Tilting TV Wall Mounts
Lockable Tilting TV Wall Mount Bracket for 37-70 Inch Screens
Earth’s mightiest televisions deserve a wall mount that can match them in strength and utility. FireFold’s WM-LG-LCK can handle the needs of your most precious screens. With an extra wide base, this mount goes beyond the call of duty by accommodating sizes beyond standard limits. It holds most televisions up to 70”. If the VESA pattern and the weight fit, you can also safely hang larger screens. Installing this mount is quick and easy and the bar design allows some lateral shifting of the TV once it is on the wall so you can perfectly center it. A 10-degree tilt makes the wall mount ideal for living rooms, bedrooms, and even above fireplaces.
With the WM-LG-LCK, you can effortlessly safeguard your treasured TV. It includes a built-in slot for you to attach a padlock, securing it against theft, tampering, and unfortunate evil-doers. Crafted from tough, no-nonsense steel, this television mount can securely handle up to 176 lbs. Despite its hefty might, this TV wall mount only sits 2.1”off of the wall. It comes with standard mounting hardware, but specialty screws may be necessary.
The Hole Story
The WM-LG-LCK can fit VESA mounting patterns up to 600x400. But what does that mean? How do you know if it will fit your screen? It’s easy if you have your manual, a measuring tape, or the internet! Since you’ve obviously got web access, we’ll start with the latter. A quick query of the search engine of your choice can usually answer your question for you. Just be sure you have your monitor or TV’s exact model number as many manufacturers switch their mounting patterns from year to year. The VESA pattern should also be listed in the specs of your manual. If you don’t have the manual and can’t find the model number, or if you prefer to take a hands-on approach, you can calculate your VESA pattern yourself. Using a tape measure or ruler, measure the distance between the mounting holes on the back of the screen. Measure horizontally and vertically, not diagonally. There should be two numbers, both in millimeters. These numbers will be your VESA pattern.
Lockable Tilting TV Wall Mount Bracket for 40-75 Inch Screens
This Tilting TV Wall Mount Bracket is designed for larger TVs with screens sized from 40 to 75 inches. It supports up to 165 pounds and is compatible with VESA mounting patterns up to 900x400. It features a lockable bracket (lock sold separately) for added security, making it a great solution for hotels and other public establishments.
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Tilt TV Wall Mount with In-Wall Wire Hider Kit for 37-70 Inch Screens
A DIY Dream
You're strong, independent, and you want to knock this TV hang out in a weekend, right? This TV wall mount kit is the perfect all-in-one solution for the do-it-yourselfer who's on a budget and a mission. All the components of a professional TV mounting job are included - just add tools and you're in business!
This kit includes our best-selling Rhino Brackets tilt TV wall mount for 37-70 inch flat screens. The low profile design keeps the TV close to the wall and out of your way, but it can be tilted forward up to 14 degrees to achieve the ideal viewing angle.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Hide those unsightly cables with the included Arlington low voltage brackets and Garvin recessed low voltage cable plates. The brackets attach securely to drywall with screw-down clamps, while the bulk cable plates screw directly onto the brackets and offer a convenient cable pass through. There is a fifteen foot NetStrand High Speed HDMI 2.0 cable included, but you can run your other low-voltage cables along with it.
What You'll Need
All the components are included in the kit, but you will need some tools. A convenient bubble level comes with the mount, but you will need a screwdriver, pencil for marking off your wall plate cuts, and a drywall saw or utility knife to cut openings for your low voltage brackets. A drill might also come in handy.