In this day and age it seems that technology is constantly being developed on and advancing to stages that we can hardly catch up with it. Nowadays VHS tapes are extinct and DVDs and Blu-Rays are more popular. If that wasn’t adequate hundreds of individuals are exchanging their clean box TVs and DLPs for flat LCD screens that are larger then life.
Units range from the usual fixed-mounts that hold your flat screen up like a picture on the wall, to the ones with swivel power, allowing you to direct where your TV is facing as you move around the room. When picking a tv mounting service, consider the kind of design that you want. Would you prefer something fixed to a wall or something that allows a bit more flexibility in terms of viewing? Think about how the TV would look like when it’s turned off. Will it bother you that it’s protruding from the wall? Would you prefer something discreet that is affixed to your wall?
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After you decide the install location, measure about 45 inches from the floor. This will be the location of your television. Cut out a piece of cardboard the same approximate size as the TV and affix it to the wall. This will give you a rough idea of your TV’s placement.
There are two types of wall mounts obtainable for obtain. You have the ultra skinny and the standard LED Television mount. The Samsung LED mount gives a skinny design of metal which secures the television in location. You will have to set up it with a stud guiding the screws to make it secure, but that is really easily accomplished. It is like any photograph you would hang with balance in head.
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The second thing you need to verify is the native resolution of your TV screen. Most TV’s these days run at “something” x 720 or 1080. Take a look at the native resolution of your TV and write that down. It’s important to remember that your source device, whether that is a computer or any other device, needs to be set at the same resolution as your TV screen.
Ensure that the wall mount is affixed to the wall studs in case of drywall or with anchors if being attached to a brick wall. Remember that the weight of the TV screen rests entirely on the wall mount at all times. Hence select a mount that is able to withstand more than the weight of your TV screen. Also do not forget to install safety screws which serve to hold the screen in place and avoid getting dislodged due to jars and bumps.