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TV Mount Selection Guide
3 Easy Steps for Selecting the Right TV Mount

1. Select Mount Type: Select what kind of movement you would like your TV to have:
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Tilting Mounts:

Allows you to angle your TV vertically, while maintaining its position on the wall. They do not allow any horizontal movements. A tilting wall mount is recommended for installations where a TV is mounted higher than normal such as over a fireplace; allowing you to angle the display down towards the viewers.

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Full-Motion Mounts:

Also called Articulating mounts. They allow the greatest range of motion for your TV; therefore, allowing flexibility in TV placement. An articulated swing arm allows you to move the TV towards or away from the wall, tilt it up or down, and angle it from side to side. These mounts are usually suggested if you want to install your TV in a corner,a recessed area, or to allow for viewing from multiple locations throughout a room.

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Low Profile Mounts:

Do not tilt or swivel. These mounts are typically used when you want your TV as close/flush to the wall as possible.

2. Verify Weight Capacity: Check the weight of your TV to make sure the mount you select is rated appropriately.

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Weight Capacity:

You can find your TV’s weight in your manual or on the manufacturer’s website. NavePoint TV Mounts’ weight capacity are listed in the product descriptions at NavePoint.com.

3. Verify VESA Compatibility: Check the VESA* pattern on the back of your TV for mounting compatibility.

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VESA Compatibility:

The VESA mounting pattern is a series of 4 screw holes arranged in a square or rectangle on the back of your TV. The pattern on your TV must correspond with the holes on the TV mount in order to mount it properly. VESA measurements are in millimeters (mm). Compatible patterns for a NavePoint TV Mount can be found in the product description at NavePoint.com.

To find your VESA pattern – check your manufacturer’s website or your TV manual. If this is not available, you can measure the VESA pattern. To do so, measure the distance between the holes both horizontally and vertically. See below for an example. Click here to print out a ruler.

*VESA = Video Electronics Standards Association. Although most TVs are VESA compliant, there are some models that are not. Please consult your TV product manual for more information.

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