DQ Colossus Heavy Duty Black TV Wall Mount
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The DQ Colossus Heavy Duty Black mount is suitable for large televisions with variable inches and can carry many kilos. The double arm provides extra stability. The adjustment function ensures a perfect viewing position, the bracket can swivel and tilt. The extra great wall distance allows mounting at exceptional points but also can be folded if needed. Furthermore many VESA compatibilities are possible to install.
Universal mount suitable for TV sets of many manufacturers, such as Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, Phillips, Sharp, Toshiba, LG and other device manufacturers with the appropriate hole spacing or VESA standards.
|VESA Compatibility||200mm x 200mm, 200mm x 300mm, 300mm x 300mm, 400mm x 200mm, 400mm x 300mm, 400mm x 400mm, 600mm x 200mm, 600mm x 400mm, 800mm x 400mm, 900mm x 600mm, Non-VESA|
|Bracket Style||Swivel and tiltable|
|TV Size||60"-100"(117-203 cm)|
|Maximum VESA||900 x 600mm|
|Max. weight||80 kg|
|Wall distance||7 - 62,5 cm|
|Tilts down to||15°|
|Tilts up to||15°|
|Pivot Points||3 Pivot Points|
|Packaging weight||19 kg|
Is the TV size important, when choosing a TV wall bracket? TV sizes are no longer important when you choose a TV wall mount or TV stand. Vesa size and TV weight are.
Does the VESA size of your TV match with the TV bracket? And how do I find the VESA measurement of my device? On the back of LCD TVs or computer monitors are threaded holes (4 or 6 pieces), in each of which a screw can be turned. With the help of these attachment points, the wall bracket is attached to the device. To determine the VESA measurement, first measure the horizontal and then the vertical distance (from center to center) of the threaded holes. For example, for a VESA value of 200x100mm, the distance from left to right (horizontal) is 200mm and the distance from top to bottom (vertical) is 100mm.
Does the weight of your TV exceed the maximum weight of the TV bracket? Make sure the this isn’t the case.