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Arm Wall Mount

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by WoodyC, Jun 1, 2005.

  1. WoodyC

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    I intend to mount my Samsung LW33A32WX inside a recess and I'd like to be able to pull the screen out to get to the connections. Does anyone have a suggestion for a decent wall mount for this TV. It weighs around 20kg so it'll need to be heavy duty.

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    I have a Future Automation FSH-S 'elbow' type wall bracket. It's not cheap, but it's pretty heavy duty.

    It's rated up to 32", has various VESA mountings and can take up to 25kg.

    I'm sure there are other cheaper brackets out there, but I wanted peace of mind!

    Check out www.futureautomation.co.uk
     
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  4. WoodyC

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    Thanks for the replys but, as I forgot to mention originally, the TV has non-vesa mounting. Anyone got another choice?

    Thanks again
     
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    Take a look at the future automation one as instead of a fixed size mounting, it has a frame with moveable bars. When I did mine, there seemed to be almost endless possibilities for mounting a panel to it.

    Sevenoaks Sound and Vision stock them so you could always take a look at one in the flesh (I got mine from the Sevenoaks branch).
     
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    There are quite a few heavy duty arms available or available to order >>HERE<< :hiya:
     

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