There are many different types of TV brackets available in the market, so it can be confusing when you want to buy one. Over the next three articles we will give you a brief guide on things to look out for before you make your purchase.
Check the VESA spacing
All new televisions are manufactured with the availability to mount a TV bracket on the back of the television. When you have a look online at television specifications or visit the TV manufacturer’s website or even read the instruction manual that comes with your television, it will state the VESA spacing. The VESA spacing is actually the distance between the holes on the back of the television where your TV bracket will be mounted.
If you are not sure of the VESA spacing on your television, all you need to do is visit a TV bracket website and enter the model number of your television. The website should then be able to suggest suitable TV bracket alternatives for you.