I just bought a new 52 inch LED HDTV and I’m not sure to mount it or just set it on a stand? Thanks in advance!!!
Answer by tvwallmounts.com There are a few things to consider when putting a large screen TV on the wall:
* The wall you wish to put the TV on needs to be a solid wall * The TV should not be set above a fireplace or radiator (at least not with extra precautions). * Are there some screws that came with your TV for mounting it on the wall? If so, you can buy any VESA standard wall mount for a 52 inch LED TV. If you use the screws which came with your TV, they will be much shorter. The screws that came with the wall mount have the chance of being too large and may pierce the components inside the TV when screwing it in.
For TV stands instead of wall mounts, it looks much better in my opinion if you have some equipment connected up to the TV like a game console, Blu-ray player, or cable/satellite set up box, etc, than if it was a TV on a stand of its own.
Also, there is an extremely wide choice of stands out there. Ranging from the cheapest having clear glass, to the more expensive / higher quality ones having smoked black glass. Remember, if you do go for a wall mount for your 52 inch LED TV, you still have other equipment that needs a stand of its own.
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Comparing Floor Stands and Wall Mounts for 52 Inch LED TV’s
Wall Mounts for 52 Inch LED TV’s
VideoSecu Ultra Slim Thin Flat LED HDTV Fashion TV Wall Mount Bracket for 32″-55″ LED TV VESA 200×200 300×300 400×400 up to 800×800 – Adjustable Cable Length 1Y2
Cheetah Mounts APTMM2B Flat Screen TV Wall Mount Bracket for 32-65-Inch Plasma LED LCD TV
VideoSecu Tilt TV Wall Mount for Most 32″-60″ LCD LED Plasma TV Flat Screen, Sturdy Steel Wall Plate Free HDMI Cable and 6″ Bubble Level M43
VESA compatible with from 200X200 up to 800X800 (32 inch x32 inch) Maximum loading capacity 110 lbs Ultra-thin mount just place the TV 0.6″ distance from wall Cable length adjustable up to 30 inch; Black color finish Standard mounting hardware for concrete, solid block, and wooden studs
Universal design fits virtually any 32″-65″ display Slim 1.4″ profile in the flat position Tilt Range: 15 Degree Downward Weight capacity of up to 160 lbs. Includes 6″ magnetic bubble level as well as built-in bubble level in wall plate
Fits most 32″ to 60 flat panel screens; VESA compatible up to VESA710x475 Supports screens up to 165 lbs; Solid sturdy wall plate provides strength and durability Rail design allows TV to shift left and right for TV placement adjustment; Adjustable 15 degree of forward tilt Content: TV wall mount, high-speed 7 ft V1.3C HDMI cable, 6″ 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level and standard hardware pack VideoSecu TV wall mount. Report to Amazon if received counterfeit mount not in VideoSecu box
Floor Stands for 52 Inch LED TV’s
Walker Edison Regal 60-In. 4-in-1 TV Stand with Mount
Omnimount Elements 503FP 3-Shelf Flat-Panel Floor Stand for Most 42-Inch to 55-Inch Flat Panels (Black)
BDI Arena 9972 Freestanding Flat Panel TV Mount for 40-Inch – 60-Inch TVs – Gloss Black
TV stand with mount for 4 different display modes and includes swivel and tilt functions Sturdy metal construction with black powder coat finish; solid hardwood front Three beveled 8mm thick tempered safety glass shelves Universal hardware wall mount for home assembly; stand supports up to 250 pounds Measures 42 by 20 by 20 inches without mount; 50-inch maximum mount height
Uniquely designed to be used as a flat panel floor stand, or separate video table and mount Includes interchangeable inserts for four color options (High Gloss Black, Cherry, Brushed Stainless Steel, Walnut) Pans 30 degrees left and right to adjust viewing angle (when used as flat panel floor stand) Lift n Lock? allows you to easily attach your flat panel to the mount Locking system secures panel to mount
Freestanding mount is compatible with select BDI cabinets and other cabinets Compatible with most 40-Inch – 60-Inch flat panel TVs Height-adjustable Swiveling feature enables adjustable viewing angle Gloss Black finishes complements today’s TVs
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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.
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