Optimize your space with this Kanto Full Motion TV mount, which fits most 37 to 75-inch flat panel TVs. This mount lets your TV sit 2 inches from the wall and extend 21.8 inches. The accessible tilt mechanism and 80-degree swivel provides a maximum viewing angle. Solid steel powder-coated construction ensures durability of this Kanto Full Motion TV mount.
Keep unsightly cables and cords concealed
Built-in wire management makes it easy to achieve a neat, clutter-free TV setup, without visible cable tangles.
From VESA 100mm x 100mm to 600mm x 400mm for a variety of mounting options.
Compatible with most 37" - 75" TVs
Up to 125 lbs. for sturdy support.
Swivels left and right, tilts up to 15° and extends up to 21.8" to enable custom positioning, so you can enjoy a comfortable view.
Solid steel material
Delivers a durable design and provides a sleek appearance that works well with a variety of décor styles.
Kanto Full-Motion TV Wall Mount for Most 37" - 75" TVs - Extends 21.8"
TV Mount Type
VESA Wall Mount Standard
100mm x 100mm, 600mm x 400mm
Full-Motion TV Wall Mount for Most 37" - 75" TVs - Extends 21.8"
My son and I used this mount to hang a 65 inch LG C8 OLED Tv this weekend. We were both very impressed with the high quality steel, well packaged parts, and easy to understand instructions.
I would highly recommend this product to anyone that's looking for the best wall mount at a reasonable price.
I wanted something that I would be able to telescope out of some built in shelving for a tv mount. The recess was too deep for a standard wall mount, and my 55" tv too large to fit the space of a 24". This product worked great. Little carpentry to build a support frame in the cutout space, and this mounted right up. The telescoping feature makes it easy to move the tv to an angle or side for viewing off center, and the cable control built in is a huge bonus. Now I can watch tv comfortably from any angle in the room, and still access the recess behind the tv by swiveling the mount when needed.
I spent time online trying to figure out what was the best wall mount for my 55" Samsung 4K TV. I was stymied, though, so I called Samsung. They recommended on of their mounts, but it didn't do what I wanted, so I chatted with Best Buy.
I had seen this mount, and asked about it by model number. After a minute or so, the agent came back and said it would definitely fit my TV.
I liked that it tilted up and back, turned to either side, and came out from the wall 21 or 22". My concern was that would be easy to attach well to the wall and that it could be assembled easily.
It was delivered to my house in about three days, and two of us had it mounted on the wall with the TV attached in about 30 minutes or so (45 at the max).
I love it! It swivels so I can watch it from the dinner table. It sits well against the wall for viewing in the den. I can adjust it for sitting in different chairs and the sofa, if need be.
I highly recommend this wall mount!
I bought two of these mounts (I liked it that much.), one for a 48" and another for a 58" tv. It was even on sale the second time I purchased it a week later. Once you figure out, which screws (see picture) to use that fit the back of your tv, it's pretty much straight forward from there. I'd say the hardest part of installation is finding the wall studs and pre-drilling the holes into the studs. You must use a level from mounting it to the wall until the very end. The installation instructions, in my opinion, were only helpful for letting you know the tools to use, but other than that you're using "your common sense". The online video was more helpful. Also once you attach the tv to the mount with the 4 last bolts, you'll need to make a few adjustments if the tv is crooked. Definitely a 2 person job. I love the full range of motions- up, down, side to side, and the extension from the wall.
The wall plate on this mount, the PDX650, is only wide enough to accept 16" or 18" stud spacing. If you're looking for an articulating mount that can accept 24" stud spacing go with our PDX680. Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with, thanks,
Your TV has a compatible VESA pattern and is under the weight capacity of our mount, should work well! Keep in touch using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.
The depth of the unit when retracted is 2" so taking into account your TV's thickness you should be well under 6". Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our site if you have any additional questions, thanks.
A:AnswerI've a 65" flatscreen. mounted in the middle of a flat wall. If I angle the screen as far to the left as possible, the angle of the screen to the wall is approximately 40 degrees (parallel to the wall would be 0 degrees). If I angle the screen as far to the right as possible, the angle of the screen relative to the wall is 40 degrees in the opposite direction. 40 degrees left plus 40 degrees right would be 80 degrees. The limiting factor seems to be how far from the wall the centerline of the screen is. With the wall mount I have, that distance measured 24 inches.
A:Answerdagutz517, If your PDX650 is too tight, you can use the included allen wrench to loosen the "elbows" as shown in step 6 of the manual. If you have any other questions, please feel free to email us directly through the support button on our website and we'll be happy to help.
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