Find the perfect TV viewing angle with this Sanus full motion wall mount. Fully adjustable, this precision-engineered mount can tilt, swivel and self-level, while the slim design holds the TV close to your wall. Keep your home looking neat by running cables through the arm of this Sanus full motion wall mount.
Compatible with most 32" - 55" TVs
Up to 54.9 lbs. for sturdy support.
Brushed metal material
Delivers a durable design and provides a sleek appearance that works well with a variety of décor styles.
Tilt and swivel capabilities
Let you adjust the viewing angle to suit your preferences.
Sanus Premium Series Swivel TV Wall Mount for Most 32" - 55" TVs
This one arm full motion support is very capable at doing all what it claims with my LG 65” flat screen. At first I was skeptical but all that went to the wayside once I got past the metric ruling height calculation issue and got it installed. Love that I can see in living room and kitchen. So versatile. And moves easily with one finger. Glides you could say.
Highly recommended. Will be getting for my other TVs
My company (Advanced Tubular Technologies) build table systems that support our VTube-LASER software and HEXAGON arms that measure tube fabrications. The table system includes a 40" monitor. We initially tried mounts from online stores and were disappointed. Since we were shipping the table the next day, we were in a rush to find a mount that was sturdy and attractive. I decided to stop by a local Best Buy. I found this mount. It is a first-class design. It is sturdy and attractive. It is now the only one we will on our systems. We have since purchased three of them and will continue to use it as our standard mount.
I needed the perfect mount for a difficult corner in the room. Small corner, and lack of suitably spaced studs made other mounts unreasonable. While I felt this mount was expensive initially, after examining the contents and seeing the results firsthand, I think it is money well spent.
After measuring and using the accompanying Sanus web application for mounting height, I had this measured, predrilled, and mounted using a power driver in 25 min.
This has been in use now for a month with a 55” TV with sound bar mounted to the TV. It supports it well and I don’t think twice about it. Wiring is well concealed within the mount, too.
We used this to mount our new 43" Sony to the wall. It is flush to the wall, and barely sticks out, We wanted one with an articulating arm that we could also swing out and watch at a 45 degree angle and this one is perfect. This allows us to position the tv within a wide range. Very easy installation (we screwed it into a stud) and has the easiest ability to level (just follow the simple clear instructions). It tilts up and down, and stays where you put it. It holds the tv securely (use the set screw provided) and if you need to remove the tv, just remove the set screw, pull the release cord, and lift up the tv and it comes off. The design allows cords to be held up so they don't droop under the tv. When the tv is pushed against the wall, the mount is virtually invisible. Worth every penny - you won't be disappointed!
A:AnswerYes, I definitely would not rely on hollow wall anchors to hang a TV on. NO NO NO! Here's what you can do so you can place your TV wherever you want on any wall BUT this still involves locating studs (which is inevitable really). Why do this?: If you find that using only 2 studs will put your TV too far left or too far right on a given wall, you can screw a 2X4 (with 3 pieces of 3/8 inch by 4-5 inch long lag bolts ) across 3 studs (make sure you have a solid "grab" onto each stud with your 4 to 5 inch lag bolts. Put the the 2X4 right onto the wall over the drywall/plaster where you were planning to mount the TV in the first place, then simply mount the TV mounting bracked to that 2X4. It'll all be hidden by the TV (tip: paint it the same color as the wall) so it works quite well and gives you more flexibility on where you put your TV You may need something different than a 2X4 depending on the orientation of the TV hanger's mounting bracket that you choose. Some of the brackets have holes for the bolts (the ones you will now screw into that 2X4) that are left and right oriented and some are up and down. You'll see what I mean when you get there. I could explain that too but I'm tired. GL!
Yes this mount is compatible with your specific TV! This mount can support your TV's 400 x 400 mm VESA pattern and it looks like your TV is under the mounts 55 lbs weight limit.
- Haydn @ SANUS
We will need the model number of your TV to figure out the exact screws that you need. Please give our customer support team a shout at email@example.com or at 1-800-359-5520, and we'd be happy to help find the right size for ya here.
- Haydn @ SANUS
Unfortunately this mount is not compatible with your specific TV. Some that are would be the Sanus BLF228, BLF328 and BLF213. To check for which mounts are compatible check out the best buy mountfinder all you need to do is plug in your TVs model number and it will tell you which mounts are compatible. If you have any questions give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Haydn @ SANUS
A:AnswerThis series of Bravia TVs don't have a traditional 4 hole VESA mounting pattern... they came with their own proprietary stand that doubled as a wall mount. We do not currently offer a compatible TV wall mount.
This mount has cable covers on the arms of the mount. You then route the cables through the arms and then put the covers back on and they should be hidden. In the instruction manual there are photos that should help show how to do it. If you have any questions give us a shout at info @ sanus . com or at 1-800-359-5520 we are happy to help!
- Haydn @ SANUS