Cheetah Mounts ALAMLB Articulating Arm (20" Extension) TV Wall Mount Bracket, Fits 23-49" TVs with VESA 75 to 400 mm patterns and up to 66 lbs, It comes with hardware for both wall and TV mounting.
- Fits 23-49" TVs with VESA 75 to 400 mm patterns and up to 66 lbs
- 20" Extension yet only 2.5" when Collapsed
- 180° Swivel, 360° Rotation, +/-15° Tilt
- Single Stud or Masonry Installation
- All Hardware, 10' HDMI Cable, and 6" 3 Axis Bubble Level Included
The articulating arm extends up to 20” from the wall giving space for the ballhead motion. The mount collapses to 2.4” from the wall when needed.
The unique ballhead motion at the end of the arm mount allows for 360 degrees of rotation, making transitions from portrait to landscape orientation possible. The same ballhead also allows 180 degrees of swivel and +/- 15 degrees of tilt.
The base plate at the end of the arm mount fits hole patterns up to VESA 200x200. The included “wing” attachment pieces extend the covered hole patterns up to VESA 400x400.
The ALAMLB ships with a 6" 3-axis Magnetic Bubble Level to ensure level mounting.
A Twisted Veins 10’ High Speed with Ethernet HDMI cable is included, featuring a braided jacket and capable of 3D 1080P signals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it tilting?
Yes, it is tilting. It actually has a "ball" type mount in the center allowing it to be "tilted" in an infinite amount of directions. My son still has this in his room and he loves it. Highly recommend this mount.
Can I mount my 55 inch LG tv?
You can, but dont. I have a LG 55 and tried to mount it. It holds but is not very stable. I do not trust it. You can see the mount sagging at the joints and no matter how tight I make the ball, It can not support the weight of the TV.
Does it have to be mounted on stud?
Yes, and I am a professional home remodeler. It swings far enough side to side to catch a stud and still get the tv where you want it.
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- Fit 23-49" TVs with VESA 75 to 400 mm patterns and up to 66 lbs
- Rotation Adjustment 360°
- Swivels Up to 180°
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