones that attach to the set itself. I used a Dremel tool with diamond cutting wheel to cut the bracket and a vise to hold it. Took about 45 min. You could mounted the bracket higher and drilled extra holes in the bracket but this extended the bracket about an inch above the top set and might have been visible from the front during viewing. An easier but possibly uglier solution than cutting the brackets. I used the smaller M8 bracket holes to mount it to the TV. I also had to make a trip to Lowes for the screws that would fit the mounting holes on the back of my Sharp 70” set. Sharp recommends a M6X12mm size screw but the mounting bracket kit from Monoprice only has M8 and M10 size screws. I bought both 16mm and 20mm lengths as I was adding lock washers and wanted a good fit. They were only $1 for a pack of 4 so it was no big deal. Had to play with the bracket orientation to get it to line up to the bar support screw holes. This part would in turn attach to the extending arm part of the mount that was attached into the wall. The directions were of almost no help and I think would have been very confusing even in a normal, non modified installation. All of this did add time on to what would otherwise have been an easy installation.
Even with all of the modifications and fiddling I had to do, I would buy it again. You just can’t beat the price on a tilt/pan wall mount for this large a set.
PROS: Great price!
CONS: Had to modify and did not come with mounting screws (M6X12mm) for a Sharp LED set.
PROS: Super heavy duty, functions extremely well, and a typically great Monoprice price.
CONS: Directions were a train wreck. Took a couple text sessions with Monoprice Level 2 Technical Support to get it sorted out. They couldn't believe how bad the instructions were either.
I had to buy four 1-1/2" M6 bolts to attach the vertical brackets through the spacers into my TV.
In order to fit the brackets out of sight and away from the input terminals, I had to trim the vertical brackets and drill two holes. Not a big deal but worth mentioning.
PROS: Very durable and heavy. Looks like it will do the job niceley.
CONS: Instructions are poorly written (translated I assume).
The product got beat up a bit during shipment. They could have used better packaging to isolate movement of parts within the box. The inner box was ripped up pretty good but the outside box was not damaged.
PROS: Sturdy Product
Has all 3 types of motions. Swivels a complete 90 for 52inch TV
Relatively easy to install
Supports all wide size range of large flat screen tv
CONS: Instructions are not very detailed. Lot of room for improvement
Gap between wall and TV is larger than advertised. Product page 9" whereas user manual says 5". Tech support confirmed it was 5. After installation, the space was actually close to 10". The Pros out weight the cons for me
Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about the experience you have had with PID 6517. I will be sure to forward this info to our product development team so they can look into the matter further. If you would like, I can help setup an RMA for a return if the mount will not work for your space. Please let me know and I can get that started right away. Apologies again for any inconvenience this may have caused and thank you for your feedback!
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I am delighted with this wall mount!!! You can buy 6 of these for what you pay locally for a comparable bracket that carries this much weight. If you mount it securely to the wall, you don't have to worry about your T.V. ever coming down!
PROS: Very Heavy Duty
Good Range of Motion
CONS: May not fit your T.V.
Easy to install.
CONS: Does not fit Panasonic 65" ST50 so I had to screw holes into the brackets that mount flush onto the TV.
PROS: Incredibly well built! Smooth operation, no slop in movement. Better than other mounts costing 5x as much!
CONS: Had to modify to properly fit my 60" Sharp Aquos LED (drill new holes), but expected that based on other reviews. Also went to local hardware store for proper hardware to attach mount to TV.
PROS: This dual arm mount is the strongest extending mount they currently sell. I wanted this level of strength for an older 60" plasma that weighed about 125. I have installed a bunch of their "dual aluminum armed" extending mounts on 50" plasmas (about 100) and they are plenty strong enough for that, but I wanted something stronger and with less flex for the heavier 60" TV, and that is exactly what I got.
CONS: Be prepared to do some cutting of sheet metal with a hack saw. The part of the mount that screws directly to the TV will likely need to be cut, but it was quickly done by hand with a hack saw. The vertical arms of the bracket were too long for my TV and were hitting a bulge in the back of the TV. All it took was a straight cut through the sheet metal "arms" to trim them to size. No big deal.