Installation Tips LCD Monitor

Sunday, 18 April 2010
Liquid Crystal Display monitors are especially popular because these work great as Television screens and as computer screens as well. Furthermore, when coupled with chief mounts these provide vision at a natural angle that is comfortable and safe for the screen to be suspended at. The first and most important tip about chief mounts installation is knowing which mount you want for your LCD. You will find basically two types of mounts; fixed and non-fixed. In the fixed variety, as the name applied, the angle of the mount cannot be adjusted and for this reason you need to be very careful when installing the mount so that it is exactly at the angle you want it to be. On the other hand, the non-fixed type allows the viewing angle to be adjusted up or down, left or right, diagonally and also in a combination of these.

An important aspect to the installation process is determining exactly where you want your LCD monitor to be mounted on the wall. LCD monitors serve as a decorative addition to the room, however is placed incorrectly they might simply make the room look crowded and messy. To avoid this, make some setting adjustments, move the furniture around and decide where you want the mount to be before you begin drilling. After this, simply following the instructions given with the mount bracket will guide through installing the bracket at the back of the screen and on the TV. There are a few additional tips you should keep in mind to achieve the best result and minimize risks.

1. Do not add any additional load other than that of the TV on the mounted bracket.

2. There is a ventilation hole in the TV - this should not be covered.

3. It is not advisable to use the mounting brackets for one item with another. Each type of bracket is designed for a specific product and using it with another model could cause serious damage to the item in question.

4. Once the wall mount and LCD monitor are in place, avoid trying to adjust the bolts and screws or changing the position of the mount as this could make the mount unstable and result in the monitor falling.

5. Use a spirit level once the mount is on the wall to make sure the bracket it level. This is especially important if you have installed a fixed type of bracket as these cannot be adjusted later.

The guidelines above should guide you through installation, maintenance and handling of your LCD monitor mount.

9 comments:

  1. lihat lihat said...

    nice info broth hihihi.....

  2. rumah blogger said...

    wah mantap banget ya....

  3. Bang Ancis said...

    Great article, I hope this article can help someone else... wkkkkk

  4. MUSIC 4 US said...

    nice posting semoga bisa post yang lebih banyak lagi

  5. netmild said...

    yah gue kelimax sob hehehe lama tak jumpa kemane aja gan

  6. rizalsaputra81 said...

    good tips

  7. sexy girls said...

    WOOW,, MANA NI GOOGLE ADSEN NYA?

  8. nanti cari LCD dulu, hehehe

  9. Sudino Dinoe said...

    Nice info..

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