Types of TV Mounts and How to Select to Best One - Tv Wall Mount Insta

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Newer TV is much thinner and lighter than older ones. If you are unsure if your wall can handle the weight of your TV, then you must consult a tv wall mount installation Liverpool.

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Types of TV Mounts and How to Select to Best One - Tv Wall Mount Installation Liverpool Everyone likes to like a bigger and better life. I remember the days when 20 inches CRT TVs were used to be a luxury statement. The time has certainly changed as even a 50-inch TV is also considered common among users. Although TVs are getting bigger we still live in a house with limited space. Even those issues have been solved. You can wall mount your TV regardless of your size and save yourself from the hassle of buying a separate table that takes up a large chunk of space. TVs from any brand nowadays come with wall mounting feature. All you need is the right tool and skills and you can enjoy a theatre-like experience at your home. In this article I have explained how to pick the right amount that fits perfectly in your wall without causing any strain. Most tv wall mount installation Liverpool provides three types of wall bracket – fixed tilt and full motion. Fix Mount: These are the most basic types of mount for your TV. You have to make sure of the angle and mounting area of the TV before installing them. Once fixed you will not be able to move your TV at all. Tilt Mount: It allows you to adjust your viewing angle by enabling you to move the screen up and down. It is mostly useful when you have installed your tv a bit high on the wall. You can pull the screen down for a good viewing angle. Full Motion: These mounts come with a movable handle which means you can move the TV and angle it as per your choice. These come handy when you don’t have much room on the wall to spare. Simple install your tv in a corner and adjust the angle whenever you need to watch something. Take a little time and think about what kind of mount will be perfect for your room and TV. However before deciding on a TV mount make sure it is compatible with your TV. That’s where VESA mounting standard comes to action. VESA: VESA or Video Electronics Standards Association has established a mounting interface standard that enables you to check the compatibility between your wall mount and TV. All mounts compliant with VESA includes a measurement allowing you to determine if the holes in the bracket match the holes on the back of your TV or not. Even though your VESA measurement matches with your TV that doesn’t mean the mount can support the weight and size of your TV. Newer TV is much thinner and lighter than older ones. If you are unsure if your wall can handle the weight of your TV then you must consult a tv wall mount installation Liverpool.

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