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D.E.Bishop

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Posted: 07/18/12 10:07am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I just purchased what appears to be a really well made wall mount for a 17" to 37" flat panel TV weighing up to 44 lbs. for only $28.98, no tax, no shipping. It was not a sale or clearance item. It was from Tmart.com, and I found it through a link on Best Buy's web site.

We don't need to move our's around too much, tilt only slightly and angle very slightly for the front TV, the rear TV needs a little more tilt and pan. You can adjust the tention of the articulating arm and the tilt mechinism. It is mostly steel and looks to be well assembled. The TV can be easily installed and removed after being mounted to the VESA plate or it can be locked in place with a small padlock.

Here is a link to their listings for TV mounts:

http://www.tmart.com/search.html?q=lcd+wall+mount

I can't wait to finish painting the outside of the house so I can bring the MoHo home and get rid of the CRT TV sets. I will buy another mount for the bedroom set if this one works out okey.


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Link

Looks like a nice site.


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Next time try monoprice.com

Great prices!!

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One of our favorite mods was removing the encased CRT tv and installing our current flatscreen. We bought our articulating arm from Walmart, but you got a better deal as we paid more for ours. Enjoy your new flatscreen HDTV!!!

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looks good, price is also good.


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Anyone know where to get the flip down ceiling mount for a flatscreen?


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Posted: 08/01/12 12:41pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

LevelMount is my preference.

It is removable. Most of the bracket is attached to the TV and it quickly connects/disconnects from the wall bracket. I have multiple wall brackets so that I can move the TV around (inside RV, outside RV, garage, deck, etc.).

www.levelmount.com


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I agree, monoprice.com has a great variety and great prices on their mounts.

All very well made.


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What is the best way to install the mount to the wall???

How do you find the studs...stud finder?

Been wondering about that for awhile.

Thanks for any ideas!

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