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TV Wall Mount for most 32"-42" TVs ( And some 50"-55" ) up to 88 lb. - Full Motion Swivel Articulating 20-in Extension Arm $14.99 Shipped Free With Prime @ WOOT

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The VideoSecu articulating mount is a mounting solution for 32"- 42" - and some models up 50"-55" manufactured in the last 3 years - that weigh less than 88 lbs.

Heavy gauge steel construction provides safety loading up to 88lbs display.
The high-tech look mount offers 15 degrees forward and 5 degrees backward tilt, 180 degrees of swivel and extension up to 20 inch for viewing angle and TV placement adjustment.
The removable VESA plate can be taken off for easy installation.
This TV mount fits these VESA sizes:

200x200mm (8"x8")
200x100 (8"x4")
100x100 (4"x4")
In addition, the wall mount comes with 4 removable mount adapters that extend it to fit these VESA sizes:

400x400 (16"x16")
400x300 (16"x12")
400x200 (16"x8")
300x300 (12"x12")
300x200 (12"x8").


Will the mount fit my TV?

Check the weight of your display, it must be less than 88 lbs.
If your Monitor or TV has 4 mounting holes on the back of the screen that are match one of the measurements given above, this bracket will fit. In addition,
Check the area inside the 4 mounting holes to make sure there are not any plugs. Otherwise, the plate may block the plugs.
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Literally just bought this wall mount from Amazon for $21.99 on last weekend. Even at that price it's a really great mount, had no issues with it mounting a 55" Samsung MU7000 to the wall in our bedroom. It comes with the standard type bracket screws, so it will not cover literally every tv. For instance my tv required M8x45mm (curved), this came as big as M8x35mm, so I had to go out and buy M8x45mm screws, not uncommon though with any tv mount (cant cover every screw base). Just be aware you might have to by tv mounting plate screws if the ones i nthe kit dont cover your set (just a simple/cheap home depot trip).
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Also I'd like to say just ignore the "up to screen size" stuff, not sure why they put that in there on tv mounts, all that matters is VESA mounting and weight limit. This thing can hold up to 88 pounds which is pretty much any 65/70" tv and even a handful of 75" tvs and 400x400 VESA which covers most 65" as well. Even some 75" dont go over 400x400.
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Also I'd like to say just ignore the "up to screen size" stuff, not sure why they put that in there on tv mounts, all that matters is VESA mounting and weight limit. This thing can hold up to 88 pounds which is pretty much any 65/70" tv and even a handful of 75" tvs and 400x400 VESA which covers most 65" as well. Even some 75" dont go over 400x400.
they may put the "up to" screen size limitations because hanging a 75" tv on a fully extended swing arm may be too much for one stud in a wall to handle.

for some reason, im thinking 88lbs at a centerpoint fully extended is more stable than 88lbs over the surface area of a 75" tv fully extended. or I could be completely wrong.
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they may put the "up to" screen size limitations because hanging a 75" tv on a fully extended swing arm may be too much for one stud in a wall to handle.

for some reason, im thinking 88lbs at a centerpoint fully extended is more stable than 88lbs over the surface area of a 75" tv fully extended. or I could be completely wrong.
All that matters is weight limit, doesnt matter if it's a 80lb 55" tv or 80lb 75" tv. It can support up to 88 pounds, three very long screws hold the mount to the wall at the stud, it's really dang sturdy, i could really yank on it when i put it up and it wouldn't budge.
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Literally just bought this wall mount from Amazon for $21.99 on last weekend. Even at that price it's a really great mount, had no issues with it mounting a 55" Samsung MU7000 to the wall in our bedroom. It comes with the standard type bracket screws, so it will not cover literally every tv. For instance my tv required M8x45mm (curved), this came as big as M8x35mm, so I had to go out and buy M8x45mm screws, not uncommon though with any tv mount (cant cover every screw base). Just be aware you might have to by tv mounting plate screws if the ones i nthe kit dont cover your set (just a simple/cheap home depot trip).
Seems to be a Samsung thing... They're the only ones I've mounted with different screws
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Would this fit my XBR55X900E? I know different TV models have different mounting holes and stuff so wanna be sure
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Would this fit my XBR55X900E? I know different TV models have different mounting holes and stuff so wanna be sure
https://docs.sony.com/release//sp...E_mksp.pdf

Page 3 Shows 300x300.
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they may put the "up to" screen size limitations because hanging a 75" tv on a fully extended swing arm may be too much for one stud in a wall to handle.

for some reason, im thinking 88lbs at a centerpoint fully extended is more stable than 88lbs over the surface area of a 75" tv fully extended. or I could be completely wrong.
I'm not an engineer, but I could see this. It's probably not just the weight but the leverage too.

On a different note, I've been wanting to get a mount like this but my TV has the power plug diagonally in line with the VESA mounting so the "X" shaped brackets won't work for me as they would interfere with the plug. It seems like all of the more articulating brackets are like this.
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In for one. Need to mount a 42" soon.
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First time I tried to purchase, it said it was all sold out. I refreshed and it wasn't anymore. Just FYI for anyone who might have the same issue.
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Is there a way to make it free shipping without prime? I ve got some stuffs in Amazon cart, could combine there to make it free but looks like it is only via woot, not Amazon
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I have 4 of these in my house for all my screens. Makes it easy to move things around if we sell an Old TV or upgrade to a new one. Just take it off the wall and put it on the new one
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they may put the "up to" screen size limitations because hanging a 75" tv on a fully extended swing arm may be too much for one stud in a wall to handle.

for some reason, im thinking 88lbs at a centerpoint fully extended is more stable than 88lbs over the surface area of a 75" tv fully extended. or I could be completely wrong.
ponyboy10I'm not an engineer, but I could see this. It's probably not just the weight but the leverage too.

On a different note, I've been wanting to get a mount like this but my TV has the power plug diagonally in line with the VESA mounting so the "X" shaped brackets won't work for me as they would interfere with the plug. It seems like all of the more articulating brackets are like this.
​The size doesn't matter as the weight of the TV is transferred through that VESA connection. Imagine holding your arm out three feet and holding a 5lb ball weight and a 5 lb weight that is twice as large as the original ball. Ignoring grip, its going to feel the same on the hand.

There are things that affect this but they're minor. Thickness of tv. Whether a mountain wind is rushing through your bedroom. Whether your dog is attacking the tv. ETC
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​The size doesn't matter as the weight of the TV is transferred through that VESA connection. Imagine holding your arm out three feet and holding a 5lb ball weight and a 5 lb weight that is twice as large as the original ball. Ignoring grip, its going to feel the same on the hand.

There are things that affect this but they're minor. Thickness of tv. Whether a mountain wind is rushing through your bedroom. Whether your dog is attacking the tv. ETC
A ball is easy since its mass and center of gravity is contained evenly and in a small space. What if you waved a 42" TV and a 70" TV at the end of your arm? If you held them upright, they would be the same, though you may need to be more precise on the center of the larger screen. If you started tilting them in different directions, I am not so sure you could hold them the same since their weight would move differently and the center of gravity on the bigger one would definitely start pulling you off your feet faster as the top fell away from you.
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