Are Sanus TV Wall Mounts good?

Are Sanus TV Wall Mounts good?

After all of our research and testing, we selected the Sanus VMPL50A-B1 as the best tilting TV mount. This UL-approved mount is designed for TVs ranging in size from 32 to 70 inches, and it can hold up to 130 pounds, which is more than enough for any TV.

Are Sanus wall mounts VESA compliant?

SANUS wall mount products are compatible with virtually every television on the market. Television manufacturers use two different standards when designing the backs of their TVs to allow them to be mounted. VESA is a standard that dictates the exact placement of the holes on the back of a TV.

Is Sanus VESA compliant?

The VisionMount MA1A is a VESA 400 mm x 200 mm and 300 mm x 200 mm adapter for SANUS VM200, VM300, VM400, MF202, MF203, MF209 and MF215 mounts. This adapter allows VESA 200 x 200-compatible mounting plates to support flat-panel TVs that feature a VESA 400 x 200 or 300 x 200 hole pattern.

How do I remove Sanus TV from wall mount?

How to Remove the Sanus FPM10B

  1. Turn off the television and disconnect the power cord.
  2. Examine the portion of the wall-mount hardware that is flush against the wall.
  3. Loosen the top and bottom lag bolts using the Allen key; you only need to back out the lag bolts 1/4 inch from the mounting plate at this point.

How do you unmount a Sanus TV wall mount?

To remove the TV from the mount, there are two small tabs that hang down behind the TV that you pull on to release the bottom of the vertical brackets from the wall mount. Once you’ve pulled on these tabs, swing the TV up and away from the wall.

How far out do TV mounts go?

As a rule, a 42” television should be mounted about 56 inches from floor to TV center, a 55” TV should be around 61 inches, a 65” TV should be around 65 inches’ floor to center, and a 70” television should be mounted about 67 inches to the center of the screen.