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I need recommendations on tv wall mounts.

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42" Insignia (Best Buy brand, 2009)

What do you have experience using or what highly rated suggestions do you have?
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It depends on how much you are willing to spend, as well as what type of mount you want. There are generally three types: fixed, tilting, and full motion.

Fixed is immovable, meaning once you set the position of the TV, you cannot move it or angle it without going behind the TV, unscrewing the stabilizers, and angling it.

Tilting allows you to angle the TV up or down. Full motion usually has an arm so you can move the TV on the arm, left/right angling, and up/down angling.

Sanus Systems (also available at Best Buy) and Arrowmounts (available on online retailers such as Amazon) are, in my opinion, the best options. They can range from ~$30 (fixed) to ~$150 (full motion). Make sure you get a mount that supports both the size and weight of your TV.

Happy TV watching!
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