Here’s a tutorial on how to mount your TV or LCD monitor to your wall for those of you who don’t know how.
I highly recommend getting arm mounts, which cost pretty much same as regular wall mounts but you can easily move them around. Regular tilt wall mounts suck as sometimes it’s hard to get to the back to the back of the TV (for connecting your gaming consoles) and it’s limited in viewing angles.
Here’s some wall mounts I recommend (that I have used before personally):
For 12″ to 27″, try VideoSecure mount: http://bit.ly/videosecure
For 23″ to 49″, try Cheeta mount: http://bit.ly/cheetahmount
For 32″ to 65″, try Cheeta mount large: http://bit.ly/cheetamountlarge
To install your TV or LCD to wall, you will need a drill and stud finder. You can also use drywall anchor but for bigger monitors or for more secure mount, I recommend finding your studs.
You can get a stud finder here: http://bit.ly/studfinder
I didn’t use a level in this video because my walls had alignment lines but you can use a level to also make sure your mount is 100% even. For larger TVs, that’s highly recommended.
Larger TV or LCD may require 4 screws instead of 2 btw.
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