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TV Bracket

Adapter for monitors - Digitus
Ordered before 10 p.m., delivered tomorrow
€ 12,99
VESA adapter - Goobay
Ordered before 10 p.m., delivered tomorrow
€ 15,99
TV stand - Nedis
Ordered before 10 p.m., delivered tomorrow
€ 155,99
TV stand - Nedis
Ordered before 10 p.m., delivered tomorrow
€ 219,99
Tv stand on wheels movable 37 to 75 inches
Ordered before 10 p.m., delivered tomorrow
€ 269,99
Mounting plate - Cavus
Ordered before 10 p.m., delivered tomorrow
€ 121,00

Choosing the right TV bracket

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Since the introduction of the flat screen television, a set can be placed really anywhere. From the factory, a flat screen television has a stand on which it can be placed. But if you don't want to put your device down but hang it up, you will need a mounting bracket suitable for your type of television. Fortunately, mounting options have been standardized by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). This makes it possible to standardize the TV bracket as well, making it easy to mount to the back of your TV in almost any situation. In the user manual of your television or on the device itself, the VESA size is indicated. When choosing a TV bracket, also pay attention to the maximum load weight of the TV bracket. If you mount a TV that is too heavy on a TV bracket that is too light, it can bend or even break, which can lead to unwanted or even dangerous situations. Also consider the size of your device and preferably choose a TV bracket that is suitable for the size you want to mount. This will create maximum user and viewing comfort.

Different options

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The simplest and most widely used TV bracket is the flat wall bracket. With this you can hang your television flat against the wall. It has a limited adjustment option to set your device at the correct viewing angle. This is a good solution if you want to hang a large television in your living room. The tiltable version gives you the ability to tilt your device. This TV bracket is ideal in situations where the device hangs high and so you look slightly up when you sit. This bracket allows you to tilt the television slightly forward, so you always perceive a nice rectangular image. If you have the need to set the viewing angle flexibly, choose a swivel TV bracket. This TV bracket allows you to rotate your device horizontally. This is a good choice when you want to watch television from different positions of your living room or study. Depending on where you sit, you rotate the device towards you so that you always have an optimal viewing experience. For the use of small screens and computer monitors, you can choose a swivel with arm.

VESA size

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Nearly every flat screen nowadays has standard screw holes to easily mount a TV bracket. On large and heavy flat screens these holes are further apart than on small TVs. The distance between the VESA screw holes is indicated by two numbers. The first number is the horizontal distance between the screw holes. The second number is the vertical distance. If the horizontal distance is the same as the vertical distance, then often only one size is given. If you do not have your television owner's manual handy, you can also measure the distance yourself. The VESA size is given in millimeters. Do not worry about this when measuring it yourself, because VESA sizes (with the exception of 75 x 75 mm) are only given in whole centimeters. If you know the VESA size of your device, you can easily select it in the filter in the right column. You will then see all the brackets that fit. If your television has a different size, VESA adapters are available. These allow you to mount a non-standard sized screen with a standard sized bracket. When choosing a bracket, pay attention not only to the VESA size, but also to the size and weight of the device. Never hang a heavy device on a provision intended for a small light device.

Mounting

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You can mount the TV bracket to your device with the screws provided. For mounting on a wall it is important to use the right mounting material. It is also important to pay attention to the material and quality of the wall on which you want to mount your device. If you have a brick or concrete wall, you can mount a heavy TV to it without any problems. The mounting material supplied as standard is almost always suitable for mounting in a brick or concrete wall. Make sure that in these cases you use a drill and drills suitable for stone or concrete. If you have a wooden wall, it is important to check how much weight the wall can bear. Here it is also important that the support be mounted on one of the vertical or horizontal supporting beams. If you have a drywall wall, then it can only support limited loads. In addition, it is important to use specialized drywall mounting hardware. You can find this in most hardware stores. When in doubt, you can also decide to opt for a ceiling bracket. This can be mounted to a concrete or wooden ceiling.