best wall bracket for pio 436xde

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by alarm man, Mar 19, 2006.

  1. alarm man

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    just bought a 436xde and gonna wall mount,will post pics of install:eek: whats the best wall bracket and best price etc....cheers
     
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    comet do them for circa £60 - and my 506 is still on the wall!:smashin:
     
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    Is that a "generic" bracket, not the official Pioneer one? Any makes or models we should be looking out for?

    Thanks for that :)
     
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    Future automation do one to fit 37"-50". We use it all the time, including my own plasma. Don't scrimp on the bracket, it's holding up an expensive screen for a long time. Also make sure it's mounted properly as even the best bracket can fall off the wall if not fixed there properly in the first place.
     
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    I mounted my XDE on this last weekend, £65 with free delivery.

    No problems at all and you don't need to buy any extra kit (if you have solid walls). It's very slim so you don't even see the bracket. You can mount it perfectly vertically or there are brackets to add a slight (8 Degrees ?) tilt to it.

    There is also a bracket under the powerbuy section at the top of the thread.
     

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