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Sony KDL46W4500 wall bracket needed, with suitable space for connections. Thanks

Ross85

Standard Member
Anybody recommend/advise on a wall bracket for this TV, which allows suitable space to get the HDMI, kettle and other connections in with no hassle. Cheers :thumbsup:
 

Member252055

Prominent Member
Hi

This is an issue with conflicting opinions I think. Most brackets are designed to be as flat as possible so when your TV is on the wall it looks as good as it can. This does mean that access to the cables is limited, if not impossible. What you need to do is put your cables in first then hang the TV on the bracket. Sometimes a bracket's slimness means that the cables conflict with the bracket or wall once mounted so you need to space it away slightly.

We have various brackets to fit this TV depending on whether you require Flat, Tilt or Articulated (articulated obviously not a problem for cable access).

All our brackets also benefit from our unique G-Fit Guarantee which not only covers fitment of the bracket to the tv but also any problems which may occur with cabling etc... If you found you needed more space behind for cables then we would send you a modified fixing kit with spacers and longer screws to match your specifications. This way, the bracket isn't any deeper than it needs to be.

Here are the brackets;

Flat; M-Form - 32" to 50" Universal LCD/Plasma Bracket
Tilt; M-Form - 32" to 50" Tilting Universal LCD/Plasma Bracket
Articulated; http://www.m-formonline.co.uk/index...facturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=26
Corner; M-Form - 32" to 50" Corner Bracket With 2 Shelves

Hope this helps.

Best Regards
Graham
 

toocan

Standard Member
Hi

This is an issue with conflicting opinions I think. Most brackets are designed to be as flat as possible so when your TV is on the wall it looks as good as it can. This does mean that access to the cables is limited, if not impossible. What you need to do is put your cables in first then hang the TV on the bracket. Sometimes a bracket's slimness means that the cables conflict with the bracket or wall once mounted so you need to space it away slightly.

We have various brackets to fit this TV depending on whether you require Flat, Tilt or Articulated (articulated obviously not a problem for cable access).

All our brackets also benefit from our unique G-Fit Guarantee which not only covers fitment of the bracket to the tv but also any problems which may occur with cabling etc... If you found you needed more space behind for cables then we would send you a modified fixing kit with spacers and longer screws to match your specifications. This way, the bracket isn't any deeper than it needs to be.

Here are the brackets;

Flat; M-Form - 32" to 50" Universal LCD/Plasma Bracket
Tilt; M-Form - 32" to 50" Tilting Universal LCD/Plasma Bracket
Articulated; M-Form - 32" to 50" Articulated Universal LCD/Plasma Bracke
Corner; M-Form - 32" to 50" Corner Bracket With 2 Shelves

Hope this helps.

Best Regards
Graham

does this come with all the nuts and bolts needed ?
 

Member252055

Prominent Member
Hi Toocan

Yes the brackets come with universal fixing kits which include all the fixings necessary to attach the bracket to the TV.

We don't include wall fixings as we wouldn't know what type to include depending on wall construction/tv weight etc. We do have a range of recommended wall fixing products here M-Form - Wall Mount Fixings

Best Regards
Graham
 

ocdwhiteboard

Established Member
Hi,

I've got a similar TV (KDL32V4500) and need to fix it flat to a wall. It will be in a recess though (building a false wall around it so that the front of the TV is level with the front of the false wall) - would a fixed mount be suitable or do I have to get an articulated one?

owain
 

Member252055

Prominent Member
Hi

An articulated one would make installation easier with cable access etc. ALthough a flat one would still do the trick.

One thing to bare in mind with a flat bracket is that you need space above the TV to be able to hook the V on the bracket. Also with most universal brackets you need to get to a security fixing to secure the bracket in place. Even the ones with click-lock mechanismns need access to remove them. An articulated bracket would remove all these problems as you can install the TV with the bracket pulled out and then push it in for use.

Have a look at these out of interest;

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

M-Form - 32" to 50" Universal LCD/Plasma Bracket
http://www.m-formonline.co.uk/index...facturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=26
http://www.m-formonline.co.uk/index...facturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=26

M-Form - 37" to 50" Free Motion Cantilever Bracket SPECIAL

Hope this helps

Regards
Graham
 

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