The VisionMount VMPL3 is the most versatile mount on the market. This dual-purpose tilting and low-profile wall mount fits TVs from 27" - 90" and up to 280 lbs / 127.27 kg. Virtual Axis allows the TV to tilt up or down with the push of a finger, helping you reduce glare from lights or windows and find the perfect viewing angle. The VMPL3 features an adjustable design that expands and retracts to offer a custom fit for most TVs. Lateral shift allows the TV to move left and right on the wall plate so it's placed exactly where you want it. TV is positioned just 2.5" / 6.35 cm from the wall with tilting brackets or 1.25" / 3.18 cm from the wall with low-profile brackets for a clean, flush appearance. Solid heavy-gauge steel construction offers a sleek, high-tech look while providing strength and durability. Universal mounting brackets.Features:
Lateral shift allows TV to slide left and right for perfect placement, even with off-center studs
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Comments about Sanus VMPL3B - Dual-Purpose Flat/Tilt Wall Mount for 27" - 84" flat-panel TVs (Black):
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BUILT LIKE A TANK
from EL PASO, TEXAS
About Me Enthusiast
It was probably over-kill to purchase this particular wall mount, inasmuch as my 65" plasma only weighs about 92 lbs. However, other mounts I looked at were too "spindly" and unstable. This Sanus mount is very substantial and constructed of heavy gauge, confidence-inspiring, steel.I only had one minor issue mating the mount to my Panasonic TCP65VT50 plasma set. TV instructions said the bolt length (depth inside the TV's screwhole) had to be a minimum of 17 mm and a maximum 23 mm. The longest bolts supplied with the Sanus mount were 40 mm, leaving only 11.5 mm inside the TV screwhole. Sanus sent me 45 mm bolts, however, the extra 5 mm had the depth of bolt insertion at 16.5 mm - not the minimum of 17 mm recommended by Panasonic for my TV. Accordingly, I purchased some 50 mm bolts, and at 22.5 mm depth of insertion, they seem to fill the bill.In order to center the TV, I was only able to hit two studs (16" apart on-center), but Sanus said that mounting on two studs was acceptable.
Strudy, but who engineered this?
By Lutz Dude
from Lutz, FL
About Me Power User
Overall the mount is very adjustable and sturdy. I used this bracket for an 80" Sharp LED with the flat mounting option which keeps the TV nice and tight to the wall. Make sure you use the locking arm extensions and tie some sting to each one so you can operate them, they're way up behind the TV. The reason I didn't give this 5 stars is that the tilt brackets use a hex set screw to lock it to the wall bracket. Good luck "Flat Stanley", if you can figure out how the heck to get to those set screws up 18+ inches behind the TV...
Great product and seamless service
By Lambda Guy
from Seattle WA
I bought two of these; one for a 70" LCD in our mini-home theater and one for a 65" LCD in our living room. These TVs are from different vendors and have slightly different backs. The product includes a large variety of bolts and accessories that enabled painless installation of both TVs. The wide adjustment for the mounting bracket allowed us to catch 3 studs with 2 bolts per stud which gave me a lot of confidence. Cannot imagine a better product for my needs.
Great mount GREAT price
By Happy in NY
from New York
This is the exact same mount that best buy charges 250 to 300 for. And they would charge another 300 to install it. This is a good buy and easily installable by yourself. Do like your school teachers say and read the directions first and dont try to do it by pictures only as this would have sped up my installation greatly :)
Excellent Quality and Value
By Cliff G
from Dallas Texas
I have hung four flat panels in the last six months and this is by far the best bracket system I have seen. It is far better than the Digitech products. A key is wall placement - it must be easy to connect to your wall studs regardless of the distance between. Another key element is how easy it is to get the TV onto the bracket when placing the TV - this one is the easiest of all. The only issue with this system is that it does not fit a Sharp 65" Aquos. That TV requires a 10MM screw and this bracket and the Digitech only come with up to an 8MM screw. I was able to buy 10MM at [...] - but then I needed to take a metal file and widen the openings in the bracket so the larger screws would fit through. It was worth the effort.I highly encourage the use of this bracket system for the largest and heaviest TV's. You will not need to worry about it ever coming down.