I want to hang a 19″ (13-lb) TV from a wall in my dorm room using something different than a traditional TV wall mount. The wall is actually a wooden partition separating a closet from the rest of my room. The partition is attached to a dorm wall starting about two inches below the ceiling. Is there any kind of TV wall mount or any close substitute that could be hung over the wall partition?
Go to a Walmart, Circuit City, best buy, radio shack, etc for comparisons. Check on the web and see who is having sales and who is selling the cheapest. Also when you mount the TV, you want to mount the TV in the study of the wall to keep it from falling. I personally drilled mine into the masonry of my fireplace. Hope This Helps
Using wall mounts with your television is the latest trend that seems to be catching up with every household. Wall cabinets and TV cabinets have become passé as more and more people prefer having this absolutely wonderful piece of furniture for keeping their expensive television sets.
I bought a Videosecu mp501B TV wall mount kit to mount 55″ TV for about 60 pounds. I plan to install it on a sturdy wooden TV stand with a flat panel(Crate& Barrel). I am seeking some inputs from users if this is doable and any tips to follow. If I follow standard wooden wall mount, will that be sufficient?
The wall that I would like to mount my TV on is actually the roof of the house (A-Frame). Getting a solid mount is not the problem, I’m just curious as to whether I’ll be able to tilt the TV back up so it looks like it’s on a flat wall.
I was pretty set on getting the Samsung, then I went to Costco to buy a wall mount and saw the Vizio there. I’m wondering if anyone has any experience with the two. The thinness/thickness isn’t much of a factor to me. The matted screen could be an issue since the TV will be close to a bunch of windows. Really, I want something that offers good features and options and provides outstanding picture quality. Any tips/advice would be appreciated.
Upon purchasing a Plasma TV, finding a place for it is always the next problem. Of course, it’s pretty obvious that the bedroom or the living area needs it. But today, you have the freedom to place a TV set wherever you want or feel the need to. An LCD TV wall mount installation can help you do that. TV wall mounts let you make use of spaces that are unusual but may still provide optimal viewing.