Flat panel televisions cannot be placed in traditional TV cabinets on the floor, or on top of special TV stands we mount your tvs. They must be mounted on the wall by flat panel wall mountings. Flat panel wall mounts designed for TVs are specifically made to hold the screen securely in place, either flush against the wall or at an angle. Three types of flat panel mounts are available for mounting a TV screen.
The low-profile version of the wall mount is the most cost-effective and is also the easiest to install. It is similar to hanging a frame on the wall using low-profile brackets for mounting your TV. This model is the cheapest, but does not allow for any freedom in the direction of the TV. Once the TV set is mounted, you can’t move it up or back, to the left or right, or tilt the unit. You must remove the panel from the wall to replace cables or make any other repairs to the unit. The tilting mount, which is more mobile than the low-profile versions, is the second type of mount. The tilting mount is simple to install, but it allows viewers to adjust the vertical viewing angle for their television panels. The tilting flat panel wall mounting is less expensive than the low profile style.
Flat panel mounts with full motion are the most complicated and expensive of the three options, but they offer the most flexibility. This mount requires a moving arm so it is difficult to install. Installing this mount style requires at least two or three people. This mount style has a great feature: the TV can be moved away form the wall and not stuck in one place. It also allows for horizontal swiveling of the screen. The full motion mount allows for easy viewing from multiple positions.