As the technology advances so does the TV. It has become slimmer, wider, and it has developed sleeker profiles too. There are more options than placing a flat screen TV on the wall to maximize its style and function. TV mount brackets give TV viewers the choice to place their TV screen on the wall or at varying angles that will suit the room best. A full motion TV bracke
t enables them to have freedom in TV placement apart from putting it on a table, shelf, or an entertainment area.
TV mount brackets that are available in the market differ in terms of their ability or lack of ability to tilt and to move the screen. There are some of these mount brackets that are better suited for homes while some are for commercial locations. Here are some guidelines on how to choose the right TV mount for your needs:
You have to assess the size and its capacity.
The next step you have to consider is to assess the weight specifications and also the recommended screen size range. It’s important for the mount to be able to support the weight of the TV. Hence it would make your TV safe and more secure when you choose within the range of size and weight that the mount can support.
You have to determine how flexible the viewing angle is.
It’s important that you figure out the level of flexibility of the TV’s viewing angle as well as distance from which you can view the TV. There may be some rooms that will enable you to hang the TV on the wall. There may be instances too when you have to move the TV from the wall and at varying angles for optimal viewing.
Types of TV Mount Brackets
There are three types of TV mount brackets to think about. These are the fixed, tilting and the full-motion TV mount. The fixed mount is also known as the flat or the flush mount. It’s not just the easiest but it’s also the least expensive. The tilting mount amounts the vertical viewing angle to be adjusted while the full-motion can be tilted up down and also swiveled left and right.