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With the recent surge in popularity of LCD and plasma TVs it’s virtually impossible to look at a standard television in the same way. In fact, cost is perhaps the only reason to consider purchasing a standard television and even cost is paling into insignificance as the margins between LCD / plasma and traditional televisions diminish. As it is, soon bog standard television sets will only be relics viewed through glass at stuffy museums by people romantically thinking about how quaint it once was to watch television in this way. Additionally, as taste and technology both advance towards the small, there is literally no place or space left for original boxy beasts, especially when you think that plasma and LCD TVs are not only sleeker as objects, but they can be mounted up and off the floor creating more space still with a VESA bracket.
Using a VESA bracket to mount a LCD plasma television can achieve a hung painting look, albeit a technological version, and certainly provides a stylish focus for the room. Before you rush out and buy a VESA bracket, however, it’s important that you’re sure the wall you are thinking about installing a VESA bracket and television on is sturdy enough to take the weight of a VESA bracket and a television. If you are sure, and have sought professional advice, then consult your television’s user manual for your television’s dimensions so you can start planning exactly where you are going to install your VESA bracket. You will need the dimensions and VESA bracket mounting holes before you begin searching for the right VESA bracket. Perhaps, obviously, your VESA bracket needs to be made of strong stuff to hold your TV safely. VESA is an acronym for Video Electronics Standards Association, which is a regulatory body that lays out standards for manufacturers to follow in the industry for consumer safety, standardisation and ease.
Before you buy a VESA bracket the most important thing is to have worked out what your needs are. For example what space are you hoping to mount your VESA bracket in? Are you thinking about utilising a corner or alcove? If so, you will need a cantilever VESA bracket or a tilting VESA bracket, so bear this in mind before you set upon your search for a VESA bracket. Equally, if you’re the kind of person who needs a fresh change every now and again and is subject to attacks of moving furniture around, you may need to reposition the angle of your TV and so a flexible VESA bracket might be better suited to your needs. Many say, even though they have fixed needs at the time of buying, that they were glad they planned for the fact they might need their VESA bracket to be flexible in the future and because the price between is a fixed VESA bracket and a flexible VESA bracket is minimal it’s worth absorbing this cost so you’re covered further down the line.
(example of VESA 75mm x 75mm)
The wall bracket below would be compatible with the TV above as it also has a VESA mesurement of 75mm x 75mm.