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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.

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