Television manufacturers are producing better television set every day. The resolutions are getting better. The size of the television is becoming bigger and the weight is getting smaller. The microchip technology and screen designs help produce better products for the home consumer. Some of the latest models are the LCD TV and Plasma TV, and their modern design makes it easy to have them wall mounted.
Wall mounting is the best approach for today’s TV. It makes viewing more pleasurable and entertaining. It blends aesthetically to the home furniture and gives the ambiance of a home entertainment system. Economically you save on space. Today’s television sets can be in extremely large sizes and putting them on tables and carts is impractical and risky. People passing through the rooms can accidentally bump the screen and send everything tumbling down to the floor. Your investment on home entertainment can be suddenly wiped out in a blink of an eye. You can try having the TV insured against damages but very few insurance companies would insure the item considering the numerous risks around the house. Others may agree to insure but at a very high premium. The most logical option is to mount the TV set in a very good location that can be viewed and enjoyed by everyone. A good TV wall bracket should be able to swivel and tilt at different angles.
The articulating TV bracket is a good model for installing the television on the wall. It has the flexibility that many viewers look forward to. The person can sit comfortably in their favorite couch or sofa and view their favorite shows facing directly to the screen. This is possible because the wall mount can swivel the screen to face you directly and furthermore, it has the facility to tilt the screen to the correct angle. There are many models in the market. Some TV brackets can be tilted more than others. Depending on the model, the arms can be extended a few inches or up to 15 inches from the walls. Check out the displays and see how their movements are in coordination with the screen. Choose the correct TV bracket that can hold the weight of your TV. There are heavy-duty wall mounts that can hold screens up to 48 inches. However, some features may be sacrificed or limited to compensate for the facility of holding a heavier television. Re-validate the available features when you’ve chosen the TV wall brackets that can hold your set. Check also on the number of holes at the back of the TV and how much of width does it require.