• The VMPL50A's build quality is solid and robust
and its finish is smooth and well done, which is nice given the fact
that Sanus knew ahead of time that their work and attention to detail
was ultimately going to be hidden by the HDTV
mounted in front of it.
Installing the VMPL50A is easy and straightforward and able to
completed by a single person -no DIY skills really required. If you can
read and follow instructions than you can hang your prized HDTV with the
• The sheer level of adjustment afforded to you by the
VMPL50A is terrific and among the best I've seen from any tilting wall
mount on the market today.
• The VMPL50A's tab locking system is more convenient than many security bar and lock systems. Low Points
There are more affordable tilting wall mount solutions out there but
none as feature laiden and easy to use than the VMPL50A -at least none
that I've seen and or used day-to-day.
• For those looking to jump
aboard the Sharp 80-inch HDTV train the VMPL50A isn't going to be the
mount for you since its compatibility stops just short at 70-inches. Competition and Comparison
can't throw a rock in an HD showroom without hitting a mount capable of
affixing one to your wall, table or ceiling. HDTV mounts are becoming
as common as a cold with prices ranging from the super cheap to you have
to be kidding me. Other manufacturers that compete with Sanus directly
that are potentially worth your consideration are Omni Mount
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and Furniture page
just under $150 retail the VMPL50A tilting wall mount from Sanus will
not only affix and secure your HDTV to your wall with ease but also
provide you piece of mind that should you want to adjust and/or move
things in the future the process will be trouble free. As far as HDTV
mounts go, if you don't require a telescoping armature or automated
control, you would be hard pressed to do better than the VMPL50A wall
mount from Sanus.Additional Resources
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