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No, when the arm is fully retracted to the wall, the tv mount sits to the left or right of the base rather than aligned at the center. If your stud is not in the exact center of where you want the center of your tv, this is fine. But in my case, the stud is right in the center of my fireplace wall so the tv sits to the… see more No, when the arm is fully retracted to the wall, the tv mount sits to the left or right of the base rather than aligned at the center. If your stud is not in the exact center of where you want the center of your tv, this is fine. But in my case, the stud is right in the center of my fireplace wall so the tv sits to the side. Frustrating. see less No, when the arm is fully retracted to the wall, the tv mount sits to the left or right of the base rather than aligned at the center. If your stud is not in the exact center of where you want the center of your tv, this is fine. But in my case, the stud is right in the center of my fireplace wall so the tv sits to the side. Frustrating.
StassiKayy
· August 19, 2018
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The mount/base that attaches to the wall measures about 3"x12.5", but there is a cosmetic plate that snaps over that base (to hide the screws, etc.) which measures about 3.5"x13".
SR
· March 13, 2017
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The original answer is incorrect. It works in SOME TV's in that range. Did not fit my LG 65" with 300 by 300 vesa pattern.
Douglas Kimball
· December 1, 2018
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Assuming that it has a standard pattern for the mounting bolts I suspect it'll be fine. It says it's good up to 132 lbs, and I can at least say that my 60" TV doesn't seem to be any problem for it whatsoever.

I am thus far really quite pleased with this thing, I was a bit worried that it wouldn't be a robust produc… see more
Assuming that it has a standard pattern for the mounting bolts I suspect it'll be fine. It says it's good up to 132 lbs, and I can at least say that my 60" TV doesn't seem to be any problem for it whatsoever.

I am thus far really quite pleased with this thing, I was a bit worried that it wouldn't be a robust product given the price difference between this and the really high-end versions of it. The only real thing that I can say is inferior to the high-end ones is that its articulation isn't QUITE as smooth and easy, but for the price it's great, and my guess is that it'll be fine for your purposes. see less
Assuming that it has a standard pattern for the mounting bolts I suspect it'll be fine. It says it's good up to 132 lbs, and I can at least say that my 60" TV doesn't seem to be any problem for it whatsoever.

I am thus far really quite pleased with this thing, I was a bit worried that it wouldn't be a robust product given the price difference between this and the really high-end versions of it. The only real thing that I can say is inferior to the high-end ones is that its articulation isn't QUITE as smooth and easy, but for the price it's great, and my guess is that it'll be fine for your purposes.

Kindle Customer
· August 23, 2017
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maybe 0.75"-1" space, but beware that a heavy tv will force this bracket to lean forward. You will have a significant amount of forward tilt with a large tv. As an owner of this bracket, i do not recommend it
Rhett S.
· August 15, 2019
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While this is not technically a corner mount, I mounted my 40" on the stud 16 inches away from the corner. The arm is long enough to rotate the TV into the corner very nicely, and the TV is large enough to hide the base of the mount, so it looks pretty natural.
Derek O.
· March 14, 2017
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That would require buying a sound bar mount
Eric
· April 27, 2019
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Yes
Michael Alan Hanson
· June 30, 2019
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Yes, It comes with everything needed to attach the tv to it and all screws needed to mount it on the wall
James H.
· February 27, 2017
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Full extension is about 8 inches. Fully collapsed it is 2 inches flush. Be mindful about making sure it is level because once installed on the wall there are zero adjustments to make it straight.
Kevin B.
· December 31, 2019