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5.0 out of 5 stars High Quality Product, 8 Sept. 2011
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This review is from: Invision Ultra Slim TV Wall Mount Bracket with 20 Inch Cantilever Arm/1.8-Inch Wall Profile Tilt and Swivel for Most 26 - 42 Inch LED LCD Plasma 3D & 4K Screens (HDTV-M) (Electronics)
If you are mounting an LCD television this is the mount you need. I used this bracket to mount a 32 inch TV. The product is top quality and extremely solid. All the adjustment needed is there.

If you want to mount the TV flat on the wall, you can do it with this mount. Obviously it is also designed to swing out from the wall, giving 50cm of extension. The multiple joints mean you can position the TV exactly where you want, great for mounting in a corner as I did. Another advantage of buying this, even if you are mounting the TV flat, is that you can swing it away from the wall to easily connect all the wires.

The way the mounting plate connects to the end of the arm is excellent. Simply fit the mounting plate to the TV then hook it onto the end of the arm then secure with a locking nut. As well as tilt adjustment, there is also adjustment at the end of the arm for rotating the mounting plate so you can level the TV.

All the hardware you need, i.e. wall screws, wall plugs, spanner, and mounting screws etc are included and are high quality.

If you are looking for a TV mount, dont waste any more time. This is what you need!
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Initial post: 14 Oct 2011, 13:32:51 BST
I have a panasonic 37" viera tv and want a swivel and tilt bracket to mount it on the wall. I have been trying to find a picture of the back of a tv with the bracket fitted as I am not sure where they attache. Can you help?
Thanks

Posted on 30 Nov 2011, 12:41:42 GMT
Mr Moo says:
Phil -
In your review you talk about adjustment at the end of the arm for leveling
the TV. Can you be more specific about this, as I could find no Horizontal adjustment at the end of the arm, or anywhere on the bracket

Michael

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Dec 2011, 00:16:39 GMT
Phil says:
Michael,
There is a small amount of adjustment horizontally, and by that i mean movement as if you were to hold your television like a steering wheel and turn it about the center. Adjustment needs to be done with the TV removed from the bracket though. So remove the tv, then look at the end attachment point. The holes through which the screws to fix the end attachment point go through are elongated. Slacken these off then adjust (turn the end attachment point). Tighten up then reattach the TV. The adjustment is to allow for minor errors in the installation of the bracket being slightly off vertical.

Leane,
You need to find out the dimensions of your VESA mounting holes and the screw size. Basically on the back of the TV will be four threaded holes to take the screws. You simply fit the a bracket back plate to the TV using these holes. When the bracket is on the wall, the back plate allows you to simply hook the tv to the bracket then secure with a couple of nuts.

Hope this helps.
Phil

Posted on 1 Oct 2012, 15:25:42 BST
Silverback says:
Excellent helpfull review. Thanks for taking the time.
Regards
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