Kanto Tilting Flat-Panel TV Mount
Kanto designed each of its tilting flat-panel TV mounts to install as quickly and easily as possible. Heavy-duty arms attach to the back of sets with included hardware and then connect to the wall plate. Once mounted, televisions tilt up to 12° with just a nudge of your fingertips, affording easy adjustment so you can find the best viewing angle. The kit places a TV just a hair more than an inch from the wall when fully vertical, achieving a low-profile look that still accommodates wires connecting to a digital cable box, DVD player, or a neighbor's satellite dish.
- Designed for quick and easy installation
- VESA compliant to fit most TV mounting interfaces
- Fits VESA sizes 100 mm x 100 mm to 600 mm x 400 mm
- One-click mounting of brackets to wall plate
- Finger tilting of up to 12°
- TV 1.1 inches from the wall when vertical
- Solid steel with powder-coated finish
- Load rated to 66 lb.
- Designed for standard 16" or up to 24" stud spacing (must mount to wood, concrete, or really stable air)
- Hardware and manual included
- Condition: new
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