Swivel mount for Panasonic TX-P50U30

Lathia

Standard Member
Hi

I just recently did an impulse buy and bought myself a Panasonic Tx-p50U30.

I'm looking for a decent swivel mount which would allow me to rotate the tv 180 degrees to the left.
I really dont know much about mounts so could do with some help.

I saw this link in one of the other threads for a mount but im not sure if it will be okay for the tv:
http://www.m-formonline.co.uk/lcd-p...mounts/32-to-55-articulated-led-tv-wall-mount
It does mention led\lcd tvs in the title. But does it matter if my tv is a plasma?

Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks :)
 

Member252055

Well-known Member
Hi

The fixing points and weight loading are all within the specification of the bracket. The only thing wihich may cause a problem is the cables in the rear of the TV preventing you from pushing the TV right back to it's slimmest depth. This isn't so much of a problem if you're going to be viewing the TV swung out most of the time.

Hope this helps.

Regards
Graham
 

Lathia

Standard Member
OK Thankyou :)

So I guess the only thing I need to worry about is weight and fixing points. How do I find out what the fixing points for the TV is, the specifications on panasonics website just points to a panasonic mount.

I will be only occassionally swivelling the tv out to the left. Mainly to play the wii or watch from my dining table.
The rest of the time it will be standing against the wall.

How much will the tv protrude out due to the cables?
Can you suggest any alternative mounts that do not suffer from this problem?

Thanks in advance.
 

Member252055

Well-known Member
Hi

The fixing points on your TV are H400mm x V300mm.

For your cables it depends what type of cables you are using. You can get 90 degree adapters or cables for HDMI, Power and most others but not SCART. The depth of the bracket is 34mm so you should be just about ok. You'd be better having a slim bracket which is slightly compromised by cables than having a deeper bracket with depth to spare.

Hope this helps

Regards
Graham
 

Lathia

Standard Member
Thankyou!

Last question, does your company provide a service to install the bracket or do you know of any reputable companies in greater london. (North west)

My wall is half block then a layer of insulation then brick (from the house next door).
Would this be a suitable surface to mount the tv on?
 

Member252055

Well-known Member
Hi

We don't install ourselves but I'm sure you would be able to find someone local who could do the job. Mounting a TV bracket isn't particularly specialist, anyone with good DIY skills can do it. Alternatively we used to use www.wecanfit.co.uk who are nationwide.

The wall construction shouldn't be a problem.

Hope this helps.

Regards
Graham
 

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