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Old 02-05-2007, 06:28 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm thinking about buying an articulating arm mount for 60"screen. I figured it'd be nice to simply pull the screen out while still hanging in the air and do any cable adjustments if necessary without unmount the whole TV out from a wall. Could you recommend the best brands and the models? Which one would be the most sturdiest articulating mount out there? Above all how safe are they? It'll be secured on a concrete wall so weak wood studs are not a problem for me. Would the TV be still wobbly even if the atriculating arm can support what it claim to hold?


In particular, I was looking at two models available from Costco that support up to 60".

Item # 969056 and Item # 126884


which one would you recommend the most?
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I have a Chief Manufacturing PNR-U that can support up to 200lbs. This thing is built like a tank. This one articulates out about 24" -- they have another model that extends out over 35" as well.

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