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?
I have a 40 in Samsung LCD and I can’t put it on the wall infront of me, cause there is a window. So I want to put my LCD on the wall on the side with at least a 45-degree angle wall arm or something more…
Projection TVs are much cheaper than either wall-mounted plasma screens or LCDs, and there’s no danger they’ll crash to the floor. You can carry the projector around easily and to set it up, all you need do is hang a white sheet on the wall. What are the advantages of large flat-screen TVs over projectors?
We bought a new house and the guy who owned it before us is a homebuilder. He said do not mount a television over the fireplace because of the heat inside the chimney an also it would be impossible getting the cords through the studs in the wall and brick. We had our hearts set on putting it there and don’t think it would really hurt the tv. Thoughts?
When buying a plasma television, having the right plasma mounts is almost as important as the television you choose. Don’t skimp on this important step. The right mounts will not only hold your new plasma in place, but will also provide the foundation needed to prevent it from falling and breaking. Unlike the old days, where your bulky television set sat on the floor, today’s TVs require installation and the right hardware to hold it up.
Preliminary notes: I have included a fairly comprehensive guide to properly Installing Your TV Wall Mount below. I highly recommend you read through it and understand the process. However, I also know that you might want a shorter checklist version without the fluff that you could print off and use while installing your TV Wall Mount. I have added that below the guide as well. Enjoy and best of luck in your professional-looking TV Wall mount installation.