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LCD wall bracket advice

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Perpita4y, 4m agoPosted 4 years, 4 months ago
Hi some advice from the wise out there. I currently have a 32" LCD tv mounted above the fireplace and eventually want a 50". What I would like is a bracket that enables me to watch the tv in the living room and tilt it say 45 degrees to the right, so I can watch it in the dining room whilst doing the dredded ironing. Thanx for any useful suggestions. Preferably cheap but sturdy bracket x
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Perpita4y, 4m agoPosted 4 years, 4 months ago

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dh058977 2 Likes #1
Buy an extension lead and do the ironing in the living room. Problem solved.
Can't not enough room with 3 piece n rest of furniture. Plus it's easier in dining room as more space thanx for reply tho x
Loads of brackets available. Try btech bt8413 http://www.btechavmounts.com/product-range/consumer/flat-screen-mounts/wall/x-large/products/bt8413

If you want more than 45 degrees you might need a double arm bracket.

Make sure the wall fixing is suitable and if in doubt get some one in. There is a lot of weight in a 50" display on the end of an arm.

Don't know if this is allowed or not but I can get btech brackets cheap so drop me a private message with bracket that you choose and I'll see what I can do for you.
Thanx Paul when I get a mo later I'll defo have a look. X

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