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TV Wall mount

Discussion in 'Audio Visual' started by darrenbgray, 16 Feb 2016.

  1. darrenbgray

    darrenbgray

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    Hi,

    I have a 32" Samsung ue32h6400 TV which I wish to mount on the wall. The cables will be coming directly out of the wall as shown in the photo. Can you recommend a bracket which is most appropriate please.
     

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  3. Ricardus

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    A quick bit of Googling says your TV probably has VESA 200 standard mounting points in the back. For a TV that size, you should be able to use any VESA200 compatible bracket from flat rails to multi-swivel cantilever ones, as long as you can get a solid grip on the wall.
     
  4. darrenbgray

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    Many thanks. I don't need tilting etc just fixed. Because of the wiring coming out of the wall, is there a particular type / design I need?
     
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    It shouldnt make any difference, unless you want to mount the TV directly over the outlets to conceal them in which case a basic Flat bracket like http://www.toolstation.com/shop/p59708 or http://www.screwfix.com/p/sanus-universal-tv-wall-mount-fixed-22-50/4079j or anything similar from retailer of your choice should suffice.
     
  6. darrenbgray

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    Thanks. I do want to mount the TV over the sockets and this was what was confusing me as I also wanted it as flush as possible to the wall ann couldn't see how some of the mounts would work in this instance. I'll get the one from Tool station, at least it's cheap!
     
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    Don't screw it through the cables buried in the wall ! Is it a solid or a stud wall ?
     
  8. darrenbgray

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    It is a solid wall, the cables were chased in and drop down vertically. Hopefully I'll avoid them!
     
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