The Paramount PRMP140 allows you to mount a TV up to 24 inches in size and then pivot the TV to get the perfect viewing angle. There's tilt here too so you can angle the set up to 15 degrees down or up. Due to that single articulated arm you can get up to 90 degrees left or right turn (depending on the set too of course!) so this bracket is perfect if you are looking to corner mount a TV for example.
Set up is easy - the rear bracket and arm needs fitting to your wall and you'll need to put the fixing screws (provided) into the rear of your TV before finally hanging it onto the bracket plate on the end of the arm. It takes minutes to install and can be done quite happily by one person.
When in the flat position the arm folds back to hodl the set around 6cm from the wall. Thanks to that arm you can pull the set out up to 181mm from the wall and then pivot to the desired angle, so you can opt to pull this set out anytime you need it or just leave it extended if you prefer. It's easy to move at any time.
As with all Peerless Paramount brackets you'll also get a 5 year warranty from Peerless on this bracket so you can be sure of years of happy use!
Do you need your TV to turn and pull away from the wall?
This bracket will allow you to pull the TV away from the wall due to its single arm, however the arm is more to allow you maximum pivot so doesn't give you complete flexibility when it comes to positioning the set. For example, you can't just pull the screen straight away from the wall. For that reason we wouldn't class this as a fullly articulated bracket although it may meet your needs anyway.
However, if you do want full motion then you'll probably benefit from a bracket with a double articulated arm. There is of course one available in the Paramount range, so take a look at the PRMA150 which will allow you to put the TV into pretty much any position imaginable.
Also known as: Paramount PRMP140
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