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Titan Series Tilt Wall Mount for Extra Large 32~70in TVs up to 165 lbs., Silver UL Certified
Titan Series Tilt Wall Mount for Extra Large 37~70in TVs up to 165 lbs, Black UL Certified (No Logo)
1-port 2-piece Inset Wall Plate with 4in Built-in Flexible High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet, White
Ceiling Bracket for Projector (Max 22Lbs), Black
Mount your projector to the ceiling using this Projector Ceiling Bracket from Monoprice!
This universal ceiling mount features three adjustable swing arms designed to adapt to a variety of mounting patterns. It mounts the projector within 6.7" (170mm) of the ceiling and includes support for 360 degrees of rotation, as well as 15 degrees of tilt and roll adjustment. It is constructed of steel and can support up to 22 lbs. (10kg). Hardware for mounting to brick or concrete is included.
Note that this mount is NOT compatible with the Epson PowerLite 83C or the Hitachi CPX 206 projectors.
Questions and Answers
PROS: This bracket is great- no instructions needed, holds the projector steady but also allows you to adjust if needed. Looks a lot better than the crappy plastic one that kept drooping too.
CONS: Does not work with Dell Projectors
PROS: Good Construction. Sturdy. Easy to install
Instructions are clear and easy to follow
CONS: Does not work with the Optoma EP728 or and projector that uses M3 screws for the mount
Tilt does not work
Well DLP toshibas have number 4 or smaller screws in a triangular shape in the bottom and using any possible combination of the additional arms provided with this ceiling bracket, i couldn't reach all 3 screws at the same time.
Also, the center of gravity of the DLP is towards the back so even if you make-shift a housing for the DLP (I did mine myself using angled aluminum bars a couple of nuts and bolts and a rivet tool) so that you can drill holes in the housing that match the width and location of the holes in the arms of the ceiling bracket, you still have to go through trial and error to match the center of gravity of the projector to be on the center of the bracket... and guess what... the projector's bracket's lower surface is quite wide (about 4 inches in an oval-like shape), and since the center of gravity of the toshiba DLP is towards the rear-right (view from top), the lower area of the supporting bracket ended up protruding in an ugly way behind my projector.
I had already purchase an earlier item (the arms that are used for LCD) and tried to use them vertically but it appeared the DLP which weighs close to 8 lbs was too much for them.
This bracket is made for projectors and lists toshibas on its manual as a fitting product... well it is not... and the bracket is made for 22 lbs projectors... well without the additional weight by the pull of the power cable and the S-video...the toshiba weighs are 8 lbs max, and it couldn't hold it horizontally straight...until after i got the center of gravity aligned. (the aluminum housing weighs less than 2 lbs)...
I was able to get something (though quite ugly looking) and i am not going to scratch my head anymore because i am tired of this but i would NOT recomment this product to a toshiba DLP projector owner... the product (which surprisingly came with 2 vertical bars of different heights , one is around 3 and the other around 6 inches) may be suitable for other types of projectors.
PROS: Sleek looking, nice black color
CONS: Is not truely universal, cheap quality
Thank you for your review and my apologies for the issues you have experienced with PID 3874. A shame this didn't work out for your needs.. I will be sure to pass this info along to our product team so they can look into the matter further. Thanks for your support and sorry again for any inconvenience this may have caused. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us!
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Overall I'm happy, especially because of the price.
PROS: - Metal construction
- High quality
CONS: - Useless instructions (watched the YouTube video for installation instructions)
- Bit of a pain to clip in