Sometimes you need a bit of a tilt on your television - usually because it's mounted a little high to give you the perfect viewing angle. This bracket from Peerless is part of their Paramount range and gives 15 degrees tilt up or down so you can get your TV mounted just right on your wall.
There's also a small amount of roll adjustment too so you can get your TV perfectly level. Rather handy we think and the best way to get your TV set just right. Mounting it is easy and can be done by one person although never refuse a hand if offered to you!
You'll need the screws to fit the bracket to your wall as these will depend on your wall, but the rest is included. Measure up first and then fix the rear plate to your wall. Attach the front plate and then set to position for the perfect angle. Attach the provided screws to the rear of your TV and then slide and lock the TV onto the bracket. That's about it - you can use a spirit level to get the TV level but that's optional.
In the flat position the bracket will hold the TV 52mm from the wall. When tiltied the top and bottom will move further/nearer away but the central pivot will remain at that distance.
It's worth noting that this is a VESA bracket so your TV must be VESA 75. 100 or 200x100 compliant but that covers all the TV's 24" and under we've ever sold so you should be fine. There's an upper weight limit of 11kg too - but again, this covers any TV under this size we've come across. Finally, there' also a 5 year warranty from Peerlless with this bracket so you can be assured it will do the job and last!
If you do have any other questions then do get in touch and one of our experts will be happy to help you.
Do you need full technical specifications of this bracket?
We've got some basic information on our website but if you need full technical details on this bracket then click here to open a handy PDF document detailing every aspect of this bracket.
Do you need your TV to turn and pull away from the wall?
This bracket just tilts, so if you need more movement than this such as being able to pull it away from the wall then take a look at the PRMA150 instead which gives full motion and has an extendable arm.
Also known as: Paramount PRMT120