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How to Select the Right Wall Mount Bracket for Your TV to Your TV

Jan 22

How do you choose the best mounting for your television. TV Wall Mounts: Which one is the best one for you?

There are three kinds of TV mounts that could be used to mount flat-screen TVs.

  • Wall Mount that Tilts
  • Wall mount or Articulating bracket (also called full-motion wall mounting)
  • Wall Mount - Low Profile/Fixed

There are a few things to keep in mind when selecting a TV wall mount.

  • This wall mount works with VESA mount compatibility to the maximum capacity of load bearing (4 screw mounting screws that are located on the back of your television).
  • You'll need to decide the wall type you would like to put your television. Exterior walls are Drywall that has wood studs as well as Drywall with studs made of metallic.
  • This is the way that the cables at the rear of your TV are placed. For instance, the cables at the rear of your TV are directed toward the wall.

What exactly does the acronym VESA mean?

The VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) defines the mounting patterns for flat-screen TVs and monitors. The majority of flat-screen TVs and monitor makers are using the VESA mounting pattern. Televisions that are VESA-compliant come with four holes on the rear (two on the top and two on the at the bottom) to attach a VESA-compliant mounting bracket that matches the VESA mounting pattern.

  • Wall Mounts that tilt

Tilting brackets offer the greatest compatibility and don't require any modifications to connect any flat-screen television or monitor that is compatible with VESA mounts.

  • The product can be used with LCD, Plasma, LED, OLED flat-screen and curved-screen televisions.
  • On any flat surface: Plaster, wood, drywall, wall studs, and metal studs (interior and exterior walls). Brick, concrete, tiled walls, and other such.
  • Lateral Shift lets you place the TV at the center of almost every situation (the TV is able to be moved left or right onto the wall plate).
  • Most tilting wall mounts for TVs that we offer have enough space between the wall and back (between 2'' and 3.1 inches, depending upon the model) that allows you to extend behind the TV to allow the management of cables and connections.
  • It is possible to tilt your TV down when it is set over a fireplace.
  • To reach the cables on the side of your TV you need to tilt it up (on the majority of models) in case you have to switch the wiring.
  • Extra-heavy TVs can be hung on wall plates that are extra-wide. Extra-wide wall plates permit you to extend three 16-inch studs apart for an overall distance of 32 inches.
  • It could be used in conjunction with an integrated wall shelf to hide any cables that are slack behind your television. This will provide you with more aesthetics and a better finish.
  • The wiring that runs behind the TV is simple to set up and maintain.


  • While it is a bit higher than Super Slim/Low-profile television wall mounts, it is a reasonable trade-off when you consider the other advantages it offers.
  • It can't rotate either way.
  • The TV is tilted both upwards and downwards, and it also "Pops Out" at 5.7 inches, making it much easier to get behind the television. Pop-out is a useful feature in attempting to access the wires behind big TVs like the 90-inch. It is beneficial in the event that the power outlet is located right in the middle of the television. This makes it hard to get the outlet in order to disconnect the power cord.
  • Tilting is simple even on large TVs that weigh 90 inches.
  • The mount is described as a tilting wall mounted however it does have an incline that is slightly to the left and right.
  • The inside of the wall plate features an enormous cutout that could be used as a cover for the outlet or cable Jack.
  • Micro-level adjustment - This feature lets you alter the level of your TV once it's mounted to the wall.
  • TV Wall Mounts With Full Motion

Two kinds of Full Motion TV Wall Mounts are offered.

  • For TVs with lighter weights for smaller TVs, Full Motion Wall Mount with Single Stud Mounting
  • Full Motion Wall Mount with Double Studs to support larger TVs

This particular example is based on the SKU 1281. The articulating bracket is connected to one stud permitting smaller and lighter televisions to be mounted.

Wall Mount Full Motion and Single Stud Mounting

The image below shows our SKU: 1291 Full Motion Wall Mount. The wall mount is placed on two 16-inch On-Center studs. Double stud mounts are capable of supporting heavier loads than one mount. This makes it the ideal choice to mount heavier and bigger televisions.

As you can see, the wall plate is considerably smaller than the Tilt bracket (which is the most common full-motion mount). This mount isn't the only one with narrow walls. Full motion mounts come with small wall plates that can be attached to studs that are no more than 16 inches away from the center. A few models permit spacings of up to 24 inches.

Full Motion Wall Mounts have an attached wall plate that's sufficient to be attached to two screws of 16 inches.


  • Swivel to the left and then to the left
  • The product can be used with LCD, Plasma, LED, OLED flat-screen and curved-screen televisions.
  • If you don't want your television to be tilted it can fold against the wall. This is ideal to install in rooms with lots of space or at corners.
  • Certain models can rotate 180 degrees.
  • A lot of the models we have available can be tilted either down or up.
  • You can reach the cable connections on the rear of your TV by removing it from your wall.


  • Due to the layout of the wall plates that are thin There is a limit.
  • Many people will not find it easy to put the television in the proper center location. It's all dependent on where your studs are located. It is not advised to be installed on walls that are thin or over the fireplace.
  • The majority of the time full motion mounts weigh more than other mounts. They also stand out more.
  • While the typical spacing of studs is 16 inches across the center, it's uncommon to find the spacing of studs to be greater than 16 inches, particularly when the wall is joined by an adjacent wall perpendicularly. There are only a few fully motion-controlled mounts are in stock that can be installed on 24 inches of spacing.
  • It is not advised to put heavy televisions on the wall using screws made of metal or on exterior walls of old buildings and homes.
  • Are you considering placing your TV above the fireplace? The location of the studs will decide whether you are able to put your TV over the fireplace.

Make use of the Full Motion Wall Mount for the TV's centering

For a full motion TV to be set-top over your fireplace, first determine where the studs will be. This will enable you to know whether your TV install dallas placed over them. There is a very slim chance that the studs are exactly where you would like them to be in order for your TV to be placed on your wall.

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