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Wall brackets for mounting

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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
Hi im a little confused i have a 32" tv and want to mount it on the wall, Has anyone got any tips on what brackets to use and whats the best way of going about it please?
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago

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check your TV model out on the internet, some descriptions tell you what bracket it requires.

i got mine from play and it told me the size i needed.

think for up to 32" its 200x100 you need?

not too sure.
ok thanks! i did look on the inetrnet but there were so many and i wasnt sure how much they usually cost because some were like £100 and others were like £20 so im assuming that there are different qualities for different prices, i just dont want it falling off the wall or anything if i get a cheap one!!
i got mine of amazon for £12 and it was for 26 - 40 inches. mine is a 40 inch samsung and the mount is superb, absolute bargain compared to the rip off prices some are charging
oh brilliant thanks i wasnt sure if the cheaper ones worked, but ill get a cheaper one now thanks!!:thumbsup:
i bought mine from a company called "av4home"

they deliver by courier and the service i received was excellent. apparently the courier company had a temp who stole a few parcels and mines went missing, they replaced it absolutely no problems and i received it next day.

this is mines here, although i got mines in "piano black" its a cracking mount. it says max 25kg but my stepdad put his full weight on it (upwards of 12 stone) and it didnt budge :thumbsup:

it also swivels to an angle of choice and extends a good distance. can also sit flush with the wall.

setting it up was a doddle, instructions are very clear.

there are only 6 steps to it really.

Oh thats brilliant thank you, if you dont mind me asking how much did you pay for yours?
I can put you in touch with a guy that does these for £60.00 if you collect it from Surrey ? Or he'll post it for about £12 I think. RRP is about £150 - £180
heres the link ...

it works out 60 pounds and a few pence delivered


theres the option of 2 colours, piano black and silver.

from the description ... "Suitable for LCD/TFT Screens upto 32" and 25Kgs"


sorry i took so long to reply.

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