TV Wall Mount with Articulating Arm Fits Monitors 32" to 65", Built-in Level - Black

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TV Wall Bracket
  • Articulating Design
  • For 32" to 65" TVs
  • Built-In Mounting Level


TV Stand Extends Over Fifteen Inches and Offers Wide Range of Motion

A TV stand incorporates acrylic snaps to accommodate the wires running from your NEC, LG, or other TV to the wall. This assures that the wires stay concealed, not suspended down making one's own stand appear unkempt. A plasma wall mount, TV stand can maintain a 32" to 70" TV that weighs up to 132 lbs. This TV stand is VESA consistent and our company comes with the needed tools utilized to fasten one's own monitor to the affixing bracket. Nevertheless some TV sets may need specialized screws that can be bought at a neighborhood tools shop.

This TV stand, likewise recognized as a flat panel, flat monitor, or plasma TV holding device, has articulating arms that enable you to position the mount either flush with the wall or moved out for more fully viewing. This LCD TV, wall mount stand, has angling arms that enable you to angle one's own TV downward up to 15°. This TV stand for 32" LED TV monitors likewise comes with a snap on height that permits you to guarantee the monitor is straight. A wall mount TV stand, TV stand has acrylic covers that conceal the wall screws to for a more pleasant exhibit. A TV stand is the ideal plasma TV mount to utilize in a workplace, eatery, bar, or abode.


SKU W2AM3250M3
Overall Width 28.4"
Weight 22.0lbs
Color Black, Chrome
Placement Style Wall Mounted
Orientation Landscape
Monitor Size Range, (inches) 32, 65
VESA Size 200x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400
Bracket Type Tilting, Articulating, Panning
Max Monitor Weight 132.0lbs

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Filename: w2am3250m3.pdf (2.12 MB)


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