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Kogan TV Wall Mounts and Brackets

Flat panel TVs are possibly the greatest modern invention. At one time, you needed lots of space and two or three people to move your unit from one location to another. This is no longer the case; the lightweight flat screen version means you can practically set up your TV in any corner of your home. To make your life more convenient, Kogan TV wall mounts and brackets remove the need for an entertainment centre to hold your device.


Use Kogan TV wall brackets in any room and for any size of television you own. The most basic design is the fix-mount, which doesn't allow you to adjust the TV, but it does enable you to hang it in a position that makes for easy viewing. It's an ideal product for use in a room where you tend to sit directly in front of the screen to watch your show.


If you'd like to have the ability to adjust the vertical angle, then choose Kogan TV wall mounts with the tilt mounting feature. It's a great way to reduce screen reflections and provide you with the additional space between the wall and the back of the television for plugging in cords and cables.


Those that really like to have options when it comes to watching television should consider TV wall mounts and brackets that feature a tilt and swivel design. Not only can you adjust the vertical angle, but you can also twist it left and right to provide the best viewing, no matter where you sit in a room.


There are a few considerations that a consumer should look at before deciding on a model to purchase. Almost all mounts are VESA-compliant, meaning they have standard mounting holes for the television. The second consideration should be cable management. You want to keep the cables up and out of sight as much as you can. You never want them hanging loose and looking messy. Lastly, the wall mount needs a rating that is high enough to hold the weight of your television, which means you should always check for compatible weights and screen sizes.

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