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Product NameSwiveling-Tilting-Extends 24" For Sony Bravia 32 37 40 46 50 52 Plasma Lcd
CategoryElectronics / Photography
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Long DescriptionUniversal Articulating wall mount bracket for 27'' to 52'' flat panel Plasma and LCD displays. This mount has a feature like no other that you can shift the TV left or right of center up to 4'' for centering on your wall. The Articulating arm extends from 5'' out to 24''. The arm has a cable management system build right into it to help keep the cables hidden and hanging. The mount is made out of steel. The mount comes with the adapter plate to fit up to VESA 700mm x 450mm hole patterns.
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