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    Monoprice Stable Series Extra Wide Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket for TVs 37in to 70in, Max Weight 165 lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 800x400, UL Certified
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    Model 5916
    Type Tilting
    Minimum VESA® 100 x 100
    Maximum VESA 800 x 400
    Maximum Weight 165 lbs
    Minimum Display Size 37"
    Maximum Display Size 70"
    Minimum Extension 1.8"
    Maximum Extension N/A
    Tilt Range +0/-10 degrees
    Swivel Range N/A
    Rotation Range N/A
    Construction Steel
    Color Black
    Wall Plate Dimensions 33.8" x 8.0"
    Front Plate Dimensions N/A
    Built-in Level Yes
    Cable Management No
    UL Certified Yes
    RoHS Compliant Yes
    Notes: No logo on mount

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    Will an outlet fit in between the mount spacing?
    Hassaan S on Nov 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, an outlet will fit. However, the mount is so low-profile that I recommend swapping it out for a recessed outlet.
    I'm taking it that this product can support VESA 300x300?
    A shopper on Aug 30, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I believe it would. the minimum is 100x100 and the max is 800x400. So it will hit most VESA types between them.
    Could someone confirm that the wall plate is centered to the TV arm brackets? And also if anyone knows the length of the brackets too that would be great. The image provided for this makes it look like the wall plate is positioned towards the bottom of the brackets, but I'm hoping the image is just cut off. Thanks!
    A shopper on Mar 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The arm brackets will be able to be moved side to side along the wall plate. The lengths of the arm brackets will fit TV with a maximum VESA of 800x400. The second number of a VESA will be the vertical spacing of the holes on the TV/Arm bracket. The mount will be exactly as you see in the photo.

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    Would this product work for a TV with a VESA of 300 x 300?
    A shopper on Mar 7, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can mount 300 x 300
    Does it require a specific stud spacing or is that flexible? Thanks!
    A shopper on May 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No It doesn't. The wall plate is 33.8 inches wide, so If you happen to be able to hit a stud in the center you will be able to hit 3 in total. If you don't happen to hit a stud in the center of the wall plate you should still be able to hit 2 studs.
    Would a 75" tv work on this mount? I have a 60" now but looking to upgrade soon.
    New User U on Aug 6, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: No, it all depends of the thickness of your tv and it depends if you want your mount to tilt up or down or side to side.
    Will this work for a Samsung UN65NU8000? The other mount I purchased, the brackets would not fit on the back of the TV. The screws were too short. Are the screws long enough to fit in the bottom of the 400x400?
    A shopper on May 19, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: We try to offer as many parts as we can with all of our mounts. There are some models of TV and display that are different. The mount will work you may need to go to your local hardware store to get screws that are longer. Take in the screw that fits the threading in the display once you have determined o=how much longer it needs to be 1/4", 1/2".
    We have a 50' flat screen tv that we need to mount above brick fireplace. Will this mount be sturdy enough for that?
    A shopper on Oct 26, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Absolutely. I have done a couple of dozen of these set-ups. The main thing to not overlook is to get the correct anchors. I like to use the 1"-1 1/2" masonary anchors from Home Depot or Lowes....the ones you have to hammer in. Don't drill the pilot holes too thick or the anchors won't fit snugly. Also try not to hammer them 100% flush. I would use 4-6 of those anchors with this mount on brick. Space them out and don't forget to keep the mount level as possible while hammering in those anchors. Good luck!
    I moved into a house that has the wall plate already. I just need the mounting arms. Are you able to buy just the arms?
    A shopper on Oct 11, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Given the cost of a mount id look for a cheap flat type mount and use the vertices
    Hello wondering what the furthest distance is between the mounting holes (the ones that fasten to the wall)?
    Donald M on Sep 24, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: There are mounting holes the whole length of the mount. As you can see in the pic of the mount. Aproximly 2 feet in length.
    What is the difference between this mount (9376) and product number 5916? Just no logo?
    Paul N on Feb 27, 2018
    Monoprice Stable Series Extra Wide Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket for TVs 37in to 70in, Max Weight 165 lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 800x400, UL Certified
    Monoprice Stable Series Extra Wide Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket for TVs 37in to 70in, Max Weight 165 lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 800x400, UL Certified
    Monoprice Extra Wide Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket - For TVs 37in to 70in, Max Weight 165 lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 800x400, Works with Concrete & Brick, UL Certified
    Monoprice Extra Wide Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket - For TVs 37in to 70in, Max Weight 165 lbs, VESA Patterns Up to 800x400, Works with Concrete & Brick, UL Certified
    BEST ANSWER: Just the logo....
    Would this mount work with the Samsung UN82MU8000 which has a 600x400 VESA pattern? The TV's 99lb weight should not be an issue. The mount supports 800x400 so it seems to me that it should work ok.
    Stuart V on Dec 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The Samsung UN82MU8000 is a large display. Screen sizes are used as only an approximation. That said, the display looks to only weigh 99lbs so it sounds like compatibility shouldn't be an issue. The only concern with using this mount on a much larger display would come down to how the weight is distributed over the arms. While the Television is well within the rated weight, it's large size generates more leverage and may cause the tilt function to sag a little.

    This all comes down to whether the arms attach to the top or the bottom of the Television which would be something you would be able to visually verify. Honestly for a display as big as 82 inches i would recommend a product more like PID 3900.

    I hope this helps.
    Would this product work for a TV with a VESA of 400 x 200?
    James J on Dec 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi Jim,

    This mount supports all commonly used VESA patterns in the range of 100x100 to 800x400, including 400x200.
    Hi, I moved into a condo with this already mounted but need to buy replacement screws to mount the TV ... can you tell me what screws to use ?
    A shopper on Nov 24, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Depends on the TV you have. You will need to check the back mounting area of your TV to determine this and you should find screws already in place that you can then reference for the longer mount screws you need. If the spacers are nowhere to be found either you'll need to source something for spacers as well. As inexpensive as this mount is you could probably order it and spend about what you would in time and money.
    Will this mount fit the back of the Panasonic VIERA TC-P65ST60 65-Inch ?
    Erez A on Mar 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: yes, your bolt pattern on your TV spans 27". The width of the wall plate is 33". You will have a few inches to slide left to right once you mount the TV
    Does it support 100mm x 200mm VESA mount?
    A shopper on Oct 15, 2018
    What is the width of this mount?
    Stuart V on Aug 25, 2018
    will this bracket fit a Panasonic VIERA 50 inch plasma with 660 x 320 vesa
    A shopper on Jan 17, 2018
    4.8 / 5.0
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    Excellent Value
    This mount is an excellent value. It rivals what you will find in big box stores for much more. The quality and finish is great. Has a substantial feel to it. It fit my Panasonic 50" S1 series television without issues. There are a number of high quality screws, bolts, and spacers included in the kit for installation. Everything feels very solid when mounted. This mounts the TV close to the wall and is great for conspicuous areas. 10 degrees of tilt is an ample amount.

    With all that you get, there are a few cons with this kit. First, the bubble level. The bubble is much smaller than the "level" marks. In a situation like mounting a TV where being level is crucial, I would highly recommend having a quality 24" or 36" level on hand. The level on the mounting plate will get you close, but not close enough for the discerning eye.

    Second, the TV sits close to the wall, so adjusting the angle is near impossible. An installer needs small hands to get back there if the TV is anywhere near vertical. One solution to this issue is to print degree marks on the part of the mount that angles. This way, you can set it (and tighten it) to a degree of tilt before hanging it.

    Third, you will need to start the locking screws before you hang the TV. The locking screws screw up from the bottom of the mounting plate to lock the TV once it is hung. It keeps the TV from falling if someone accidentally bumps it. It's very difficult to screw in/tighten the mounting screws once you hang the TV. It's best to start the screws with the TV off of the mount. That way, when you hang it, all you have to do is tighten (long-ish screwdriver needed) you don't have to search for the hole and start the screw.

    Fourth, this holds the TV close to the wall. Pay close attention to the video connections necessary on the back of the TV. You will most likely need "port savers" or some kind of adapter that rotates the input 90 degrees. Make as many connections as you can before you hang the TV, or use port savers to extend the ports. If I needed to add another input behind the TV, I would have to take the whole thing down. I used port savers. Make sure you put some in for future connections so you don't have to pull the TV down later.

    Even with the cons, I highly recommend this mount. I gave it an 8 out of 10 rating for the bubble level and poor tilting design.
    November 23, 2009
    Works Great for Panasonic Viera 42" Plasma
    I have a Panasonic TH42PZ85U that weights about 50 lbs. This solution worked great in my apt. It was far cheaper than the thing I saw at Target for $80 or the one at Best Buy for $200. It doesn's stick out from the wall but leaves plenty of space for cables and lets you adjust the til 10 degrees down for best viewing.

    Here are the key steps to make your mounting easy:

    1. Remove the base stand from the TV (if you have one installed). This was the hardest part b/c two of the four bolts did not come out of the TV. Panasonic customer support didn't help. WD-40 didn't help. What I had to do was go to O'Reilly automotive and get an impact screwdriver. You wack it with a mallet and it slowly loosens the bolt without stripping it.

    2. Get angle brackets for all your connections. HDMI, optical, cable antennae, etc. Get them at Monoprice.com of course to save time and money.

    3. Find the studs. I used an electronic studfinder going in both directions. Then I tapped in a small nail to be certain it was a stud. Spend plenty of time making sure.

    4. Mark the holes. Use a laser level to get them aligned.

    5. Drill the top 2 holes. Start with a skinny bit and work your way up to the recommended size. They use mm but my set was English so had to convert them. Make sure to drill ALL THE WAY IN. If you don't drill all the way in you will break the bolt. You have to drill as deep as you can to remove the wood in the stud. The lag bolts cannot do that part.

    6. Put the bracket to the wall. Check again for level using a standard level. Ignore the one built into the bracket which is not accurate. Mark the bottom two holes.

    7. Drill bottom two holes like top two holes.

    8. Mount bracket with socket wrench. If the bolts won't go in DONT FORCE THEM. Instead drill the hole deeper.

    9. Connect all the wires to the TV.

    10. Hang the TV on the wall with someone else's help. Don't try it by yourself. It's not that heavy so any two people can do it. Then you just tighten the bottom two screws and adjust the tilt.

    Took me two days two get the bolts out of the stand. One hour to do the rest.
    October 3, 2009
    Don't let the thin look fool you. I've used this same mount to mount a 37" Vizio LCD, a 50" Toshiba LCD, and a 55" Samsung LED. This mount is rock solid, and easy to install. I did need some washers to mount the LED because the screws that fit were too long. Otherwise mount is low profile, sexy, and solid.
    March 30, 2010
    Great mount
    I was worried about these mounts since the price is like $100+ cheaper than what you find in the retail stores. It went up pretty easy. It's been a month or two since install with no problems.

    I check the mount every so often just to make sure it isn't coming out. It's not. LOL

    PROS: Very slim,
    All spacers, bolts, screws, etc. included

    CONS: Built-in level was off a mm or two
    July 11, 2011
    Solid as a rock
    Bought this for a 57 lb, 50" LG plasma screen with 400x400 VESA mounts. The bracket went up easily with the provided screws. The built in level was as accurate as my own level - doesn't hurt to double check. A tip for very thin TVs: the screen I mounted is only 2" deep. The machine screws for the VESA mount are rather long. Monoprice includes plastic spacers to help with TVs that have curved backs. My TV is flat-backed, but I used these plastic spacers as thick washers on the machine screws, since they were longer than I needed them to be. Worked like a charm. Hooking the TV to the wall bracket was a cinch, and once I tightened the security screws on the bottom, it was clear this screen was going NOWHERE! And yet, if I wanted to take it off to adjust connections on the rear, it wouldn't be that hard.

    Speaking of connections, don't forget to look at right-angle connectors for your cables when buying a bracket this slim. Monoprice sells these connectors for a 1/10th of the cost of electronics stores, but be sure to include them in your shipping cost for the mount!

    PROS: Price is amazing, installation was easy, keeps the TV far enough away from the wall to make mounting easy, but close enough to make it look great.
    January 2, 2014
    Premium wall mount at fraction of the cost
    For the money this mount cannot be beat. I ordered and had within a few short days - thanks for the super fast shipping. The mount is a heavy guage metal, I was quite impressed. I hung an older 47" Vizio on a wall of metal studs. I used a zip toggle bolt with 1/4" x 4" screws in studs 20" on center and the mount was more than able to support the TV. As others have mentioned if there isn't a screw in the immediate vicinity of the mounting arm attched to the TV the mount will flex away from the wall slightly. My TV is an older LCD and ways nearly 90 lbs. so that could be a contributing factor. I am pretty handy and know my way around levels. The level lines are significantly far from the bubble - thus when I thought the mount was level and hung the TV it turns out I was off 3/8" on one side. Serves me right for not double checking with my own level, just a word to the wise.

    PROS: Heavy guage steel
    Easy install
    More than adequate amount of mounting hardware

    CONS: Flexes somewhat if there isn't a screw in the vicinity of the mounting arm
    Built in level is difficult to use accurately
    December 30, 2010
    slim wall mount
    this kit has EVERYTHING, super easy to install, high quality - awsome price awsome quality A+
    October 6, 2009
    Great Mounting Bracket

    PROS: Easy to install, simple design. Monoprice is awesome. We buy all our cables, connectors, etc., from Monoprice.
    June 3, 2012
    Works perfectly for Sony 46" LCD
    It works perfectly to hold up my Sony 46" LCD. It has a durable finish and seems to be of nice quality. The screws are very long and it comes with thick plastic spacers to compensate. The instructions show to put the spacers between bracket and TV which spaces out maybe 1/2", but wanting the slimmest possible profile, I placed the bracket right against the TV and spacer between screw head and bracket. It seems to work just fine that way.

    The bubble level is a nice touch, but after reading some reviews that it might be slightly off, I measured with a laser level and also found it is a little off. No big deal though.

    Because it's slim, the knobs to tighten down the tilting mechanism are a bit hard to reach. It may have been possible to tighten with just my hand, but rather than struggle with that, I made a simple tool for it. I found a long piece of scrap PVC pipe in my garage, it's about 3/4" or 1" in diameter, and cut a notch in the end with a hack saw just big enough to fit over the knob. It didn't take but a few minutes to make, and I was able to use my makeshift tool to very easily tighten the tilting mechanism.
    January 7, 2010
    Perfect mount for 5ft high install
    I installed a 50lb (55in) LCD over my fireplace. The install is about 5ft up and I use the wide open 10deg tilt. This puts the bottom so close to the wall that I can't get a finger in-between the set and the wall. This angle is perfect for this height and the 15deg would have been too much.

    At first I worried about the bolts holding in my 100yr old brick until I messed one up and tried to remove the plastic, one of these things alone could support my entire 175lb weight. I used 5 so I am confident nothing short of a disaster would remove it.

    PROS: sturdy, well designed, perfect amount of angle, this thing is as close to the wall as possible

    CONS: none
    February 2, 2011