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How to buy an appropriate TV wall bracket for your home

March 24, 2010
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Perry

There are different types of TV wall brackets available in the market with a plethora of different designs and price tags. The following information will help to find which TV wall bracket is ideal for your television set.

Here are some tips to help you avoid the pitfalls of purchasing the wrong TV wall bracket:

VESA Spacing:

Ensure that the bracket you consider is of an ideal size for your television set and has the correct VESA spacing (VESA spacing is the distance between the mounting holes on the back of your television). Generally, bigger television sets have VESA 400 while smaller television sets tend to have VESA 100 or VESA 200. VESA 100 means there are 4 holes laid out in a square shape with 100mm distance between each hole. Make sure that the TV wall bracket you purchase is VESA compatible and has the right VESA fitting.

Cable Management:

Also ensure that the TV wall bracket you purchase offers cable management. This feature will help to hide all the messy cable wires. Decide whether you want stationery brackets, tilt brackets or tilt and swivel brackets.

Types of TV Brackets:

A stationary bracket is used to hang a LCD or Plasma TV on the wall just like a picture frame. Tilt brackets generally offer a 15 degree tilt and is an ideal option to consider if you prefer to mount your television set at a height.

There are different types of swivel wall brackets available in the market; some offer tilt facilities while some do not. So consider its features before buying one for your television set.

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