Hang your 26 to 55-inch television on a wall with this Kanto TV mount. It extends 19.6 inches from the wall and has 135 degrees of swivel for a closer view, and it tilts forward and backward to reduce glare. This Kanto TV mount has a cable management system for keeping your living room tidy.
Compatible with most 26" - 55" TVs
Up to 79.4 lbs. for sturdy support.
Steel material with a white powdercoat finish
Delivers a durable design and provides a sleek appearance that works well with a variety of décor styles.
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.
Tilt, swivel, pan and horizontal capabilities
Let you adjust the viewing angle to suit your preferences.
Including VESA 100mm x 100mm, 200mm x 200mm, 400mm x 300mm, 400mm x 200mm, 400mm x 400mm, 300mm x 200mm, 200mm x 100mm, 300mm x 300mm, 200mm x 150mm, 200mm x 300mm, and more for a variety of mounting options.
Kanto Full-Motion TV Wall Mount for Most 26" - 55" TVs - Extends 19.6"
It works great. I bought one for the roo and had to get one more for the living room holds my 43 in and my 55 i think it is in the living room it holds great moves easily and looks awsome. Good product really!!
At 78 pounds, the flat screen I was given was heavier than the tech was comfortable hanging on this mount rated for up to 80 pounds. I guess most larger TV's today are 25-35 pounds. Arms were too short to mount my Phillips TV, though I gave the model and specs when I ordered the mount. The second arm is not as long as the first two so you cannot retract and center your TV over the wall mount bracket. TV still on the floor.
This was just about the LOWEST priced full motion mount I could find. It is pretty easy to install.... my only issue with the install was my own problem... not the product. It workseems perfectly. My only small complaint is the plastic covers that are used to hide the cords do not snap on well at all on my unit. Aside from that.... it was a great buy.
Simple to install, my only issue was the plastic that shrouds the metal wall mount it's flimsy and looks cheap, I chose to remove it and now it looks 10x better and stronger seeing the metal arms and mounting braces, for the price this thing is a steal holds my 43inch LED with no issues
A:AnswerCo op, A 40" TV will be the maximum you can go without hitting the wall. A 42" will get you about 80 degrees of swivel so it'd be quite close to a full right angle. Contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.
A:AnswerHi, The M300 is 2" from the wall to the back of the TV when fully pushed back to the wall. I hope that helps, if you have any other questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to help.
A:AnswerPatty, I've looked up the information for both of your TV's and they are both compatible with the M300. You will not need any additional accessories to mount either TV to the mount. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions.
You don't have to mount it upside down to achieve what you'd like to do. When you retract the mount you can place the arm so that the offset is on the left side or the right side. If you have any other questions, click the support button on our website to get in touch with us directly.
A:AnswerYour TV has a compatible 400x400 VESA pattern (bolt pattern) and is under the weight capacity of the M300 so it should work well. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.
You'll have no issues with the UN43MU6290. According to the TV's specs our mount should also work with the UN55MU8000 but we've noticed some higher end Samsung TVs have recessed holes and require fairly long bolts. If you run into a situation where the hardware we provide is not long enough just let us know and we'll send you what you need. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.