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Fixed TV Wall Mount that's Adjustable?

I'm looking for a TV wall mount for a 65" Samsung TV. Biggest problem I want to avoid is not being able to adjust the TV levelness after the mount is installed. In the past I've found I can tell if a TV is off even by 1/16". It's hard to get that kind of perfecting when mounting the bracket onto the wall so I'm looking for a TV mount that has screws (or something similar) that allows fine tuning of the levelness of the TV. I don't want to be able to move the TV (by touching it) after it's adjusted though so it still has to be a fixed TV mount.

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Most Sanus mounts do that with their ProSet adjustments. I hate it as well when the TV is not perfectly straight!


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I'm looking for a TV wall mount for a 65" Samsung TV. Biggest problem I want to avoid is not being able to adjust the TV levelness after the mount is installed. In the past I've found I can tell if a TV is off even by 1/16". It's hard to get that kind of perfecting when mounting the bracket onto the wall so I'm looking for a TV mount that has screws (or something similar) that allows fine tuning of the levelness of the TV. I don't want to be able to move the TV (by touching it) after it's adjusted though so it still has to be a fixed TV mount.

Thanks,
Harry

Did you find one yet? I'm also looking for a mount for my 65" Samsung. I want the slimmest possible mount, but want to be able to adjust if needed.
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The best way to mount anything level is to only Drill ONE hole, install the item with the one anchor whatever it may be, using an actual level (not those built in things). If it will not stay put with just one anchor, have someone hold it with the level sitting on it and then drill a second pilot hole though the mounting hole of the item.
Predrilling 2 hole will almost always end in imperfection.
Of course if your ceiling/floor is not level, you level item will "look" unlevel..
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