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Wall mount bracket for LCD's
Posted by: macphanatic
Date: April 28, 2009 06:34PM
I've got a 32 inch Samsung lcd that I want to wall mount. Came across this mount at monoprice ( [www.monoprice.com] )

It's listed for lcd/plasma tv's that are up to 30 inch and 60 lbs. Since the Samsung is less than 50 lbs, but 32 inches is there any reason that I shouldn't use this mount? I'd prefer to use this type of mount as it's smaller and won't be as visible where it is being installed.
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Re: Wall mount bracket for LCD's
Posted by: artie67
Date: April 28, 2009 07:51PM
Does it have to swing out and angle to a viewing area? If so, go to the more "robust" unit listed above(3411). If just tilt, then one of the upper section will be fine. Mounting on studs is very important and you can add a 1x6 to the wall to span two studs.
Touch up using that can of paint in the "paint shed" to match the new board to the walls. Now you can position the mount within the two studs and be "good to go" .
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Re: Wall mount bracket for LCD's
Posted by: ADent
Date: April 28, 2009 11:41PM
I have a 3411 for my 24" monitor and it is ridiculously over designed for my application.

I would go based on weight, not size.
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Re: Wall mount bracket for LCD's
Posted by: billb
Date: April 29, 2009 07:33AM
The weight limit is what is most important.

larger than 30 inch screen may inhibit the full tilt and swivel limits.

Swinging out (further) to plug a cable (back) in can come in handy.
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