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post #1 of 3 Old 12-26-2010, 02:49 PM - Thread Starter
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What are you guys using?

I'm looking for something super low profile for my tv since it's only 1.2" thick.
I am planning on getting some 90° adapters for my cables to get it as flush to the wall as possible.
I have seen some of the cable-type mounts that allow you to hang it like a painting.
However, I am a little nervous about mounting it that way...

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I say just epoxy some wire onto the TV and hang it from a nail, should be just fine!

I've seen those mounts, and to be honest, I don't trust them at all compared to the VESA mounts. Just looks unsafe. But I guess if the TV isn't too heavy it might be worth a shot.

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Yeah I mean it only weighs like 37 lbs, but I would cry if I hung it half-assedly and it crashed.

What about this or

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