TV Wall Mounts

Independent Reviews Of The Top Selling Mounts

Want to mount your big screen TV on the wall? We've reviewed all the top selling TV Wall Mounts from the major manufacturers. Just click on a link for more in-depth details.
Sanus VMPL50B TV Wall Mount

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Sanus VMPL50B TV Wall Mount

The Sanus VMPL50B TV wall mount offers high quality construction and attractive styling that is both easy on the eye and the wallet....more

Cheetah APDAM2B TV Wall Mount
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Cheetah APDAM2B TV Wall Mount

The Cheetah APDAM2B articulating wall mount features over 21" of dual arm cantilevered extension, a slim 4.25" profile, and can tilt +/-15 degrees....more

Sanus VMPL3-B TV Wall Mount
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Sanus VMPL3-B TV Wall Mount

For the ultimate in flexibility and adaptability the Sanus VMPL3 is a jack of all trades that can handle even the biggest flat panel TV....more

Peerless PF640 TV Wall Mount

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Peerless PF640 TV Wall Mount

Slim is in, and the super-skinny 1.18" profile of the Peerless PF640 is poised to wow....more

Sanus MT25 TV Wall Mount
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Sanus MT25 TV Wall Mount

The Sanus MT25 tilting TV wall mount offers a sleek, high-tech look combined with strength and durability in a compact low profile design that is a snap to install. ...more

Sanus VMAA26B TV Wall Mount
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Sanus VMAA26B TV Wall Mount

The Sanus VMAA26B will clearly appeal to the home entertainment enthusiast. Professional engineering make this TV wall mount a stand out from the crowd....more

Samsung WMN1000B Low-Profile Wall Mount

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Samsung WMN1000B Low-Profile Wall Mount

The engineers at Sumsung have gone back to the drawing board and completely re-thought the TV wall mount....more

VideoSecu MP27B TV Wall Mount

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VideoSecu MP27B TV Wall Mount

The VideoSecu MP27B offers an uncluttered single arm design with a full 180° swing and +/-15° tilt coupled with a generous 27" extension....more

Cheetah APSAMB TV Wall Mount
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Cheetah APSAMB TV Wall Mount

The Cheetah APSAMB TV wall mount weighs in at a hefty 27lbs of solid steel and has a load rating of 165lbs. But is a single arm design strong enough?...more

AVF EL404B TV Wal Mount

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AVF EL404B TV Wal Mount

The EL404B TV wall mount is part of AVF's 'eco-mount' product line that bills itself as the first carbon neutral mount system. Sounds great, but can it hold a TV straight?...more



TV Wall Mounts - The Basics

If you've recently bought a flat screen TV, or are planning to get one in the near future, you are probably wondering how to get the most out of your investment. After deciding on the make and model the next big decision you have to make is the TV's location. In other words, where and how are you going to install it.

Unlike conventional TVs of the past, LCD and plasma flat screen TVs require careful positioning in order to experience the full visual power of these technologies. One of the most popular installation options is to use a TV wall mount.

TV wall mounts come in a bewildering array of different designs and models, ranging from the very simple to the complicated. There are flat screen TV wall mounts, wall mount TV stands and even motorized wall mounts. To help in choosing the right mount for your needs it is best to start with the different types:

  • Fixed

    In a fixed tv wall mount the TV is locked in a vertical position, parallel with the wall. If the viewing position tends to be perpendicular to the screen, the fixed mount works well. Unlike some of the more advanced models it also has the advantage of keeping the TV close to the wall for a sleek, low profile, look. The fixed mount is typically the simplest mount available and the least expensive.

  • Tilt

    In some situations it is advantageous to be able to angle the TV screen up or down a few degrees. This is known as tilt. For example, if the TV must be placed high up on a wall, the tilt feature will allow the screen to be positioned slightly downward so as to face the viewer. The tilt mount is a good choice for a bedroom environment where the viewer is usually looking up at the screen.

  • Articulated

    Articulating TV wall mounts offer the maximum flexibility in screen positioning. Depending on the model this can include movements in multiple axis, including extension, swing, swivel, tilt and rotation. Articulating mounts are ideal in situations where you have to allow for a wide range of viewing angles. If you want to be ready for anything the articulated tv mount is the best choice.

Pricing

Be wary of buying a wall mount in a retail store. For some reason retailers seem to think that if you can afford a flat panel TV, you can afford to overpay for the mount. Unless you need some advanced features you should be able to get a perfectly good TV wall mount for no more than $150, and frequently a lot less. Anything over that for a basic mount is unlikely to be good value. A better option is to shop online for the best deals or simply take your business elsewhere.