If you've recently found yourself in the market for television wall mounts, you've probably encountered a massive number of options. Lest you become overwhelmed, this article will explore the most common types of television wall mounts and help you choose the right mount for your television.
Low Profile Mounts
Low profile mounts are the most affordable type of television wall mount currently available. In addition, they are quite easy to install. One major drawback to this type of mount is that it neither moves or tilts. As such, connecting cables can be something of a chore, as this will require you to remove the television from its mount.
Tilting mounts are very easy to install and are only slightly more expensive than their low profile counterparts. As the name suggests, tilting mounts are able to tilt in an up-and-down fashion, enabling you to connect cables and devices to your television without removing it from its mount.
Full-motion mounts, as you may have guessed, are television wall mounts that are flexible enough to move in both up-and-down and left-right fashions. In addition to being the priciest type of television wall mount, they can also be somewhat tricky to install. Still, if you frequently connect devices to your television, the steep price tag and cumbersome installation process may prove worth the convenience.