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Virtually all flat-panel TVs come with a pedestal stand. This is all you need if you're placing your TV on a table or cabinet. But one of the things that makes flat-panel TVs so appealing is their shallow depth and light weight, which allow them to be mounted on a wall. This gives you a very clean, safe, and space-efficient installation.
Since very few TVs include their own wall-mounting hardware, you'll have to purchase a mount separately. This article explains the differences between various types of wall mounts, and offers recommendations for various types of installation. If you're wondering what it takes to install a TV, check out our how-to guide and video on TV wall-mounting.
Conceal cables OUTSIDE
TV cord cover for wall-mounted flat screen TV's for organizing and hiding TV cables. The low profile design hides cables and offers the ability to be painted. Easy to mount without cutting holes in the walls.
TV wall-mounts range from basic fixed-mount designs to those with nearly unlimited flexibility for positioning your TV. Think about what you want your bracket to be able to do. Do you want to be able to adjust the TV to get a better view from different seats? Would you like to be able to angle the TV for optimum viewing, yet also have it hug the wall when not in use? There are a variety of options to choose from.
Conceal cables INSIDE
only for your wall mounted TV in-wall cable management system. Designed to simplify wiring behind wall-mounted flat-panel TV's. This discreet system allows audio video cables and cords to be routed through the wall for a clean look.
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Tilt-capable TV mounts are similar to fixed mounts but offer the ability to tilt your TV. These days, many tilt TV mounts come in a low profile, slim design, letting you to achieve an ultra-slim look with the added benefit of tilting your TV to achieve a better viewing angle. Tilt-capable TV mounts are a great option for times when you need to adjust for glare or when you need to position your TV at a point that is higher than eye level.
This Is One Job You have to Do RIGHT!
If you do it wrong, it could end up on the floor!
You also have to have it LEVEL! Only a few degrees of tilt will be obvious on a wide TV.
* Don't leave your flat panel TV on a table or stand where it can be knocked over and damaged, or even worse injure a child or pet. Instead, mount it securely and safely to the wall using this Adjustable Fixed/Tilting/Full motion Wall Mounts Bracket from DISH FOR ALL!
Conceal cables and power for your wall mounted TV in-wall power and cable management system. Designed to simplify wiring behind wall-mounted flat-panel TV's. This discreet system allows audio video cables and cords to be routed through the wall for a clean look.
Full-motion TV mounts offer even more flexibility because they let you to tilt, swivel and retract your television. These types of mounts let you see the screen clearly from a wide variety of vantage points. This means that you are less limited in where you choose to mount your TV. Moreover, if you think that you will need to access the back of your TV on a regular basis, then a full-motion TV mount is a great option.
YOU HAVE THREE OPTIONS
Fixed TV mounts are perfect for achieving a low profile, stylish, ultra-sleek design by fixing your television against a wall similar to a picture frame. Since they do not tilt or rotate, they are better suited for locations where constant adjustments are not needed. Flat TV mounts are great for any rooms where TV at a point that is same eye level.