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Hey guys, after searching for a while, I decided upon this tv absolutely love! Now that I now I will be keeping it and since it seems like it won't be a lemon (my first one ended up with this giant line down the middle about two weeks after I first opened it), I was looking to mount it. I have found a wide array of prices on mounts though and am not sure which one is worth it. I don't want to cheap out and have my tv fall, but I also don't want to spend money unnecessarily. So have any recommendations to specific mounts? Thanks for the help guys!
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Hey guys, after searching for a while, I decided upon this tv absolutely love! Now that I now I will be keeping it and since it seems like it won't be a lemon (my first one ended up with this giant line down the middle about two weeks after I first opened it), I was looking to mount it. I have found a wide array of prices on mounts though and am not sure which one is worth it. I don't want to cheap out and have my tv fall, but I also don't want to spend money unnecessarily. So have any recommendations to specific mounts? Thanks for the help guys!

What type of mount?? Flat, articulating ect...
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Hey guys, after searching for a while, I decided upon this tv absolutely love! Now that I now I will be keeping it and since it seems like it won't be a lemon (my first one ended up with this giant line down the middle about two weeks after I first opened it), I was looking to mount it. I have found a wide array of prices on mounts though and am not sure which one is worth it. I don't want to cheap out and have my tv fall, but I also don't want to spend money unnecessarily. So have any recommendations to specific mounts? Thanks for the help guys!

There are way too many variables and unknowns for anyone to pick a mount for you and you didn't give any useful information about your requirements and budget so just go to monoprice dot com and choose a suitable mount there. They have many different types.

You don't need to spend a lot of money on a mount, as long as you pick one that is rated for more than what your TV weighs and accepts your TV's screen size then even the cheapest $20 wall mount would be plenty strong enough. As long as you install the lag bolts into the wall studs correctly the TV won't "fall off the wall". That just never happens.

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Okay sorry, I was hoping for a wall mount that could swivel to be a little (I don't no the exact degrees, but it isn't much) to view from my bed better, while the mount is also pretty compressed from head on to my desk. Thanks.
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Okay sorry, I wall mount that could swivel to be a litXF228-Bdon't no the exact degrees, but it isn't much) to view from my bed better, while the mount is also pretty compressed from head on to my desk. Thanks.

Ahhh OK, personally I can recommend Sanus mounts, i needed a rock solid articulating mount since I was mounting my 46A850 in our living room bookcase/fireplace setup so I went with the Sanus XF228-B, I will be upgrading/replacing my A850 with either the Samsung F8500 or Panasonic ST60 in the upcoming month which are bigger and heavier TVs so I wanted a really strong mount. It's probably overkill for you and your needs but they do have many different mounts which I'm sure will meet your needs.. Check out their site.. Quality, very well made and solid mounts..
Also shop around, I ended up getting my XF-228 from a dealer on eBay for less then half of the SRP or Amazon Price on this mount so to say I'm a happy camper is a understatement..
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