TV placement peoples

matrix243

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May 15, 2001
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I need opinion on mounting a 55" in a nook 45deg corner. Can't see any examples of it anywhere so it's probably not recommended. I'm guessing with the tv inset there would be a reflection off of the side wall which is a distraction? My plan was to build a custom center in that corner.



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The other question is has anyone used this type of tv mount where all 4 lag bolts are inline so all the force is on that 1 lag bolt on top. Usually have across 2 studs. Wondering what kind of strain on that stud and bolt.


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matrix243

matrix243

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May 15, 2001
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Calgary
If you rotate the mount 90 degrees I don't think it will work or swivel the way you want it to check out the manual.


It show it being mounted flat to the wall into a stud how you going to hit studs between two walls with an angle and compensate for the TV mount not being into contact with a flat surface?

A lot of pressure for those screws and the wall to handle at an extreme angle.

its vertical inline
 
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matrix243

matrix243

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May 15, 2001
20,823
Calgary
This ones inset, would have reflection. Would also make for a cool effective on the media controlled back lighting.

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