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Arrowmounts Universal Flat Wall Mount for 23" - 37" LED/ LCD Televisions AM-F3720B
Mount your 23-inch to 37-inch flat screen TV close to the wall with this mount from Arrowmounts. This mount is compatible with all hole patterns, including VESA standard and features a heavy-gauge steel construction.
ITEM#: 13441231Mount your 23" to 37" flat screen TV close to the wall with this mount from Arrowmounts. This mount is compatible with all hole patterns, including VESA standard and features a heavy-gauge steel construction.
- Solid heavy-gauge steel construction with durable powdercoated finish
- Low profile and installs only 25mm from wall
- Lift-and-hook design makes installation fast and easy
- Compatible with all hole patterns including VESA standard
- Screen size: 23" - 37"
- Features a built-in security locking mechanism to prevent theft
- Maximum horizontal TV mounting hole pattern: 11.9"
- Maximum vertical TV mounting hole pattern: 12.1"
- Fully assembled for easy installation
- Max Load: 80 pounds
- Built-in bubble leveler
- Adjusts laterally even after installation
- Includes installation guide and hardware kit
- Dimensions: 14" long x 13" high x 1" deep
- Model: AM-F3720B
- Color: Black
|Cabinet, Stand or Bracket Type||Wall Mount|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Manufacturer warranty: 5 years|
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These are good little tv wall mounts. They are easy to install and the work well for the price.Read More
no issues at all mounting and installing the TV on this mount. I did notice the instructions said to mount onto at least two wall studs, however it is only 12 inches long, and the studs in my wall are 16 inches apart, so i just used the wall anchors.Read More
This is a lightweight, adequate wall mount. You will need your own level as the level in the mount itself is off quite a bit. When you try to install the slide bar into the bottom brackets to prevent the TV from being accidentally knocked off the mount, you will find it difficult if you install a 37" TV like I did. There is not enough room for your hand to hold the bar and reach behind the TV to push it through to the second upright. The instructions say you can install a lock into this bar for security, but for the life of me I don't know how you would complete that maneuver. This wall mount is best suited for smaller TVs.Read More
Easy to put on the wall and easy to put the tv on it. Holds up the tv just wonderful. Great product.Read More
Very easy to put together. Just perfect especially fir the price.Read More
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How to Choose a TV Wall Mount
One of the great things about high-definition television sets is that they are flat enough to mount easily on a wall. This can save a lot of space in your living room or bedroom that formerly would have been taken up by a giant tube television. It is important to note that not every television mount will be of the same quality. There are a number of things you need to consider before purchasing a TV wall mount.
Top 5 TV Mount Types
A great way to open up space in your home theater room or living room is to get rid of that bulky entertainment center and fix your flat panel TV to the wall with a television mount. TV mounts are great because they remove the need for a TV cabinet while anchoring your TV securely to the wall. If you're thinking about mounting your TV, consider the position and functionality you want your TV to have. Thinking about TV position can help you decide what type of TV wall mount you need. Here are the top five TV mounts you may want to use.
How to Wall Mount a Flat Panel TV
Mount your flat panel TV on a wall to save space and free up space taken by a TV stand. Flat panel TVs can be fitted flat against a wall or mounted so that you can adjust the angle of the television. Installing a wall mount is generally not difficult and can typically be done in about 30 minutes. Here are a few steps to help you install your own television mount.
TV Wall Mounts Buying Guide
The placement of your TV creates a focus for your home theater and can affect your choice of furniture for the room. Television mounts are designed specifically to hold the weight of LCD or plasma TVs in fixed or adjustable positions. This TV wall mounts buying guide will help illustrate the options you have for mounting flat-panel televisions for an optimal viewing experience.
LCD TVs vs Plasma TVs
Flat-screen TVs seem to be everywhere. For you, the choice may seem like a toss-up between plasma TVs and LCD TVs. These competing technologies each have advantages, so it's important to consider your specific needs before purchasing a flat-screen TV. If you are highly knowledgeable, you may want to consider the more technical specifications of LCD and plasma TVs. This is a fast-moving technology, so the advantages of each technology may soon even out with one another. Until then, here are some facts that may help you with the choice between plasma and LCD TV technology. Price differences. While price is important, it doesn't tell the whole story when comparing LCD and plasma. In the past, plasma TVs were slightly less expensive than LCD TVs of the same size, and the price differential became greater as the size of the television increased. The gap in price has narrowed between flat-screen technologies, though. Price is probably the least important factor, especially since you can find good deals on both plasma TVs and LCD TVs. Use. How you use your TV matters. Plasma TV screens are prone to "burn-in," a problem in which still or static images can be more or less permanently imprinted on the screen. This is of particular concern if you play video games, which tend to display static images for long periods of time in the same location on the screen. Fortunately, newer plasma TVs are less vulnerable to burn-in. If you plan to use your flat-screen TV for video games or other static images, LCD TVs may be a better choice. Environmental considerations. LCD TVs use an average of one-third to one-half as much energy as a plasma TV of the same size. The difference comes from the different lighting technologies. If you are concerned about your energy consumption, LCD is a greener choice. As technology improves, plasma TVs may improve their energy consumption. Lifespan. When early models of LCD TVs and plasma TVs were compared, LCD had the longer lifespan. But plasma technology has improved, and plasmas now boast a lifespan equal to LCDs. Most flat-screen TVs claim around a 60,000-hour lifespan. Depending on your usage, this means your flat-screen TV should last 20 years or more. The only parts of an LCD TV that wear out are the bulbs that illuminate the LCD screen. On a plasma TV, the bulbs will also go out before the screen does. Size and weight. LCD TVs are typically much lighter and less bulky than plasma TVs of the same size. Plasma TVs use glass for their screens, which is heavier and more fragile than the plastic used for LCD TVs. When mounting a large flat-screen TV on a wall, use a flat-screen TV mount and be sure that the wall can support your TV's weight. Picture. Both LCD TVs and plasma TVs produce amazing high-definition picture quality. Plasma TVs typically display blacks more clearly and show crisper detail during fast-moving programming, like sporting events. LCD TV technology is catching up, though, and LCD TVS usually offer greater native screen resolution than plasma TVs. This means more pixels per square inch, for a sharper overall picture. LCD TVs can lose picture quality when viewed at an angle. Some models do better than others on this, so be sure to do your research on any LCD TV's viewing angles. View All Televisions Back to Guides Directory View All Televisions
Where to Use a TV Mount to Hang Your HDTV
When you're setting up an entertainment room, your TV will be the focal point. Where and how you decide to mount your HDTV will affect the placement of your furniture and the quality of your viewing experience. The variety of TV mounts allows you to choose just about anywhere in your home as the location for your TV. Here are some places to use a television mount to secure your HDTV.
FAQs about TV Settings
You can start enjoying your new television with minimal setup, right out of the box. And you'll probably get a great picture, too. But your TV may not be optimized for the various video sources you're using. That's why it can be good to play around with your TV settings to find the best picture. It really is easy to tweak your TV. Here are some answers to some questions you may have.
Tips on Choosing Discount Plasma TV Stands
When it comes to a new entertainment center, you can save a bundle by shopping for discount plasma TV stands. When you're shopping on a budget or just want to save a few extra bucks, you can often find discount plasma TV stands with the same quality as TV consoles that aren't on sale. Whether you are looking for flat-screen TV wall mounts, a swivel TV stand, a TV armoire or any type of television stand, you can find cheap TV stands for your big screen TV without sacrificing style. When you are looking for discount plasma TV stands, here are a few tips to finding one that will be perfect for your home.
Tips on Decorating your TV Armoire
Once you have your new TV armoire set up, you'll be ready to make it a fixture in your home. A TV armoire is a great way to not only display your television, but also other decorations and household items. Whether your TV armoire comes with shelves or you just want to place a few items on the top surface, don't let it go undecorated. Here are a few ideas on what you can use to make your TV console the center of attention even when the television is turned off.
Best TV Stand for Your Flat-screen TV
You've upgraded to a new flat screen TV, but now, you're not sure which TV stand you want to put it on. You want to be true to your decorating style, but you need to consider function, too. If you follow these tips, you can find the best TV stand for your flat screen TV and balance your personal aesthetic with your lifestyle.
LCD TV Buying Guide
Your TV is the center of your home entertainment system. Among televisions, flat-panel TVs are rising in popularity every year. LCD TVs have proven to be affordable entertainment displays with attractive picture quality. This LCD TV buying guide will help you decide how to buy an LCD TV that works best for your situation.
How to Set up a DTV Converter Box on an Older TV
If you lost your television signal when TV stations converted to the all-digital format, then you probably need a digital converter box, sometimes called an ATSC tuner. Once you have that box, you still need to connect it to your existing television and antenna. With these easy steps, you'll be watching digital TV broadcasting in no time.
Tips for Installing a TV Wall Mount
A great way to enhance the look of your entertainment center is to free your TV from its stand and attach it to the wall with a TV wall mount. You have plenty of television mounts to choose from, depending on how adjustable you want the TV wall mount to be. Once you've chosen the right TV wall mount for you, make sure you do a thorough installation to protect your TV. Here are a few tips to make installing your TV wall mount easy and safe.
How to Decorate a Corner TV Stand
Setting your new corner TV stand up in your living room is the just the beginning. Today's decorating trends are all about multitasking. Some people see it as a waste of potential if you don't use your corner TV stand for something besides holding your TV. Decorating your new entertainment center isn't anything to get stressed about because decorating a corner TV stand is fast and easy. Keep reading for ideas on how to decorate a corner TV stand.
How to Choose an LCD TV Stand
Now that you've upgraded your television, it's time to upgrade to an LCD TV stand. These stylish TV stands are must-haves for LCD television owners, as they are designed specifically to hold flat-screen TVs perfectly. With LCD TV stands, you will be able to give your television the ideal resting place. LCD TV stands are sold in a huge variety of styles, sizes and materials, which can prove complicated for many prospective buyers. If you're in the market for a stand or entertainment center, you're likely to have a lot of questions. Fortunately, you aren't alone, so you have nothing to worry about. Read over this guide to learn how to choose an LCD TV stand that will make a great fit in your home.
Entertainment Center Buying Guide
While your television set may be the focal point of your home entertainment activities, what it sits on -- or in -- says a lot about who you are. Is your TV still sitting atop that beaten up particle board TV stand that you bought at a garage sale 10 years ago? Perhaps it's time to upgrade your living room furniture, starting with a new entertainment center. Home entertainment centers have been around a long time and have evolved quite a bit from the massive wooden cabinets of the 1960s and 1970s. Which entertainment center is right for you will depend on what you want to use it for, the components you want it to store and your personal taste in furniture.
How to Pick a TV Stand
You've got the television of your dreams, but now you need a place to put it. There is a different TV stand to match nearly any type of home decor. From bulky cathode ray televisions to flat panel LCD televisions, there is a TV stand that will make your television's presentation more stunning. Before picking a TV stand, you should take into consideration the many different options available so that you don't end up regretting your decision.
Best Plasma TV Stands for Your House
Let's face it. People spend a good deal of time looking at their plasma TV stands. Considering it is the piece of furniture that displays your most popular home appliance, the TV stand gets a lot of attention, and browsing for new plasma TV stands is an important task. There is no better way to turn any room in your home into the perfect gathering place for family and friends than to place a big screen TV at the head of the room, but you'll need television stands for all the big screen TVs in your home. When you are picking out a flat screen TV stand for any room, you have plenty of options. Here are some ideas on the types of television stands you have to choose from.
TV Stand Buying Guide
Lately, television consoles, stands and storage racks have been exhibiting updated designs, sporting storage for your media essentials in models that are tastefully coordinated to the rest of your living room furniture. Compact TV stands and corner TV stands are convenient in smaller apartments, dorm rooms and offices, but even large homes can benefit from the clean look and discreet presence of a television stand. As more people upgrade to lean flat-panel televisions, they are seeing that the smaller size of a TV stand is all they need. The furniture industry usually reserves the term "entertainment center" for the largest TV furniture, big enough for the television, a cadre of audio or video components and a full CD-DVD collection. TV stands tend to be smaller than full entertainment centers while still having enough shelves for a few components and some media storage. For smaller homes or for smaller rooms in larger homes a stand may be all the TV furniture you need.
How to Set Up Seating for a Home Theater
You've remodeled to increase the acoustics in your recreation room, bought a widescreen TV and set up a state-of-the-art surround-sound system. With all the effort you've put into building your home theater, you don't want to leave the seating arrangement to chance. Whether you're installing theater seats or more traditional living room furniture, you'll want to optimize both viewing and sound quality.
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