MOUNT-IT! NEW Universal Heavy Duty Premium Tilt Tilting Wall Mount Bracket

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MOUNT-IT! NEW Universal Heavy Duty Premium Tilt Tilting Wall Mount Bracket For Samsung, Sony, Vizio, Panasonic, LG TVs sizes 32″ to 60″ (42 inch – 70 inch)

MOUNT-IT! NEW Universal Heavy Duty Premium Tilt Tilting Wall Mount Bracket For Samsung, Sony, Vizio, Panasonic, LG TVs sizes 32

  • Universal flat-panel tilting TV wall mount
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction
  • Fits 40″ to 70″ inch flat-panel TVs
  • Innovative tilt adjustment system
  • Easy installation

This premium tilting flat-screen TV wall mount supports 40 inch to 70 inch LED, LCD and Plasma TVs. Suitable for all brand TVs in the market, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, Sharp, LG, Vizio, etc. This professionally designed TV wall mount bracket allows for a continuous tilt adjustment, up to 15 degrees both up and down, to optimize your viewing angle from a couch or seating area. This TV wall mount is perfect for boardrooms, digital signage, or home theaters. The back of the display sits only 3 inches off the wall for a sleek installation. The kit includes everything you need for installation, including easy-align brackets and a unique wall plate that can be mounted to a single wood stud, two wood studs, or concrete. Is this the mount for me? *

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  1. 25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great mount for a great price!, March 19, 2013
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    Oddzilla

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    This review is from: MOUNT-IT! NEW Universal Heavy Duty Premium Tilt Tilting Wall Mount Bracket For Samsung, Sony, Vizio, Panasonic, LG TVs sizes 32″ to 60″ (42 inch – 70 inch) (Accessory)
    I recently bought a 55″ LG and needed a wall mount for it. A friend of mine told me to check out Amazon as the prices for the mounts were way better than store bought. After doing some research, I ended up deciding on the Mount-It! Universal because it would fit my TV, the price was great and the back plate was one peice (I saw quite a few with a 2 piece back plate and both had to be leveled and mounted seperately ; looked like a hassle). I did see the one review that mentioned it was difficult to reach the knobs to adjust the tilt, but that wasn’t a concern of mine because once I have it up, I don’t see the need to ever have to tilt it on a regular basis.

    Ordered the mount, it was delivered very quickly and it was very simple to mount on the wall. The only thing I did was replace the lag bolts as all of my friends with large flat screens recommended that. Cheap to buy 6, so why not take some advice that multiple people gave me? Found the studs, drilled the pilot holes and cranked the lag bolts in. a long level helped me get it straight. Brackets were very easy to install on the back of the TV. Lifting the TV up off it’s original swivel base was probably the hardest part of it all. And that wasn’t really that difficult. Top of the brackets fit right onto the mount, the locking screws underneath were easy to tighten and I could reach the knobs to loosen them to get the right angle I wanted and then tighten again. Locking screws were a little tighter fit to get to than the knobs (only because it was less than an inch from the wall), but those are locked and I don’t ever have to deal with them unless I take the TV down, which I don’t plan on anytime soon. Cables fit with no problem in the back without any angled adapters. I had tilted the TV up as much as it would go and I could see the connections with no issues. Once it was all plugged in, I tilted it forward, locked the knobs and moved my entertainment center back against the wall.

    I would definitely recommend this mount to anyone as it was affordable, well built, easy to install and is rock solid when installed properly.

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  2. 73 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Study mount, easy but time consuming installation – be prepared!, December 18, 2013
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    Jeffrey K

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    I am NOT the most handy person, but I’m also not the least. I’d say I’m a regular Joe. So I decided to forego my TV retailer’s $100 installation and do it myself. I visited two different stores to examine and play with displays and read about 50 different reviews online for mounts, so I feel qualified for this write-up. I originally wanted a “full motion” mount that could extend and pivot sideways, but every review I read had bad comments about sagging/instability, so I stuck with the simple tilt. I had just bought a brand new Vizio flatscreen that I saved up MONTHS for and it was far from cheap, so more than anything I wanted a mount that protected my investment.

    And I got it. This thing is solid as a rock; I bet it could hold me (180 lbs) if I hung on it. Installation took longer than I wanted (about an hour), but only because it was my 1st ever TV mounting, I was nervous, and I had to make a couple trips to Home Depot down the block to get things I didn’t realize I’d need. So, in that spirit, here is some advice/hints for you.

    1) FIND THE STUDS. If you don’t know how, ask someone who does. I asked the guys at the Home Depot and they set me straight. My studs were 19″ apart (regular is 16″) because I mounted over a fireplace so they were irregular. You will 100% most definitely want to do this.

    2) – It comes with a level! When drilling into wood paneling like I was, you want to get it right the 1st time, because you can’t just spackle and re-paint bare wood. You have to be 1 and done, and the built-in level was really helpful for this.

    3) – You need a power-drill, 3/16″ bit, and a socket wrench. Drill is for pilot holes for the lag bolts, and socket wrench is to save you a lot of time and effort with the lag bolts. The lag bolts (bolts that go into the studs) are huge, and it takes some serious effort to get those puppies in – a good thing, but I did it with a small monkey-wrench and it was time consuming and tiring. When I go to remove, I will use a socket wrench.

    4) – It comes with a ton of hardware you won’t use. But that’s a good thing, too – different TVs take different hardware to mount, so they cover all their bases. Handy.

    Now my TV is up and looking great, and I have 0 concern about its sturdiness. Seriously, when installed correctly, this thing is no joke.

    Overall – extremely sturdy mount, but be prepared with everything you need before starting the install to save a lot of time.

    Hope this helps you, Amazonians!

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