When you’re looking for a TV mount for your brand-new flat screen TV, you are not only matching its size with the mount and checking on its tools. The major considerations are the actual uses of the TV screen and the room where you will place the TV screen and how the mount will be placed. The following are some of the types of flat screen TV mounts:
These are also called swivel mounts. This is meant for those who want to be in full control of their TV’s movement. This can be achieved through the presence of the extending arm. Through a full motion TV mount you can change the optimal viewing position of the TV screen for you to have a better vantage point. Due to its complexity and high functions, this TV mount is a bit more pricy and you need to pay more for professional installation.
They are also known as the flat or the low profile TV mounts. This is the TV mount for those who like their TV to be in one place and they want it steady. The good side of this TV mount is that it is easy to install. This is great if you are on a tight budget. This TV mount is often intended for the living room where the TV should be 3 to 4 feet above the floor.
If you are one good handyman in your own right and you like to play around with tools, this is the TV mount for you. You can save a lot with this option. There are many videos and websites that can help you come up with your own TV mount.
Tilting TV Mount
If from time to time you like to adjust your flat screen TV to enhance its vertical angle, it’s better for you to get the tilting TV mount. This mount is not difficult to install and this mount can give you a lot of space to for inserting and removing cables.
You can also find new kinds today like the gas strut wall mount. This is another flexible type of mount.