Vesa 400 X 400 Wall Mount Best Buy
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Vesa 400 X 400 Wall Mount Best Buy
For testing, we built a wall with wooden studs at a standard 16-inch spacing covered in half-inch drywall, emulating standard wood frame construction practices. We then installed each mount on the wall and used a 2-by-4-foot sheet of plywood to simulate a 55-inch TV. We also tested most of the mounts with a 55-inch TCL 55P607 TV.
We did not test the EchoGear EGLT1 low-profile tilting mount. It was the least expensive UL-approved model we saw, but it holds the TV a little farther off the wall than the Monoprice 5915 EZ Series, and it does not offer post-install adjustment.
The best TV mounts can upgrade your home theater experience, free up space, and even improve safety at home by elevating your TV above eye level. These sturdy brackets are easy to install and, believe it or not, relatively cheap, too.
The primary reason why you'd buy one is so you can fit a large TV in a room that's lacking in floor space or to position the screen in a spot where everyone can see. Using one of the best TV mounts can also give your TV better viewing angles and increase viewing comfort. Plus, they can keep your expensive OLED or QLED TV out of danger if you have young children or pets tearing around.
TV mounts come in three primary types. There's full-motion mounts that have articulated arms to turn the TV left, right, up and down; tilting mounts that allow the TV to be angled downwards if it's mounted above eye-level; and fixed mounts that keep the TV in one position flat against the wall. Each one has a different purpose. Confused We've got a full guide further down the page to help you choose the best TV mount for you, in addition to a guide to how to mount a TV to the wall for when you've bought one.
Finally, you need to consider where on the wall you are placing the TV mount. It should be attached to the studs in the wall (or concrete) to make sure it is secure. Find out how far apart your studs are and get a TV mount that can accommodate that distance. When installing you want the mount to be level; some mounts come with a level, though one you get at a hardware store may be more accurate. The best TV mounts allow you to adjust the level further after installation, to correct for any slight variations.
Save space: By mounting the TV on the wall, you get the benefit of freeing up a little more space in your room, eliminating the need for a bulky, specialized piece of furniture to place the TV on. In most living rooms, this space savings can even be enough to let you go a few inches larger on screen size, since the TV will sit closer to the wall, and just a little bit further from your couch.
Better aesthetics: A wall-mounted TV just looks nice, and can help make your home theater setup look more professional, more put together. And if you do a full installation, with cables run behind drywall, it looks a lot cleaner, too. (Don't worry, you can get a similar effect by hiding the cables behind a neutral colored cable run.)
Better safety: A wall mounted TV is actually a safer TV, especially if you have kids. According to a 2020 report from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, falling TVs make up 32% of all injuries caused by tip-over incidents, and they're especially dangerous for small children. The trend for larger TVs makes this a problem that will only get more common, but a simple wall mount means you'll never have to worry about your TV getting knocked over or falling due to earthquake or horseplay.
There are many good reasons to consider mounting your TV on a wall, from achieving a sleek, minimalist aesthetic or saving space in small rooms. The good news is that fixing a TV to a wall can be a simple and easy task so long as you have a good TV wall mount to do the job.
Compatible with screens ranging in size from 37-inches to 70-inches, this mount offers 160 degrees of swivel and +8 to -5 degrees of tilt. The arms can extend up to 50cm into the room, but when flat against the wall, has