TV wall mounts
TV brackets: TV wall mount
The TV hanging on the wall looks very effective and minimalist. It does not disturb the aesthetics of the interior. Choosing the right TV mount is the key to achieving the desired effect and the comfort of watching TV.
TV bracket - a strong and rotating rack to hang the TV on the wall
A rotating TV stand is a very popular solution used not only in living rooms but also in bedrooms or kitchens. Why? Because mounting the TV on such a rack ensures the screen's mobility in all planes - horizontal and vertical. There are also fixed frames or frames that provide a limited adjustment of the angle of inclination of the screen (e.g., only in one plane). Regardless of whether we choose a fixed or mobile solution, the TV mount should be strong and solid - that's why it is selected according to the weight of the TV and the diagonal screen. Therefore, it is worth paying special attention to two parameters - lifting capacity and the VESA standard. Kruger&Matz offers brackets for TVs with diagonal sizes from 23 to 100 inches and weighing up to 75 kg.
Types of TV brackets: rotating, tilting, fixed
Fixed TV Brackets
Fixing the TV rigidly to the wall at the line of sight level. The advantage of such a rack is that the TV is placed very close to the wall, so it will work well in smaller rooms. The disadvantage is that it is not possible to adjust the angle of the screen. These are the simplest TV mounts and the cheapest available solutions.
Tiltable TV wall mount
It allows you to adjust the screen in the horizontal axis, which means that you can tilt the TV screen downwards to get the best viewing angle.
TV boom or arm
"Extendable" TV bracket with full adjustment, which gives the greatest possible rotation. Thanks to it, you can change the position of the TV screen not only up and down but also to the sides.
Is it worth hanging the TV on the wall?
A TV on the wall will be a good choice:
- if we have or are planning a TV with a large screen diagonal;
- if we care about aesthetics and want to hide cables in the wall;
- if we want to save space in the living room or bedroom;
- if we want to frequently change the angle of viewing the screen, e.g., in large rooms;
- if we want, we keep the TV safe from children.
How to choose the right TV mount?
More information on how to choose a TV bracket, what the VESA standard is, and how to mount the TV on the wall can be found in our guide: Which TV bracket to choose and how to hang the TV on the wall >>