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Sony KDL40w4000, wall mount questions

Pilotwings

Standard Member
Hi is this set suitable for a tight fitting wall bracket?

Or do you think I should get a normal bracket?


Thinking about getting the bracket first you see!





-thanks
 

Member252055

Prominent Member
Hi

The Sonys are quite good for cable access as long as you're using HDMI rather than SCARTS. We have two brackets available which will fit;

Regular bracket at 32mm deep; M-Form - 32" to 50" Universal LCD/Plasma Bracket

Super Slim Bracket; Plasma Bracket LCD Bracket Super Slim on eBay, also, Wall Mounts Brackets, TV Accessories, Consumer Electronics (end time 25-Jan-09 21:49:53 GMT)

Both will fit your TV. Both these brackets also come with our unique G-Fit Guarantee which means if you need more space for cables etc then we will send you spacers or adapters to suit your needs free of charge. This way you can start with the slimmest bracket and tailor it if necessary.

Hope this helps.

Regards
Graham
 

Pilotwings

Standard Member
See the tilting ones , can you tilt them at anytime or do you have to undo screws and stuff and then tilt it?




-thanks
 

Member252055

Prominent Member
Hi

The titing one on the website here

M-Form - 32" to 50" Tilting Universal LCD/Plasma Bracket

can be left loose so it can be tilted when necessary. The tilt feature wasn't originally designed for constant use, it was more so that you can position it easily before locking it up.

Once you have set up your TV to the tilt you want then you can either lock it in place or leave it until next time you want to move it.

Regards
Graham
 

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