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Rosewill 17" - 55" LCD LED TV Wall Mount w/ 6' HDMI Cable EXPIRED

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NeweggFlash.com has Rosewill 17" - 55" LCD LED TV Wall Mount w/ 6' HDMI Cable (RHTB-17002) on sale for $19.99 - $5 w/ promo code 71107BNS028 = $14.99. Shipping is free. Thanks ResidentPony
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Per the description: This supports TV from 17" to 55" in size, weighing up to 77lbs., and features a 400 x 400 maximum VESA mounting pattern. 

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Rosewill TV Mount - Holds 17" to 55", max weight 77 pounds. Extends to 20", retracts to 1.5". Tilt +5 degree/- 15 degree, Swivel +/-180 degree.

Neweggflash Deal has it for $20. [newegg.com]

Coupon code 71107BNS028 knocks off five bucks during checkout from 'flash. (Code is from regular Newegg.)

Final cost $15. Includes a six foot HDMI cable but if you're on SD you probably have one already.

Other features I think are special - looks like the wall part is vertical, screws into one stud. Very helpful to me at least, my walls are missing studs.

And that Polaroid TV is listed as 33 pounds btw.

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Last Edited by ResidentPony November 8, 2017 at 05:14 PM
This is a VESA mount. Most new TVs are VESA-compliant.

The back of the television will have a VESA pattern. It's expressed as two numbers, eg 200 x 200. That's the distance in millimeters between the four screws. 200 x 200 makes a square 200 mm wide and tall, with a screw at each corner.

The manual (here, it's a PDF [rosewill.com]) shows configurations for 300 x 300, 400 x 400, 400 x 200, 300 x 200, 400 x 300.

Newegg lists it as "VESA Compatible
75x75,100x100,200x100,200x200,300x200,400x200,300x300,400x300,400x400." Newegg is probably more correct; the manual is showing configuration for odder VESA patterns, 200x200 is bog standard.

The popular Polaroid TV (manual here, PDF [sears.com]) has a 200x200 VESA pattern.

The TCL 55S403 from BJ's is also 200x200.

The TCL 55S404 from Best Buy etc is also 200x200.

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Hah, that Polaroid tv will be mounted here too. Thanks +1
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nvm works now, im assuming this should work with tcl too?
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nvm works now, im assuming this should work with tcl too?
It doesn't matter the brand it matters the vesa mount standard. Look in the manual to see the vesa mount sizes supported.
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Bought 1 for the Polaroid TV, I hope UPS doesn't smash it like they usually do.
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Your walls are missing studs?

Hmm.
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Good find! Ordered 2, coupon gave $10 off.
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Other features I think are special - looks like the wall part is vertical, screws into one stud. Very helpful to me at least, my walls are missing studs.

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So you put the whole weight of TV on one stud? Hm... Anyone has personal experience with this kind of setup?
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So you put the whole weight of TV on one stud? Hm... Anyone has personal experience with this kind of setup?
Worry not about the stud! The stud can handle that weight. What you need to worry about is the hardware you use to fasten it to the stud. Go to your local hardware store and get yourself a couple of decent screws.
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Lag bolts into the studs. Pre drill the holes. Wood is incredibly strong and can hold a crazy amount of weight.
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Great deal. So tempting but I need a mount that fits 65 inch tv. Any good deals of late?
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I have this with an older 42 inch flat panel on the heavier side and it is outstanding especially at this price. The only complaint and it really isn't is that the 2 arm bracket covers are cheap but they do get the job done. The bolt kit with mine was more than enough to hold it in the studs. Lots of screw options. I was pretty amazed at how strong it is. Could definitely hold up to 77 lbs mounted in a stud.
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I once owned a 42" plasma that might have been over the weight limit for this. I doubt that any 55" or less TV today comes close to that, so one wall stud is more than adequate.
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