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A few tips about buying a TV Bracket for your living room

Category: TV Brackets — July 12th, 2009

Buying a flat screen TV can be a difficult job, as can buying the right type of TV bracket. Are you facing the same problem? Well, if the answer is yes, you don’t need to worry any more. Here are a few useful tips to help you escape the difficulties of purchasing the wrong TV bracket.

1. Firstly, make sure that your television is the appropriate size to be fit onto the bracket and that it also has the right VESA spacing, which is the distance between the mounting holes at the back of the television. Small-sized TVs generally have VESA 100 spacing or VESA 200 spacing, whereas big-sized TVs have VESA 400 spacing. When you buy the TV bracket, ensure that it is VESA compatible.

2. Secondly, you should look at where you position your cables. There are many cable management systems you can choose from to keep your cables tidy.

3. Thirdly, you must settle on the type of bracket you want, a slim bracket, tilting or swivelling bracket and cantilever bracket. If your TV is mounted at a height, tilt brackets will be a good option for they have a 15 degree tilting angle.

By following these few simple tips, you can ensure that you get the most pleasurable TV viewing experience.

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