Main Content

Questions & Answers

Kanto - Full-Motion TV Wall Mount for Most 39" - 80" Flat-Panel TVs - Extends 24" - Black-Front_Standard
Ask a Question
Page 1, showing1-10 of 54 Questions
  • Q: Stud spacing Can this be mounted with stud spacing of 24 inches?  (2 Answers)

    By Ron 

    • Best answerRon, This mount, the PDX680, accommodates up to 24" studs. The smaller version of this mount, the PDX650, can only accommodate up to 16" studs. Contact us directly using the support button on our site if you have any other questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living 

  • Q: Wall mounts What is the difference between the Kanto PDX680 and the PDX650? I am looking at both models for purchase. Thank you.  (2 Answers)

    By Mountain Girl 

    • Best answerMountain Girl, The PDX680 has a wall plate that can accommodate 24" stud spacing. The PDX650's wall plate can accommodate 18" spacing at the most. The PDX680 can also pull out 24" from the wall versus 22" on the PDX650. Feel free to contact us directly at support@kantoliving.com if you have any other questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living 

    • Best answerJFlo, We rate our mounts conservatively so as long as your TV is under the 125 lb weight capacity you should not experience any flex over time. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our site if you have any additional questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living 

  • Q: Can you tilt the 680 on the fly?  (2 Answers)

    By Jp 

    • Best answerYes you can. Even though the PDX680 doesn't have a tilt knob you can tension the tilting mechanism so that it will keep your TV in place wherever you adjust it. It might take a bit of time to dial it in perfectly but you can tilt on the fly once it's setup correctly. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living 

  • Q: can this mount be used over a fireplace?  (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerAs long as there are never flames coming out of it.

      By Findingnemo40 

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member
  • Q: How close can the TV be pushed back against the wall? Will this mount work with a Sony XBR75x940D?  (2 Answers)

    By GaryS 

    • Best answerGaryS, There will be 2" between the wall and the rear of your TV if you do not have to use any spacers in your installation. The XBR-75X940D has a compatible 400x300 VESA pattern and is under the weight capacity of the PDX680, should work great! Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living 

  • Q: Can it be mounted on steel studs?  (2 Answers)

    By Nancy 

    • Best answerNancy, We can only recommend the installation methods that are in our manual using the provided hardware to install into wood or concrete walls. Metal studs are hollow and do not provide the structure necessary for our lag bolts to grip into. For this type of installation we recommend consulting a professional installer to determine if your wall is able to safely hold the weight of the mount and TV, and how to install correctly. If you have any other questions please contact us directly through the support tab on our website and we'll be happy to help.

      By Kanto Living 

  • Q: Will a vizio 65ib tv withh 400x400 pattern work with this mount?  (2 Answers)

    By Nick 

    • Best answerYes, a 65" TV will work with the mount.

      By CommunityAnswer 

  • Q: Does this mount have the dual articulating arms?  (1 Answer)

    By Gio 

    • AGio, Yes, the PDX680 is a dual stud, dual arm, fully articulating wall mount. Please email us directly through the support button on our website if you have any other questions and we'll be happy to help.

      By Kanto Living 

  • Q: What is the max swivel....I know this depends on the size of the TV?  (2 Answers)

    By Deidra 

    • ADeidra, Without losing too much extension the max swivel is 85 degrees left or right. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living 

Best Buy is not responsible for answers provided by Community Answers, Customers, or other third parties. Accuracy not guaranteed. Terms and Conditions