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TV wall brackets can help you get the most from your flat screen

August 21, 2011
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Nathan

TV technology has come an awful long way in the last few years, and TV screens are now being produced that are incredibly slim and flat. These TVs are designed to be mounted on the wall using TV brackets, and if you neglect to do this, you won’t be getting the best out of the flat screen experience.

If you think about how much space CRT TVs used to take up, you’ll start to appreciate your flat screen LCD TV a lot more. Using just an ultra-slim TV wall bracket and a little DIY know-how, you can mount your TV on the wall and enjoy a cinema screen viewing experience right in your very own living room. This takes up hardly any space and keeps the floor completely clear, which automatically makes the room appear more spacious

As well as being quite impressive mounted on the wall in his way, like you would mount a picture frame on the wall, TV brackets can also help you to protect your flat screen from accidental damage caused by children or pets.

To put it simply, if you’ve spent a lot of money on your flat screen TV, make sure you make the most of it by mounting it on the wall using TV brackets.

Spent a fortune on a new LCD TV? Protect it with TV wall brackets

August 20, 2011
Posted in LCD TV, TV Wall Brackets — Written by Nathan

TV technology these days is incredibly exciting, and TV fans have been rushing out in droves to buy the latest LCD, HD and even 3D TVs. Inevitably, however, prices for these super-advanced, top of the range TVs have been rising, and a TV set is often now considered to be as much of an investment as a family car.

If you have recently bought the very latest LCD TV, you should be aware that your investment could be at risk unless you have wall-mounted your new purchase with the help of LCD TV wall brackets. Flat-screens were virtually designed to be mounted on the wall, offering clear, cinema-style viewing at exactly the right height.

If you place your flat screen LCD TV on a TV stand, table or in an old-fashioned TV cabinet, you are not only missing out on getting the best from your state-of-the-art TV; you are also risking it getting damaged. Children and pets can damage the TV without meaning to, as they run around and play games, possibly involving toys with sharp edges.

So, if you don’t want your eye-wateringly expensive new purchase to be scratched, knocked over or otherwise damaged, make sure you mount it using LCD TV brackets.

A step-by-step guide to mounting an LCD TV using TV wall brackets pt.2

August 19, 2011
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Tina

If you are planning to wall-mount your LCD TV by yourself, you will need a few crucial tools and importantly, a good idea of the steps you need to follow in order to complete the job. A little DIY experience also helps.

The first two steps to follow were covered in part one of this guide:

1. Gather tools
2. Fit the TV part of the bracket to the TV

Now let’s look at the remaining three steps:

3. Fit the wall bracket to the wall. Use the centre of the bracket as a rough guide as to where the middle of the TV screen will be, and choose the ideal height for the bracket to be fitted using some careful measurements and the help of a spirit level. Holding the bracket against the wall, mark with a pencil where the screws will go, then securely screw the bracket into the wall using your power drill.

4. Lift the TV carefully onto the bracket. It is very important that you seek the assistance of a second person with this part, even if you think you can handle the job yourself. It can be very difficult to manoeuvre a heavy TV into place and hook the TV bracket onto the wall bracket.

5. Once you are happy that you have followed all steps and all manufacturers/installation instructions, and that the TV is securely mounted on the wall, you can then sit back and start enjoying your brand new, wall-mounted LCD TV.

A step-by-step guide to mounting an LCD TV using TV wall brackets pt.1

August 18, 2011
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Tina

If you’ve just brought a new LCD TV home and are planning to mount it yourself using TV wall brackets, you will need to know the basic steps to follow.

This guide, designed for people who are installing flat mount TV brackets or ultra slim TV wall brackets, should prove to be a big help. However, you should consider seeking the help of a professional if any of the following applies to you:

• Your TV is excessively large, wide or heavy
• Your home has hollow or dry-lined walls
• Precise placement is very important to you
• You are planning to use cantilever TV brackets or any other kind of tilt, turn or swivel TV brackets

Now, onto the installation of your new LCD TV on standard TV brackets. Follow these steps (continued in part two of this guide):

1. Gather all tools you may need, including power drill, spirit level, tape measure etc. Unpack both the TV bracket and the LCD TV from their respective packaging

2. Fit the TV part of the bracket to the TV. Lay the TV face down on a soft, non-abrasive surface and match up the screw holes on the back of the TV with the bracket (this should work provided you have bought a compatible TV bracket). Fit in the screws, securing the bracket to the back of the TV. If you have a choice of screw positions, choose the ones that will place the bracket closest to the centre of the TV.

Your options with swivelling and tilting TV brackets

August 17, 2011
Posted in Cantilever TV Brackets — Written by Perry

Swivelling and tilting TV brackets have many names. They are commonly known as cantilever TV brackets, but you can also find varieties that simply tilt, or that offer full motion (known as full motion TV brackets).

These flexible, adjustable types of TV brackets are used where a standard flat mount installation will not be suitable. Examples include airport departure lounges, train stations and doctor’s waiting rooms where the TV is mounted near the top of the room (or on the ceiling) but the screen needs to be tilted down or at an angle so that everyone in the room can comfortably see it.

This tilt and swivel function can be very useful in homes too, especially if you have limited wall space available (i.e. in kitchens) or you add a TV into a room such as a spare bedroom as an afterthought.

Tilt and swivel TV brackets allow you to tilt the screen up or down, and rotate or swing it around to an angle of 180˚ to the left or right. This makes them much more flexible than flat-mount TV brackets, but you should also remember that they make the TV project from the wall more than standard brackets.

Tools you will need to install a TV bracket

August 16, 2011
Posted in TV Brackets — Written by Nathan

Lots of people choose to install their TV brackets themselves, and indeed, they are designed to be easy to fit. All you need is a little DIY experience, the right tools and maybe an extra pair of hands to help you lift the TV onto the bracket at the end of it all.

Before you even buy your TV bracket, however, you need to carefully check that it will be compatible with the make and model of TV you own. You also need to check the VESA specifications on the back of the TV or in the TV’s instruction manual, as well as the weight-bearing capacity of the TV bracket.

Tools

Now we come to what tools you will need to install your TV bracket yourself. Make sure to round up the following before you start the installation process:

• Tape measure
• Screw driver
• Power drill
• Stud finder (if you have that type of wall)
• Pencil (to mark the right height for installation)
• Spirit level

Everything else you will need should be included with the TV bracket itself. You should contact the bracket manufacturer or supplier if anything is missing or you need any more help.

Redecorating? A TV mounted with TV wall brackets is the perfect finishing touch

August 15, 2011
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Tina

If you are researching TV brackets ahead of using them in your own home, you are likely to have read a considerable amount about how useful and functional they can be. This is true, as TV brackets offer you an easy and convenient way to mount even the largest TV sets securely on the wall, but these handy TV accessories also have a few aesthetic benefits.

Redecorating even just one room in your home can be a time-consuming and challenging task, which is why at the end of it all, the finishing touches seem to matter a great deal. TV wall brackets can be considered one of the most vital finishing touches, as they give you a TV and home entertainment setup to match the style or decor of the room.

No professionally finished room that has been decorated in a contemporary style would be complete without a wall-mounted flat screen TV. Large, bulky TVs placed on stands or in cabinets look horribly outdated, and can ruin the modern look of your newly redecorated room. Super flat screen LCD TVs mounted on the wall using ultra slim TV brackets, on the other hand, is a look particularly well suited to modern minimalist decor, a style that is all the rage in living rooms these days.

Flat Screen TV Wall Mounting Brackets

August 14, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized — Written by Nathan

Flat screen TV wall mounting brackets are a simple and ingenius way to get the best out of your TV. You can buy really decent flat screen TV wall mounting brackets for a fraction of the price of the TV itself and as DIY projects go, you would be hard pressed to find a more effective room upgrade that is so easy to do.

If you have an LED, LCD or Plasma TV there are flat screen TV wall mounting brackets that will fit it properly. Almost every flat screen TV wall mounting brackets is adheres to VESA standardization, which means the fixtures and fittings will fit every model of TV. You can find different types of flat screen TV wall mounting brackets to suit your room.

Corner flat screen TV wall mounting brackets allow you to position your TV between two walls, saving lots of space while flat screen TV wall mounting brackets mean you can hang your TV literally anywhere, ideal for smaller rooms, home gyms or bedrooms. For the big TV in your lounge, slimline flat screen TV wall mounting brackets are designed to support the biggest TVs on the market, giving your room a spacious and cinematic appeal.

Panasonic TX-P50V20B

Panasonic TX-P50G20B

Panasonic TX-P50S20B

Panasonic TX-P50V10

Panasonic TX-P50V20B

Panasonic TX-P50G20B

Panasonic TX-P50S20B

Panasonic TX-P50V10

Panasonic TX-P50VT20B

Panasonic TX-P54Z1

Panasonic TX-P54Z1

Panasonic TX-P58V10

Panasonic TX-P58V10

Panasonic TX-P65V10

Panasonic TX-P65V10

Panasonic TX-P65VT20B

A closer look at the features of cantilever TV wall brackets

August 14, 2011
Posted in Cantilever TV Brackets — Written by Nathan

Standard TV wall brackets are widely used for installing TVs in homes, but they aren’t suitable for everyone. Some people want a more flexible solution for small rooms or cramped spaces, where standard TV brackets may not be suitable.

If you have specific needs when it comes to mounting your TV, the solution is to use cantilever TV wall brackets. These brackets allow you to mount your TV in the corner of a room, at a height or in what may be considered an ‘awkward’ position. As these brackets allow flexible movements and adjustments to the angle of the screen, there will be no drop in the quality or comfort of viewing, and the screen can still be clearly visible from all parts of the room.

If you take the example of a large cantilever TV bracket, one that is capable of supporting 60kg in TV weight (30 -36 inch screens), you can see that it offers the following features:

• 180˚ rotation/swing
• 15˚ tilt, up or down
• Secure locking feature, so you can adjust to your preferred position and lock the TV there
• Distance from the wall – between 11cm – 43 cm depending how you adjust the TV.

Flat Screen TV Brackets For The Big Kick Off!

August 13, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized — Written by Nathan

Flat screen TV brackets are an excellent idea if you love watching the football. Just like in the pub, flat screen TV brackets make allow you and all your friends to watch the game in a way that means everyone has a good view of the action. Flat screen TV brackets also help keep the TV safe when the drama gets out of hand, ensuring that it is kept off the floor and prevented from being toppled over.

You can find flat screen TV brackets to suit any kind of TV, from portable screens to blockbusting 60 inch LED models. Flat screen TV brackets come in a range of colours and designs too, with differing features dependant on your needs.

Swivel flat screen TV brackets are great if you want to swing the TV round to face other parts of the room. Ceiling flat screen TV brackets rock if you don’t have a lot of space and look cool too. Whichever flat screen TV brackets you go for, Saturday afternoon kick off will be even more of an experience.

LG 42PJ650

LG 42PJ550

LG 42PJ350

LG 46LD550

LG 47LX9900

LG 47LX6900

LG 47LD950

LG 47LD790

LG 47LD690

LG 47LD450

LG 47LD420

LG 47LE8900

LG 47LE7900

LG 47LE5900

LG 47LE5300

LG 50PX990

LG 50PK990

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