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Elevate your Viewing Pleasure with a 55-Inch TV Wall Bracket

Wall mounting your screen with a 55-inch TV wall bracket is a great way to save space and reduce clutter. Mounting your TV on the wall also allows for optimal viewing comfort. Almost all modern televisions have threaded holes at the back, which allow you to attach a bracket, and since most manufacturers adhere to VESA mounting interface standards, buying a bracket that fits your TV is easy. You can find a wide range of TV wall brackets at affordable prices on eBay.

How can you find out which VESA mounting standard your TV uses?

The easiest way to find out your TV's VESA mounting standard is by measuring the distance between the pre-threaded mount holes on the back of your TV. Measure the horizontal distance to obtain the first number of your VESA standard, then measure the vertical distance to obtain the second number. Measurements should be taken in millimetres. Some of the most commonly used VESA standards for large screen TVs are as follows:

  • VESA 800 x 600.
  • VESA 600 x 400.
  • VESA 400 x 400.
  • VESA 400 x 300.
  • VESA 300 x 300.
  • VESA 300 x 200.
  • VESA 200 x 200.
What are low-profile TV wall brackets?

Low-profile brackets are the simplest kind of wall mounting bracket available. They allow your TV to be mounted as flush to the wall as possible, whilst still providing enough standoff to allow for cables and heat dissipation. A low-profile TV wall bracket could be the ideal choice if you plan on hiding wires in the wall, or if you don’t need to be able to tilt the screen.

What are tilting TV wall brackets?

Tilting TV brackets are very similar to low-profile brackets, but they also allow you to tilt the screen on a horizontal axis. Most tilting brackets have an articulation range of around 15 degrees in either horizontal direction.

What are articulating TV wall brackets?

Articulating TV brackets allow you to move the TV in several directions. Some brackets of this type also feature an arm that allows you to pull the TV away from the wall, this can be particularly useful if you plan to mount your TV in the corner of a room. The number of articulated axes and the range of articulation offered on each axis will vary between brackets.

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