In the last article we discussed how important it is that you change your television set from a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) model to a new flat screen model such as LCD or plasma. When you do this you can get the best from your new television using a TV wall bracket. However, there are loads of different TV brackets available online so how do you pick the right one?
The following is a short summary of the three main types of TV brackets
Flat mounted TV brackets
These brackets are the cheapest type of TV bracket. They mount your TV to the wall so it looks like a picture or painting. You get little or no movement of the bracket if you choose this type.
Tilt and swivel TV brackets
If you choose this type of TV bracket you can tilt the TV downwards by about 15 degrees and you can also adjust the TV to the left of the right if necessary. Some brackets offer a greater degree of movement than others so check before you buy.
Cantilever TV brackets
These TV brackets let you swing the television away from the wall and perhaps offer the greatest flexibility in terms of movement. They are perfect if you need to mount the TV in the corner of the room.