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Promoted 07-29-2016 by brisar at 03:10 AM View Original Post
Monoprice.com has Monoprice Stable Series Vesa Tilting Wall Mount for Large 37-70" HDTV's w/ Built in Level (Max 165-lbs) on sale for $14.99 - 15% w/ promo code SCORCHER = $12.74. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

Monoprice.com also has Titan Series Tilt Wall Mount for Extra Large 32-70" HDTVs (Max 165-lbs) on sale for $19.99 - 15% w/ promo code SCORCHER = $16.99. Shipping is free.

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Both of these TV Wall Mounts are UL Certifiied [Info about UL Certification]. - brisar

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Edited July 31, 2016 at 12:29 AM by Discombobulated
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#3
this seems better than the Rakuten deal which is going on FP. this one has a central column which i think adds more strength. first time buyer of wallmount and not an expert.
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Do you have to go by the screen size limits, or can you go by the weight limit? I'm looking for a 75" tv.
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I have the stable series mount from the last deal, and I think it's great. I middle mounted it on a stud and drywall anchored the ends, and it's holding a 46 lb 42" just fine. Built in level is a nice touch!
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scorcher coupon code was working but then stopped working once i tried checking out.
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Quote from benedict View Post :
scorcher coupon code was working but then stopped working once i tried checking out.
It failed at the end of checkout for me too.

I used live chat and the girl had me place order at $14.99 then she entered the code from her end to make it $12.74. Put the refund on my card.

Quick and easy
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Last edited by BigHardDrive July 28, 2016 at 11:38 AM
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how will these mount work with curved tva
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In for one. The promo code and free shippping worked for me!
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I bought one. Thx OP.
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Any opinions on Stable vs Titan? for a 50" if it matters. Edit: Only difference in specs I see is 15° vs 10° downward tilt, in Titan's favor. Same weight rating, is the Titan built more solidly, easier to install/adjust etc?
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Last edited by thejamie July 29, 2016 at 03:29 AM
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This mount is totally functional and there is no reason to spend more to hang a television safely.

I put mine up last week. My condo is a little crooked, just like most homes, so don't assume that you will be relying on the tiny built in level... use a real level and measure from your floor and ceiling to compensate, especially if you or anyone in your home is OCD about those kinds of things.

We don't need any violence.
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Do you have to go by the screen size limits, or can you go by the weight limit? I'm looking for a 75" tv.
Weight and vesa mount size are all that matter. Weight includes weight of mount itself. Titan has a larger min and max vesa size, so check your TV's manual or measure it.
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I got it last time for the same price, great deal. I didn't use the built in leveler. Was easily able to use 4 screws into wall studs so the back is solidly hanging. The tv these days are so light I have no worries.

Even if the base isn't level absolutely straight, you can adjust the vertical bars which screw onto the tv's back a little up and down to get the tv perfectly level.
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Guys.. Quick question, what's the best way to hang one of these if I have metal studs?

I'm not 100% sure I have metal and will need to drill a test hole to figure it out.

I'll be hanging a Vizio M55.

Do people use just drywall anchors if not going into studs or is this a no no?
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