Plasma TV Mounts

Posted by 3dcart SEM Team on 10/12/2014 to General

When looking for a plasma TV mount, there are quite a few options for you to choose from. Most of the plasma TVs that you find these days are simply too large to put on a television stand, or they do not have a base themselves, forcing you to hang them up on your wall. This is not a bad thing, as hanging your large television on the wall can save you quite a bit of space.

The most common plasma TV mount is one that you simply install on your wall and remain still. These are easy enough to install and requires simply a few screws in the right places, but they do not provide you with any flexibility in your viewing. If you have a large enough TV, it's better to stick with this style as some of the moving mounts are unable to support extremely heavy televisions; when it comes to these TVs, you don't want to take any risks.

The fixed form of wall mount is rather restrictive in its positioning and it then limits the positions that you can view the televising from; so in a situation such as the kitchen where you may want to follow a recipe while at the stove and then adjust the TV so you can watch the news at the dinner table an articulating wall mount or even a ceiling mount is the best solution.

If have a TV around 23 inches or smaller, then the swivel mount is absolutely perfect for you. The swivel style plasma TV mount is amazing for those who move around a lot while watching TV. When you switch chairs in your living room, you can simply adjust your TV so that it is easier to view. If you have a television that is between 23 inches and 28 inches, then you should get the other type of adjustable wall mount. It's not quite a swivel, but it allows for limited mobility of slightly larger televisions.

 When shopping for plasma TV mounts, make sure you check what size television they are best suited to hold. Not only that, but compare prices, weight limits, and the difficulty of installation if you want to have the perfect wall mount for you.

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