Hangers, racks, storage cabinets and
there are plenty on the market. Facing the choice of mounting to your TV, first consider whether you want your receiver to stand or hang? If you have a large living room, you can put the receiver on the cabinet, but how much better it looks
TV hung on the wall
. It does not take up space, there is no risk of being knocked down by a child or pet. And it's more convenient to watch. But to
the TV hung stably
and he needed it conveniently, we would need a TV hanger. Do you know what is the most important thing when choosing a hanger?
When choosing a TV hanger, size is of great importance.
(Video Electronics Standards Association), this is the specification of the size in the specification, it is a mounting standard that tells you exactly what spacing of mounting holes we need to use in a given TV model. It makes it easy
purchase of a handle,
because it's impossible to buy the wrong one. There are several types of VESA standard. They differ in the spacing of the mounting holes on the back of the TV. The most common are: VESA 200 x 200, VESA 100 x 100, VESA 300 x 300, VESA 400 x 400, VESA 600 x 400. The first number Wesy is the spacing between the upper and lower hole, and the second one is the spacing between the first and last in the same row. As we already know what spacing will be perfect for our TV, let's think about the distance from the wall and the regulation of such a hanger.
AX MAXX handle
is a durable and aesthetically made handle that was designed with
mounting large TVs
. It is designed for LCD, LED and PLASMA TV sets. The dimensions of the bracket allow you to mount a 13 "- 50" screen with a weight of up to 35kg on the wall.
FLEXI MAXX wall bracket
has a universal spacing of VESA 75X75, 100X100, 200X100, 200X200, 400x400 mounting holes. It also has a spirit level that greatly facilitates our settings and assembly. Complete set, easy to assemble. Available in black