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post #1 of 11 Old 12-03-2007, 07:10 AM - Thread Starter
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Does anyone know of a plasma wall mount (for 50") in which you can extend (pull out) the tv around 18" and also lower at least 18"?

I have read through many posts where this question was asked, but never answered. Does some kind of cantilever arm exist for this size plasma?

Thanks in advance!

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Anyone?

Does this not exist??
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Apparently it does, a salesman at a home theater store here in Dallas said they have one that could do precisely that. I'm sorry I don't have a model # for you, but they do exist.
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http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...t=1#largeimage thats the one i am going to buy for my sammy 5044 good price too
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Try the Premier Mounts AM3 and Omnimount UCL-XP. The AM3 can extend as far as nearly 3 feet!

These are great choices!

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post #7 of 11 Old 12-04-2007, 12:10 PM
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Sanus makes some nice mounts! Check there line out.
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I have been searching for the same type of mount but cannot find one. In fact I can't find any mounts for large TVs that do both a pull out and pull down motion (would also like it to pivot/swivel but I don't need tilt). The other makes and models previously suggested do not pull down (or at least I couldn't find one that did). If anyone knows of such a mount please post a link or the make/model.

BTW, the TV I have is the Samsung HP-T5064. And for the curious, the reason for needing this type of mount motion is for the TV to be mounted above a cabinet (kind of like a buffet) that must stay in place, then pull the TV out over the cabinet and drop down to a better viewing height for watching movies.

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Any chance anyone would know of one for a 51" that could extend about 3 ft to the side and tilt just a little?
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I have the articulating wall mount made by Assia Wall mounts,it does it all EXCEPT drop down to a lower level.It tilts upward and downward,it swivels left and right and extends away from the wall approx 24".I have my Samsung PN64E8000 mounted to it and have had NO issues.What I did do is used a 2ftx4ft 3/4" oakboard stained to match the existing trim and mantle above my fireplace and then used 3/8'x2 1/2" lag screws to screw the board into the 3 studs that are 16" on center for greater surface area reinforcement,then mounted the Assia mount to the stained oak board.It looks finished when I extend the tv out to its max for a greater 3D viewing experience from our sitting area.Just thought id share for those who were wanting options!

Or try this website..http://www.comfortvu.com if your wanting the drop down feature
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Reviving this thread because I'm looking for a solution for an above fireplace mount. It's the only wall in our living room!

The ComfortVu looks to be the best solution, but they recently increased its price. I should have just jumped on it when it was $2000. I thought it would go down instead.

Are there any other solutions nowadays that does height adjustable settings over a fireplace?

Also, does anyone know of any installers in the Houston area for a mount like this?
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