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A few people were coming to stay, and had been told by the wife, that the table currently used for the TV was going to become shortly indisposed and that my job was finding another home for the TV, so I decided now was the time to buy a TV bracket. I’d always wanted the TV mounted on the wall but until now, my wife had deemed it an unnecessary expense.
The wall bracket needed to be of good quality with a good wall plate to spread the load, and it needed to allow the TV to be moved around and pulled out from the wall when needed. I did some research on the Internet and short-listed a few respectable looking retailers, some of which were recommended by AVForums. I sent off a few questions about dimensions and waited.
A couple of days passed and nothing. I was starting to get a little anxious and annoyed. What sort of business ignores its customers? Eventually, after some more searching, I came across the Brackets R Us website. The bracket I found was the A45SLV, and it had all the dimensions listed on the product page. Fantastic! I placed the order, feeling quite pleased that they’d also provided a free HDMI cable and next day delivery into the equation. I realise I’m going on a little bit now but I’m getting to the crux so keep reading BracketsRus | A Blog By Tim Bishop for the conclusion.
To my surprise, everything went according to plan – a friend of mine had a problem receiving his TV wall mount from another company, but naturally, I steered clear of them, but hadn’t ruled out the possibility that all brackets companies might be the same – the tv wall bracket turned up the next day and with it came all of the accessories needed to get it attached to the wall!
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