65" TV wall mount


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Old 05-29-24, 05:58 PM
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65" TV wall mount

Got an irresistible deal on a 65" LG , but now trying to figure how and where to install it.
installing over the fireplace will make it almost touch the ceiling.
Putting on a stand is an option but it is a bit wobbly.
The best option is to mount on corner. What I don't know is, is it possible to wall mount on corner ? If so , how ?
 
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I have a TV mounted on a standard articulating mount in a corner, the bracket is actually mounted next to the corner on the wall with the TV positioned into the corner. My bracket doesn't extend out far enough to get my 55" TV to a proper 45 angle in the corner. So pay attention to the mount you buy to make sure it's big enough for a tv that large.

Because the mount's arms are almost fully extended for corner installations it places a tremendous load on the bracket and how it's attached to the wall. I would get a double arm type that mounts to both walls.
 
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Old 05-30-24, 05:09 PM
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Thank you both. After checking all options, I have decided not to mount it. Rather buy a stand and put it on stand using reinforced support legs
 
 

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