Suggested Retail Price $149.95
Wall mounting a projector has never been easier!
What I want is a seven foot tall marble statue of a Greek god to hold my home theatre projector aloft. But what I need is a just simple way to mount my projector at the perfect height for picture clarity and an unobstructed view. Sometimes you have to compromise! Well, in cases where my range of ceiling mounts don’t suit your particular room or ceiling configuration, you won’t have to compromise at all.
That’s thanks to this great Premium Universal LCD & DLP Projector Wall Mount Bracket. With it, you get the same great versatility as other, ceiling-mounted models – things like 15 degree vertical tilt, 360 degree horizontal rotation and a sizeable 20 kilogram load capacity – but you also get also the freedom of a wall-mounted system!
This bracket can be attached to a stud at the back of your media room or office conference room, completely sidestepping the need for a ceiling that has load-bearing beams available. That makes it great for rooms with suspended ceilings or light fittings in the way, and you’ll still be able to achieve a great projection angle and height placement.
The right-angled arm that comes from the wall bracket is extendable between 430mm to 650mm, so it can accommodate almost any shape of projector pointing in all directions as required. It also has a cable management system and a batte black finish that’ll blend right in with your décor. The universal mounting arms can be adjusted for just about any 3 or 4 point projector mounting holes, so it won’t take long to have things neat and tidy again!
Due to the universal nature of this unit, it would be impossible for me to list all the compatible LCD and DLP Projectors (and it would grow every day), so your best bet is to break out the measuring tape or ruler and find out for yourself! It’s easy. Here’s how:
This projector mount also includes additional fittings to suit projectors with non-standard or awkward mounting systems.
Please note: As with all wall and ceiling brackets, a timber stud or beam is essential for proper, safe mounting.