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  • Click here to visit The Different Types of TV wall MountsNot only has the picture quality been improved withthe new HDTVs and Plasma screens; their flatter designmakes them easier to hang on the wall with the use ofTV wall Mounts. It is nice to be able to put thetelevision set up high so that it is easier for all to see.Before choosing TV wall Mounts make sure youconsider all the types that are available.A fixed mount works very well for just getting the set up high. It is simple, andplain. However, there is no ability to move the set at all once it is hung. Make surebefore you fix it on the wall it is right where you want it and everyone will be ableto view the set comfortably.A tilting mount is good as it will give quite a bit more flexibility. These kinds of TVwall Mounts can tilt up and down. Normal range is about 5 degrees up and 15degrees down. These are a good option when installing a large flat screen. This isbecause the set is large and will not need to be moved much for viewers in theroom to be able to see it easily.Arm mounts are a great choice for smaller television sets. This gives a wide rangeof options as the set can be up against the wall, or it may also be swung out awayfrom the wall allowing viewing from many different angles and locations. These
  • types many times may also have a swivel or a tilting feature too. Brackets withthese kinds of movements are called articulating arm mounts.For those who want to kick back and relax to watch television without having tomove the set, try motorized versions of TV wall Mounts. These allow the set to bemoved to pretty much any angle with just the touch of a button.Be sure to check the wall carefully before starting to attach the television set to it.It is important to put the set where you want it but also that it is not in danger offalling. When purchasing wall hanging equipment make sure to get the right sizesthat will adequately and safely hold the television.Make sure that there are studs or some sort of support system to attach theequipment to. The brackets will need to be attached to something solid. This willensure that it the TV wall Mounts can hold it without the danger of it falling. Click here to visit