Mounting tv at 30 degrees angle

PeteMan

Standard Member
I'm looking for a solution that will allow me to mount my TV at an angle of approx 20 degrees to the wall (to the right). It's a very slim LED tv so I don't want a bulky cantilever mount. Are there any other options (I'm happy to have it fixed in this position)?

Cheers, Pete
 

PeteMan

Standard Member
Thanks. Is it possible to rotate and hang a tilt bracket by 90% to provide my 15-20% left/right swivel?

Pete
 
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Member252055

Well-known Member
Hi

Not usually, no. Standard tilt brackets rely on the TV being hung onto the horizontal rail of the wall plate. If you turned this through 90 degrees there'd be nothing to hold the screen up.

Let me have a quick look, we may have something else which would suit.

Regards
Graham
 

PeteMan

Standard Member
Hi

Not usually, no. Standard tilt brackets rely on the TV being hung onto the horizontal rail of the wall plate. If you turned this through 90 degrees there'd be nothing to hold the screen up.

Let me have a quick look, we may have something else which would suit.

Regards
Graham
Thanks. Any luck?

Cheers Pete
 

Steve237

Active Member
Have you had any luck, PeteMan?

I'm after the same thing, but for a Sony Bravia KDL-32EX503U. It needs to be black and it needs to tilt sideways approx 30 degrees as well as up/down.

Can anyone help?
 

Steve237

Active Member
Thank you Graham, they look superb. I will be purchasing one of these towards the end of the week.
 

Steve237

Active Member
I would just like to report back that the articulated mount recommended on the above post turned out to be the perfect solution for my Sony Bravia KDL-32NX503. It is robust, and easily fixed on the wall. Graham at m-formonline assisted me in the decision over the phone and delivery was very quick indeed - many thanks Graham.
 

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