Sanus Systems VMF220 - Soporte para televisores LCD, LED y plasma (VESA 500 x 400)
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- Sanus Systems 'original soporte LCD-/LED-/plasma-tvs con pantallas de 81 - 117 cm (32 "a 46") con eje "virtual"
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- 1 LCD-/LED-/plasma-bracket vmf220 "
Descripción del producto
Altura: 49,5 mm
Ancho: 538 mm
Capacidad máxima de peso: 45,45 kg
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad de tamaño de pantalla: 812,8 - 1193,8 mm (32 - 47")
Peso: 11,3 kg
Peso del paquete: 12,7 kg
Profundidad: 50,8 mm
Ángulo de giro (alcance): 75 - 75°
Ángulo de inclinación: 5 - 15°
Opiniones de clientes
Principales opiniones de clientes
Lógicamente al tratarse de un resistente soporte hay que anclarlo en una pared de exterior o de 12cm.
Hay un ligero inconveniente, que los tornillos que suministran está orientado a las casas de madera de América
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There is a design flaw though. If you set the lower lattice to the holes closest to the wedge that mounts to the "Head at the End of the Arm" (HEA) wall part you can not mount the TV properly. I had to remove the outer allen screws, cut a v into the HEA to clear the center screw head and trim the upper part of the lower lattice to allow the TV part to properly slide into the HEA (and it is still a very tight clearance). Once the TV is on mounted I can put the outer allen screws back in the lower lattice. Looking at it the designers forgot that these parts would interfere while assembling though they are clear once the TV is fully seated in the HEA. Maybe this is corrected with newer hardware version, could be why some places don't show 26"-46" support and instead have 32"-46".
Aside from the little problem this is a top notch TV wall mount. Now that it is together and modified I will not need to think about this again, well until I go to remove the 32" and replace with a 46" 3D TV around the end of 2012 or into 2013.
Relatively easy assembly, arm hides wires nicely (main reason I got this one).
Found out the TV mount rails are actually too big for a 37" screen: the tips of the vertical rails stick out on top from behind, like two little horns. Also, I'm not sure what smart guy designed wall-base such that the upper hole is wide (to allow adjustment), while the lower hole is a regular circular one - it would be much easier, in my view, to have it swivel a bit around the top one (the one that's actually holding more weight) than to try and move it around the bottom one during adjustment.
Also, turned out that even with the weight of the 37" screen, when the arm is fully extended and the screen is turned at about 90 degrees toward the wall, the screen ends up tilted by about 2 degrees, while perfectly level when parallel to the wall. The joints must be a bit too lose, or not wide enough, to allow this to happen.
Good product, but the pricing is a bit too high. Would get 5 stars from me if it were ~$40 cheaper.
SANUS SYSTEMS VMF220-B1 32"? 47" VisionMount Full-Motion Flat Panel Mount