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LCD and plasma TVs are certainly a la mode at the moment and because of this improvement to the design of televisions, it’s only a matter of time before more standard sets are imprisoned in time, history and stare out at people from behind museum glass and school books. Currently, cost is the only remaining factor making televisions worth considering but even this is an argument which is fast diminishing as margins between the two different types of breed lessen almost daily. Another reason, which is lessening the space for televisions in the home is our ever moving taste towards small is beautiful, which happens to coincide with technological advancement too. Plasma and LCD screens are slimmer and lighter, which means as objects they are less clunky, which fits in better with the modern aesthetic. What’s more, because these new machines are slight, you can use a VESA wall mount to place them on walls where they take up no floor space at all.
Using a VESA wall mount in this way means you end up with a framed LCD, or plasma, mimicking a traditional masterpiece painting, which is perhaps the modern alternative anyway. These reasons alone should be enough to make you consider a step up to something plasma but before you go ahead and buy a VESA wall mount make sure the wall you are planning to install your VESA wall mount on is sturdy enough to take the weight of all that you are installing. Consider professional advice if you are not sure. Once you are totally sure you have a flick through your television user manual and find the dimensions so you can start planning on where exactly you are going to put up your VESA wall mount. Essential before starting is having the VESA wall mount hole dimensions so you can search out the correct VESA wall mount. It goes without saying that your VESA wall mount needs to be solid to properly hold your TV safely. The name VESA is actually an acronym for Video Electronics Standards Association. As you can probably guess, VESA is a regulatory body, which is in place to protect consumers’ safety by standardising guidelines for companies to follow.
Before you buy a VESA wall mount you need to have properly understood your needs because a VESA wall mount can help you achieve them. For example, are you likely to need to rearrange furniture in the future, or are you buying a VESA wall mount for an alcove or corner. Yes to either of these questions may influence the kind of VESA wall mount that you need to buy. If the answer was yes to either of these questions it may be worth considering a cantilever VESA wall mount or titling VESA wall mount.
(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.