Curious about the 5 best wall mounts for televisions? Choosing the perfect wall mount for a television can be daunting, but it does not need to be. It is imperative to distinguish the proper size of the television that will be sitting on the mount and then pick the best one, comparing reviews and cost. Here is a list of five of the best wall mounts for television currently on the market.
The Sanus VMPL50B Vision Mount: The Sanus VMPL50 B Vision Mount offers tilting mount capabilities and is designed for 30” to 56” displays. This highly rated wall mount is made of heavy-steel construction, has no mounting plates and is considered to be a universal flat-panel TV wall mount. It has a virtual axis tilt adjustment system and five year warranty. The entire unit weighs twelve and a half pounds.
VideoSecu Mounts MF607B TiltWall Mount: The VideoSecu Mounts MF607B was designed for easy installation and offers a built-in bubble leveler for fool-proof mounting. The wall mount can fit most 32” to 55” flat screen televisions, up to 135 pounds. The easy adjustment allows the television to tilt down to 15 degrees and weight twenty pounds.
Cheetah Mounts APDAM3B With Twist Adjustment: The Cheetah Mounts APDAM3B can extend from the wall mount up to 21” and collapse to less than 4.5” away. It also provides a tilt ability of up to 15 degrees down. A built in bubble level and included installation hardware makes this wall mount an easy installation.
Omnimount Universal Cantilever in Black: The Omnimount Universal Cantilever has been receiving rave reviews from users. This flat screen wall mount can fit a television that ranges from 37” to 52” in size and 125 pounds in weight. Thought a bit on the more expensive side, installation is simple with the product’s lift and lock feature.
- Peerless PP740 Articulating Wall Mount: The Peerless PP740 Articulating wall mount is designed to hold smaller flat screen televisions that range from 22” in size to 40” in size, up to 80 pounds in weight. The arm on the mount has the capability of stretching out just over 8”, and can tilt up to 15 degrees without separate tools.
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