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Master Geek


# 70104 18-Oct-2010 23:36
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Can anyone recommend a good cantilever mounting bracket for a 46" TV? I wanted mimimal distance from teh back of the TV to the wall when closed but able to swing 180 deg and tilt. Cheers John

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Uber Geek


  # 393520 19-Oct-2010 10:35
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The best idea would be to go store to store to store, and actually get hands on with the brackets. That'll give you a decent idea of their full motion range... which, with a 46" panel on the back... will be tricky when you're going for full 180 degrees.
Good luck, let us know what you find.



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  # 393606 19-Oct-2010 14:16
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funny guy

 
 
 
 


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  # 393614 19-Oct-2010 14:34
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But seriously - I wasn't trying to be a 'funny guy'.
You need to get a template of your TV and take it with you to stores, put it on the back of brackets and see if it'll turn through 180 degrees... I'd be surprised to find one that can. But hey...

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  # 393616 19-Oct-2010 14:40
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Yeah actually that wasn't meant as a joke.  Where have you looked, what have you seen so far.  What you're asking to do can cost a lot and be a pain to implement nicely.

Don't knock people who actually respond to your questions.

As a start I can contribute that Jaycar do this one:
http://jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=CW2825



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Master Geek


  # 393799 19-Oct-2010 21:38
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Dunnersfella: But seriously - I wasn't trying to be a 'funny guy'.
You need to get a template of your TV and take it with you to stores, put it on the back of brackets and see if it'll turn through 180 degrees... I'd be surprised to find one that can. But hey...


Sorry misread you response. Too much time on TM! Thought you mean TV on MY back!



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Master Geek


  # 393802 19-Oct-2010 21:46
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Yeah actually that wasn't meant as a joke.  Where have you looked, what have you seen so far.  What you're asking to do can cost a lot and be a pain to implement nicely.

Don't knock people who actually respond to your questions.

As a start I can contribute that Jaycar do this one:
http://jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=CW2825


Thanks Jason. That's what I am after. Sorry genuine misread.

I have been vacillating over LEDs and plasmas for some time. Tonight I'm pretty sure I'll go with the Samsung 50" series 7 Plasma. So will check that this bracket can do the business. I have an awkward room layout. Thanks for your help guys

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  # 395072 23-Oct-2010 18:35
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my thanks also, that jaycar one does the trick for a 42 inch on a wall in my lounge that is in an ackward viewing spot.
Thanks

 
 
 
 




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Master Geek


  # 395085 23-Oct-2010 19:22
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my thanks also, that jaycar one does the trick for a 42 inch on a wall in my lounge that is in an ackward viewing spot.
Thanks


I picked up today. Very heavy and looks pretty strong. Did you have any dramas putting it up?

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  # 395090 23-Oct-2010 19:37
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Butj:
my thanks also, that jaycar one does the trick for a 42 inch on a wall in my lounge that is in an ackward viewing spot.
Thanks


I picked up today. Very heavy and looks pretty strong. Did you have any dramas putting it up?

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  # 395091 23-Oct-2010 19:37
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Butj:
my thanks also, that jaycar one does the trick for a 42 inch on a wall in my lounge that is in an ackward viewing spot.
Thanks


I picked up today. Very heavy and looks pretty strong. Did you have any dramas putting it up?


Sorry but I haven't purchased it yet, have to head in tomorrow to grab one and make sure its in stock first :-)

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