From mounting your TV to cord concealment and calibration, here’s how to install HDTV. You’ve made the big decision to buy a new flat panel TV, and the next big decision is whether to use a stand or mount it.
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.
In most cases, extremely light objects can be handled with products as simple as double-sided velcro tape. Moving up to heavier objects, the situation becomes more complex. Shelving, whitegoods (dryers, washing machines) and of course, televisions fall into this category.
My husband and I just ordered this TV and have decided we’d like to wall mount it (we have a 16 month old and don’t want him to “play” with the tv if it’s on a stand within his reach). I think we might want some type of a swivel feature, as we have a set of french doors at the right of our room, so we may need to angle the tv a few degrees to the left and also a few degrees towards the floor (since it will be higher than it would be on a stand).
I need to mount my new TV so I’m looking to learn about your experiences, good and bad, with mounting flat panel HDTV’s. We’re getting a 46″ TV in Blu-Ray player combo package from Best Buy, and we’re wondering about what others have learned about the best ways to mount my new flat panel TV. Any experience/advice, where-to-buy knowledge, best prices, worst experiences… All would be appreciated.
In my opinion, pricing will be very similar between Amazon and eBay – eBay might be a little cheaper but the sellers on Amazon seem to be more trustworthy. You might get a simple little flush wall mount for the 22″ for even less than you mentioned above. I got one from a local retailer for $20 that would probably work. Chances are, the same mount on Amazon would be under 10 bucks. For the 40″, you’ll probably need to spend a bit more.
X-Arm Motorized Robotic Wall Mount – X700CB: motorizedmount.com A short video showing all the basic movements of the X-Arm motorized TV wall mount – Model X700CB. It will mount any Plasma or LCD TV. The X-arm is a motorized robotic wall mount for flat panel HDTV’s that allows a viewer to adjust the viewing angle of the TV with the convenience of one-click on remote control.
I will be getting a wall mount for a 40 in LCD Phillips TV so I have a question. What is the best extending TV wall mount that will allow me to extend a small amount so I can plug in cables for xbox etc. I need one that is obviously strong but won’t break the bank either. Any suggestions?
Okay, so of course i just bought the 32″ 720p Samsung LCD that was on sale at Walmart for Black Friday! This is the screwy part… I figured the TV would fit in my entertainment center but its actually too big and i just thought about buying another one and then i was like no that’s going to cost to much and i don’t really want a stand either so I’ve came to the conclusion that I’m just going to mount it to the wall! The only problem with that is i don’t know what kind of wall mount to buy… I just looked on walmart.com and there were like 50 different kinds and as far as I can tell,
I have a 32″ LG HDTV and I’m looking to get a wall mount where you can swivel it 180 degrees or something close to that number. Do you have any thing that you know works good with this size TV??