WHAT SHOULD BE AN APROPIATE MOUNT SUPPORT FOR THIS TV?
I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT WHICH WALL MOUNT TO BUY TO BE ABLE TO MOUNT THIS TV IN THE WALL. I BUYED SOME IN THE PAST, BUT NONE OF THEM FIT. I DONT KNOW IF YOU CAN GIVE ME THE RIGHT INFORMATION ON WHICH ONE TO BUY.
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First of all find out what size mount is on the TV. On the back of the TV you should see 4 screw holes to take the bolts of the stand. You can measure the space between the holes. Then you can search for a mount that will take that size. If the TV is big you will need a very strong wall mount.
When you get the mount it should have instructions for mounting it. But make certain the wall you are fixing it to can take the weight and is stable. Fix the mount to the wall, make certain that you use the correct screws and plugs for the screws. You should be able to tell if the mount is secure enough. If you have any doubts, get somebody in to do it. The mount will come with the correct fixing screws for the TV. You will need two people at least to fix a smaller TV to the wall and two people to hold a big TV while a third screws the mount to the TV.
What size is the TV?
There are different kinds.
Fixed mount - Fixes the TV flat to the wall
Tilt mount - Fixes the TV flat to the wall but you can adjust the angle.
Cantilever mount - Fixes to the wall but can be pulled away from the wall and put in any directions or angle.
first you neeed to buy a wall mount kit for your size tv, menards or lowes is cheaper than best buy. you can also purchase a box for behind the tv that has a cable and power supply, it mounts in the wall so you see any wires. you must take the tv base off, normally 4 screws and make sure you have studs where you would like to mount the tv
Yes you can.
there are many types of wall mounts you can buy. Ensure the load / weight rating of the wall mount exceeds that of your TV, and mount it exactly as per the manufacturers instructions.
Most audio visual shops sell all types of wall mounts.
You can also check out ebay.
Finally figured out the correct arrangement or configuration through trial and error (and my wife's puzzle solving ability). It sure wasn't clear in the instructions, and I could not get the needed information from the website of either the manufacturer of wall mount system or TV...a little frustrating, but perseverance paid off. Given the price of the wall mount, I would think they could do a better job.
You can buy almost any wall mount for it, just be sure of 2 or 3 things... 1st the location, you have to screw some rather large bolts into the wooden studs in the wall so check where it will be located... 2nd weight and size... You want a mount that will be able to hold up the weigh of the TV, usually the size will be between 32" to 40" (various mount sizes) Just make sure the size 37" is between the size lengths... and 3rd that it has a "tilt" adjustment... due to the placement of the TV you might get either reflection off of a light source or you may need to change the angle so that you can see it better on the wall... Hope this helps out and if in doubt be sure to ask someone at the store you buy your equipment (TV, Audio, Games, etc)...