- Fits all 50" - 64" TVs
- Supports up to 80kg
- Slim / Flat bracket
- Ultra-Slim fitting
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With the advent of LCD and plasma TVs it’s near impossible to look at standard boxes in the same way they once were with awe and wonder. Aside from cost, for which the margins between LCD / plasma and standard boxes are ever diminishing, there is no argument not to go with LCD and plasma led technology and it won’t be long until old television sets are relegated to the annals of time and history. Equally, as our taste leans further towards sleek, slim and small t, there is no place in the home for clunky TV boxes, especially when plasma and LCD TVs can be mounted with VESA brackets.
When mounted on the wall with VESA brackets, a new generation LCD or plasma TV takes on the form of a painting, but in technological form, which is both a quaint and modern idea in one, an one that is desirable to many. However, before you decide that this modern version of mounting artwork is for you nee to do some risk assessment. If you are considering mounting with VESA brackets yourself, you first need to gauge the soundness of the wall you are planning to mount with VESA brackets on. While installing VESA brackets on dry walls is certainly possible, many advise those untrained to seek advice so as not to damage the wall, or their brand new plasma or LCD TV for that matter!
Once you’ve ascertained that the wall will support your LCD or plasma TV and VESA brackets, you will need the exact dimensions of your TV to plan the optimum position for it. To do this, all you need to do is refer to your television manual for the dimensions and VESA brackets mounting holes, so you can set about your search for suitable VESA brackets. It goes without saying that VESA brackets need to be made out of durable material so as to hold your TV safely. The name VESA is actually an acronym for Video Electronics Standards Association, and all VESA brackets manufacturers adhere to strict regulations imposed by VESA. VESA work in the interests of consumers and work to standardise regulations and guidelines which companies follow, and so it is easy for customers to understand.
Another thing, which is worth knowing when buying VESA brackets is properly understanding what it is that you want from the VESA brackets you are going to buy. If it’s possible that you might need to rearrange your furniture, and therefore your TV and VESA brackets, in the future then spend some time researching tilting VESA brackets and cantilever VESA wall brackets.
(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.