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The Sanus VMPL3 is a higher mid-range adjustable television mount with a more versatile range than the VMPL.

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Pros

Can accomodate huge TVs up to 84" and 280 lbs

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Straightforward installation .. it still takes a good deal of time, though

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Fits almost all TVs

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Good features / price value

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-6 to 12 degree tilt

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Includes both flush-mount and tilt-mount hard ware

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Lateral shifting possible

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Includes a ton of hardware to mount to any type of TV

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Can be set up with very low profile 1.75" depth in the flush mount setup

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Cons

Includes extra hardware that you'll never use .. ie. flush-mount hardware if you decide to tilt-mount and vis versa

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Limited lateral movement when installed using 3 studs

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The Sanus VMPL3 is a higher mid-range adjustable television mount with a more versatile range than the VMPL. It can accommodate televisions sizing from 28" to 84" and ranging up to 280 pounds. It has interchangeable brackets, one set of which allows for tilting and a 2.5" profile depth, the other which is fixed-tilt but has a shorter, 1.75" profile. Both of these types of brackets are included in the kit. The brackets are on rails that can be shifted laterally to allow for different positioning, even if the screws are off-centre. The rear panel also has cut-away rectangles that can be used to route cabling from the television to other A/V devices. The entire unit is made of high-grade powdered steel.

Features

 

  • High-grade steel rails and brackets
  • Sliding brackets
  • 2.5" depth to wall with tilting brackets, 1.75" with low-profile but fixed brackets
  • Designed for 28" - 84" flat-screen televisions
  • Max weight capacity 280 lbs.
  • +6/-12 degree tilting (using tilt brackets)
  • Stylish, high-tech aesthetic
  • Cut-away back panels to route cables
  • Lateral shifting
  • All hardware included
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Erik
08/03/2010 12:46

Just picked this up, but haven't set it up yet. Will review more once I play with it a bit.

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