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Cheetah Mounts Plasma LCD Flat Screen TV Articulating Full Motion Dual Arm Wall Mount Bracket For 32-65″ Displays Up To 165LBS With 10′ High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet Fits Up To 24″ Studs

Cheetah Mounts Plasma LCD Flat Screen TV Articulating Full Motion Dual Arm Wall Mount Bracket For 32-65" Displays Up To 165LBS With 10' High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet Fits Up To 24" StudsDescription

This is a very substantial mount with dual arms and heavy gauge steel. The arms extend over 20″ from the wallyet fold to less than 2.75″. Even at full extension, this mount has very little sag or twist.It is rated for up to 165lbs and most displays 65″ and smaller weigh under 100lbs.The unit has tilt adjustment and it will tilt forward 15 degrees. The wall plate is 24.8″ wide and has wide s


Features

  • Very Substantial Mount, Heavy Gauge Steel
  • Dual Arms Extend To Over 20″ Fold To Less Than 2.75″
  • 150 Degree Swivel, +-15 Degree Tilt
  • Universal Design Fits Most 32-65″ Displays Up To 165lbs
  • 10′ HDMI Cable1.4 Standard And All Hardware Included

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Cheetah Mounts LLC.

Brand: Cheetah
List Price: $189.96.
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3 Responses to “Cheetah Mounts Plasma LCD Flat Screen TV Articulating Full Motion Dual Arm Wall Mount Bracket For 32-65″ Displays Up To 165LBS With 10′ High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet Fits Up To 24″ Studs”

  1. W. Fox says:

    Load testing it (215 lbs!) – […]

    WOW. I bought a cheetah mount that only tilts for my 52″ SAMSUNG LCD TV. But the configuration of my living room/kitchen area had me thinking I’d rather go with an articulating wall mount, so I can turn it if I’m cooking or if I have people over on the sectional sofa I can turn it that (the opposite) way. So I bought this puppy (I kept the other tilting-only mount for my bedroom LCD TV which I haven’t purchased yet). After taxes and S&H, it came out to $106. A similar product at BestBuy and hhgregg costs well over $300 (bestbuy has some that articulate and tilt that are up to $750!!!)

    I’m a civil engineer, I work on designing things as a career. When I opened the box and saw the structural bulk of this thing, I was very impressed. I knew my brand new TV would be secure hanging from this thing. It came with a BUNCH of extra hardware in case you needed to use it (I ended up using the screws they supplied for the…

  2. P. Lopresto says:

    I recently purchased a new 42″ plasma TV for my living room: the Panasonic TC-P42X1. I bought the TV with the intention of hanging it above my fire place, but was shocked to find out that an articulating mount at Best Buy was $300! So I did what any sane, sensible American would do; I told Best Buy where to stick it and went to browse on Amazon.

    After some consideration and reading all of the reviews for various mounts, I decided to go with this Cheetah two-arm articulating mount. Not only was the price less than half of the Best Buy mount, but I also liked the idea of two arms holding my brand new TV.

    So I got the mount and found that it was really easy to install. I don’t see what all the fuss is about with the directions being “difficult”. I think it helps if you have a technical mind (I’m an electrical engineer) because I had no problems with the directions at all. There are no assembly pictures in the directions, so if you are a visual learner, that…

  3. Gadabout "geeky guy" says:

    Easily Holds my 60″ plasma. Tilts and swivels just like it supposed too. Took me about 45 minutes to get the mount up and on the wall (by myself) and another 10 minutes later we hung the TV. Some have mentioned in previous reviews that it doesn’t move very easily. This can be adjusted by slightly loosening one of the ny-lock nuts on the swivel points. I wanted mine to be a little stiff, but not quite as stiff as it came. The adjustment was easy.

    Some folks said that it didn’t swivel to one side as far as they wanted. This is dependent on the size of the TV (how far it extends on the side of the mounts). A smaller TV will get more swivel before it contacts the wall, than my 60″ does. I get about 20 degrees of swivel at full extension.

    Some of the folks complained about the instructions. I didn’t see any issue with them, but I only checked them to see what the plastic spacers were used for (rounded back TV’s – most won’t need them.) For those that didn’t like the…

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