OmniMount OMN-PLAY70 - Soporte para televisor (76,2 cm (30"), 152,4 cm (60"), 16,5 cm, Acero)
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Descripción del producto
El OMN-PLAY70 le permite interactuar con su TV cuando vea películas, juegue con al consola, haga ejercicio y mucho más- todo ellos desde un ángulo perfecto. El PLAY70 es un asequible soporte para TV interactivo diseñado para adaptarse a la mayoría de las posiciones del TV. El OMN-PLAY70 está equipado con la tecnología patentada Constant Force de Ergotron, lo que ofrece que el soporte responda incluso a al toque más ligero. • Adecuado para TV y pantallas de 30 – 60"
• Soporta hasta 15.9 – 31.8 kg (35 – 70 lbs)
• Inclinación:Desde +10° hasta -15º
• Perfil del soporte:165 mm (6.5")
• Extensión máxima:711 mm (28")
• Movimiento vertical:508 mm (20")
• Estándar VESA:Desde 200x100 hasta 600x400
• Garantía:5 Años
• Color:Aluminio pulido y terciopelo negro
Distancia a la pared (max): 7,1 cm
Distancia a la pared (min): 16,5 cm
Tamaño máximo de pantalla: 152,4 cm (60")
Tamaño mínimo de pantalla: 76,2 cm (30")
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OK, why 5 stars when I returned it?
Because the Play70 is a very well-engineered and high quality piece of hardware.
But... it was not the best solution for my bedroom and TV.
I ended up with a ceiling mount. This was only because my wall was short and there were no studs available in the only place I could mount the Play70.
However, things to know about the Omnimount --
It is big and heavy.
You may need two people to handle this.
The wall mount plate alone is 14 inches high by 4 inches wide.
You must measure carefully before installing this to the wall.
The reason is the mount cannot be adjusted until after the TV is mounted onto it.
And from a practical standpoint, you cannot mount the TV to the VESA plate until after the mount is installed to the wall.
So you have no way to "eye ball" how it will look with the TV added until after you have committed and screwed in the mount to the wall.
Study the Omnimount website as they have dimensional drawings you can study with measurements.
The offset is about 20 inches horizontal. In other words, the wall mount for the arm will be 20 inches away from the VESA plate, on which your TV is attached.
So if you want your TV centered when it's fully retracted, you need to install the mount 20 inches to the side of the final TV resting place.
Vertical placement is not as critical since the mount can move a TV up and down keeping the horizontal distance consistent as it moves.
One good thing is the mount itself and the wall mount as well will be hidden behind the TV if your screen size is 50 inches or larger. This is a key consideration.
There is no question the mount can hold as much as 77 pounds. You adjust the tension by turning screws. Once adjusted properly, the movement is very smooth.
The TV will stick out about 7 inches from the wall even when pushed fully back to the wall, so this not a slim profile. You can pull out the TV about 24 inches from the wall.
You can rotate the TV down, up, left, right, in any direction you want.
Again, this is a very nice piece of equipment and the force tension works well. Just know that the piece itself is large and heavy and mounting to a stud is critical.
Being my first wall installation, I took my time and read the instructions more than once. I also watched the installation video and used a level to make sure I was getting it right. Installation is fairly simple but could be dangerous if it goes wrong, so don’t be shy about hiring a pro. The arm itself is extremely heavy and is hung on the wall with 3 bolts. After hanging the TV you turn a tension screw until the arm can support your TV’s weight at all heights.
Despite many advantages it is worth considering the downsides this mount has compared to a fixed-position mount. For instance, the arm creates unique mounting challenges. A traditional wall mount would let you drill into a stud and then slide the TV to the left or right, but with this mount you need to account for a fixed starting point and a 20” arm. This can make choosing your mounting point tricky/ counterintuitive and it may even be impossible to have the TV positioned where you want while also hiding the mount behind it. It's also worth noting that the TV cannot be flush against the wall at every angle. If it is positioned directly above/ below/ in front of the mounting point, it will stick out. “Flush” is a relative term anyway since the arm plus mounting apparatus will create a roughly 7” gap between the wall and your TV. This isn’t dramatic at all in practice, and it makes sense for cord management, heat dissipation, etc. But the end result is more of a floating object than a picture on the wall.
I think the best thing about the Play70 is that I don't have to commit to one viewing angle. Contrary to what I had heard, there are plenty of scenarios where a TV that is way up high and angled downward is more comfortable than one at eye level. Having the TV out from the wall makes it look profoundly larger. And since we are relatively new to our house, there is plenty of range available to reposition the TV in a way that would be more aesthetically pleasing should we want to move the furniture around.
Incredible range of motion in all directions, plus bi-directional tilt and even a few degrees of rotation.
Looks more or less like a traditional wall mount when desired.
Once installed, anyone can manipulate the tv without difficulty and the TV stays where you leave it.
Compared to many mounts, this one looks almost elegant. The arm is enclosed in metal and has no scaffolding or innards showing.
The ability to move the tv closer to the viewer (2 feet from wall!) makes your screen appear substantially larger.
The arm is hidden in all but a few positions.
The mount is ready for that 70” OLED in a couple years:)
Takes some calculation to choose the right installation position.
It’s a beefy mount and creates a 7” gap between the TV and wall at its closest point.
The weight of the arm makes the install a little bit scary if you’ve never done one before.
A TV with less than a ~53” diagonal footprint would look awkward since it wouldn’t hide the mount. The 40" to 60" description is obviously not the intended range for a product called PLAY70.