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Old 02-20-2017, 04:15 PM   #1
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Hi Guys - You may have heard of this already but thought I would post a comment about my experience with a new wall bracket that I just bought from Dynamic Mount. I have to say it has been great and it is an awesome TV mount. A bit expensive but totally worth the price. I was scratching my head for the longest time how to mount a TV over my fireplace which has a very high mantel and would have given us a headache to watch TV. I've attached a few pictures of it. Happy to answer any question if you have any.

Oh also, here's their website ->! dynamicmountingdotcom

I am also getting a rebate because I posted this but it is truly something to buy if you want to put your TV over the fireplace.
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I see that you have 12 bolts to the wall frame. Is it because they are not mounted to the studs and used anchors instead?

I went with Mantelmount bracket instead.
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Old 07-02-2017, 12:31 AM   #3
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The top two bolts to the wall must be the strongest, as they take all the force of the mount when moving it around, also when stationary.
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