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Suited for TV's from 40" to 63" that weight up to 70.5lbs.

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I just bought this last week and love it. The max weight is 70 lbs and it's balanced to the tv. It comes with a large allen wrench that you use to turn the screw to the weight of your TV. Mine is 46.5 lbs so I turned it to that and when I lift the TV, I can set it at different heights and the TV will stay in place and not drop down. Amazon does sell a mount from Monoprice that supports more weight and bigger TV's.
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That is the whole point of this post for this mount. So those that don't have an option like me and must mount it above the fireplace, can lower it eye level and not get the neck strain.
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Anyone have this? I've been looking at the mantelmount for about a year now, just was waiting until I got a new tv and put it all up there together. Now I have an $89 solution, I might pull the trigger.

Problem is my plasma still looks amazing and weighs a TON.....76.1 pounds. A bit over the weight limit. Any thoughts on if this would hold from current owners???

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Can you mount this on studs? If so can you still tilt it? Been reading info fireplace mounts and that tends to be a subject that comes up, that tilt becomes less when it's down? Or something
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Anyone have this? I've been looking at the mantelmount for about a year now, just was waiting until I got a new tv and put it all up there together. Now I have an $89 solution, I might pull the trigger.

Problem is my plasma still looks amazing and weighs a TON.....76.1 pounds. A bit over the weight limit. Any thoughts on if this would hold from current owners???

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I just bought this last week and love it. The max weight is 70 lbs and it's balanced to the tv. It comes with a large allen wrench that you use to turn the screw to the weight of your TV. Mine is 46.5 lbs so I turned it to that and when I lift the TV, I can set it at different heights and the TV will stay in place and not drop down. Amazon does sell a mount from Monoprice that supports more weight and bigger TV's.
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Anyone have this? I've been looking at the mantelmount for about a year now, just was waiting until I got a new tv and put it all up there together. Now I have an $89 solution, I might pull the trigger.

Problem is my plasma still looks amazing and weighs a TON.....76.1 pounds. A bit over the weight limit. Any thoughts on if this would hold from current owners???

TIA
I've installed a few of these, when you get higher up on the weight the pneumatic arm doesn't do a good job of gently lowering the tv when you extend so you have to be really careful when you lower it. It also seems to put a lot of pressure I was never comfortable with. Not worth the risk imho. Get a new TV and stick within the manufacturer recommendation for weight.
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Can you mount this on studs? If so can you still tilt it? Been reading info fireplace mounts and that tends to be a subject that comes up, that tilt becomes less when it's down? Or something
I have it mounted in studs. There is no reason it can't be as it has holes just like any mount. Whether you have wood studs above your chimney, that's up to your house. You can raise the TV up and down and turn it about 20 degrees left to right.
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I have it mounted in studs. There is no reason it can't be as it has holes just like any mount. Whether you have wood studs above your chimney, that's up to your house. You can raise the TV up and down and turn it about 20 degrees left to right.
Ok good to know, I don't have a fireplace but "fireplace" mounts is the term that always comes up when I search for Height Adjustable Tv mounts.

Wait, this mount doesn't sway left/right does it hmm.. Is there such a mount that swings up/down/left/right with tilt up/down/left/right
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Damn, now I feel like I have been raped for paying $400 2 years ago for the MantelMount which has worked flawless since installed.
Don't!!!! I bought this monoprice mount for my 75" sony 900e. It always felt a bit too underpowered for it (it actually might be - even if the tv was under its weight limit). The handle by which you grab the TV was too short so I had to improvise. But doing that broke the nuts that supported the handle.

In the end, I ended up returning the mount and buying a MantleMount for $230. Well worth the money. The action is smoother, and I was able to mount a fairly heavy centers speaker to the MantleMount's handles for a seamless look.

I think if you have a 65" TV lightweight, this mount might be a good option. But anything bigger, go MantleMount.
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I have one brought it 2yrs ago. Personally I think it's not worth to get. It's fairly simple to pull the tv down but raising the tv back up is almost impossible, you will need 2 hands with lots of force to push it back.
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Anyone have this? I've been looking at the mantelmount for about a year now, just was waiting until I got a new tv and put it all up there together. Now I have an $89 solution, I might pull the trigger.

Problem is my plasma still looks amazing and weighs a TON.....76.1 pounds. A bit over the weight limit. Any thoughts on if this would hold from current owners???

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This post made me look mine up. 83.8lbs... I'd been considering one of these (sort of - my current setup isn't bad) but obviously this one won't work for me. They do have a few that go up to 200lbs, but you'll be spending almost double this price.

And I'm not replacing my plasma until it dies. (Or 65" OLEDs drop below $800, so probably the former.)
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Don't place your TV above a fireplace unless you want to get a pain in the neck from raising it to watch it. It should be mounted at approximately eye level, depending on where you are sitting in the room. Also it should be slightly tilted down, not flat against the wall.
That is the whole point of this post for this mount. So those that don't have an option like me and must mount it above the fireplace, can lower it eye level and not get the neck strain.
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Don't place your TV above a fireplace unless you want to get a pain in the neck from raising it to watch it. It should be mounted at approximately eye level, depending on where you are sitting in the room. Also it should be slightly tilted down, not flat against the wall.
I've had my TV about 5ft(bottom of TV) off the floor for years. Little kids can't get to it, & they can play on the floor, & be out of the way, while you are watching it. Of course, if you have a very small living room, it would make a difference.
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Anyone have this? I've been looking at the mantelmount for about a year now, just was waiting until I got a new tv and put it all up there together. Now I have an $89 solution, I might pull the trigger.

Problem is my plasma still looks amazing and weighs a TON.....76.1 pounds. A bit over the weight limit. Any thoughts on if this would hold from current owners???

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This one was on sale last year for under $50 on Amazon. If you're over 70lbs.... and you're planning on hanging this over a fireplace, I wouldn't risk it. For that much weight you would need a few studs going from floor to ceiling. They're not as strong above most fireplaces. I actually had to get a new TV because i was nervous with my 60lb one mounted over the fireplace. It sounded like it was going to rip out the screws (might have been just me). But if you're just hanging it on the regular wall, into full studs then it should be good. This thing doesn't feel cheap. Heavy parts. Should be no problem as long as it's mounted well.
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