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mali 668 724 August 3, 2015 at 10:14 AM More Newegg Deals
I need to purchase a TV mount for a 42", 47", and 70".

Which TV bracket should I get?


ProHT
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product


FINO
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product

If you know of a better one, please let me know. I would prefer not to spend more than $25 on each one.

Thanks for the help.

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I assume either of those will be fine. A cheap TV mount works just fine. I have used Cheetah mounts many many times and never had a single issue. The installation is incredibly easy.

They all could very well be made by the same factory under different names -- either way it doesn't matter. Just order and be done.
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I assume either of those will be fine. A cheap TV mount works just fine. I have used Cheetah mounts many many times and never had a single issue. The installation is incredibly easy.

They all could very well be made by the same factory under different names -- either way it doesn't matter. Just order and be done.

Thanks. Is there something that the more expensive ones offer that I would actually need?
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Thanks. Is there something that the more expensive ones offer that I would actually need?
These are flat wallmounts meaning they don't have arms that move around. If you just want a TV mounted flat against a wall these will certainly do the trick. There isn't any real extra feature you could want.

Some of these have pull tabs instead of screw locks on the bottom. It doesn't make a flip of difference to me which it is -- both are very easy to work with and once you put a TV on the wall, how often do you plan on taking it off? The last Cheetah mount I ordered (put it up this last week) had pull tabs instead of the standard screw locks on the bottom of the mount. I don't care either way so it wasn't really a positive or negative.
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These are flat wallmounts meaning they don't have arms that move around. If you just want a TV mounted flat against a wall these will certainly do the trick. There isn't any real extra feature you could want.

Some of these have pull tabs instead of screw locks on the bottom. It doesn't make a flip of difference to me which it is -- both are very easy to work with and once you put a TV on the wall, how often do you plan on taking it off? The last Cheetah mount I ordered (put it up this last week) had pull tabs instead of the standard screw locks on the bottom of the mount. I don't care either way so it wasn't really a positive or negative.

Got it. Thank you. With so many options, it can be very confusing. Appreciate your help.
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Got it. Thank you. With so many options, it can be very confusing. Appreciate your help.
You bet. If you just want a TV flat on the wall, these cheap mounts are for you and they work great!
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I have always had good luck with the monoprice mounts. What you linked to look really basic so not sure brand matters much. Amazon is another good place especially if you have prime. Biggest thing is to secure they well to the wall. Find studs and if not I have had good luck with SnapToggle http://www.toggler.com/products/s...erview.php
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I have always had good luck with the monoprice mounts. What you linked to look really basic so not sure brand matters much. Amazon is another good place especially if you have prime. Biggest thing is to secure they well to the wall. Find studs and if not I have had good luck with SnapToggle http://www.toggler.com/products/s...erview.php
Thank you. I did check Amazon and there are so many different ones that it was overwhelming. Sounds like they are pretty much all the same but the installation is what is most important. Thanks for the tip.
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monoprice was cheap

make sure its tilt mount


amazon basics has some
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i've purchased from monoprice, but the latest wall mount i installed for gf was an issue w/ being too close to wall. this created bending of cables, which will eventually F up. They have L-shaped HDMI cables, but I haven't seen it for anything else. something to consider since you're looking
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