If you have recently bought for yourself a large, beautiful LCD or plasma screen TV, you have also probably looked into selecting a proper TV wall bracket. After all, this is the benefit offered by a slimmer, large panel screen.
You are required to know – before mounting your TV – the VESA (The Video Electronics Standards Association) size that is mentioned on the back of the TV screen. VESA sizes are usually as follows:
• VESA 75: It has holes 75mm apart in a square.
• VESA 100: It has holes 100mm apart in a square.
• Larger TV screens usually have VESA 200; these are 200mm apart and thus offer greater support to carry the weight of your TV.
A wall bracket is usually screwed into these holes directly. To mount your TV using a TV wall bracket, you need to know which VESA standard it supports. Just to give an example, the Samsung LCD TV (LE32R73BD) is a simple Vesa 200 x 200 that makes wall mounting smooth and easy.
You can consider a range of LCD TV brackets which are 200 x 200 compatible for this TV and accordingly select from flat, tilting, swivel or other popular bracket categories.