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Audio Solutions  Ceiling Mount Television Bracket

Part #: AUDASCM3260  |   Mfg #: AS-CM3260

Ceiling Mount Television Bracket

The AS-CM3260 Ceiling Television Mount has been designed to work with the Audio Solutions Audio Mounts and most 32 to 60 inch Plasma, LCD and LED televisions with a maximum weight of 132lbs (60kg). This sturdy single flat panel mount is ideal for any ceiling application, allowing you to maximize space and place your screen where you want it. Once installed, the tilt and height can be adjusted to suit your needs. Integrated cable management routes cables through the ceiling plate and pole to the television.

Audio Solutions Audio Mount accessories are designed to handle the load of the TV Audio Mount and television combined. Accessories include exclusive brackets for the Audio Solutions TV Audio Mounts, along with cable management solutions, as well as brackets needed to install a stand-alone television. Audio Solutions' television mounts offer quality, flexibility and value. All-steel construction ensures your TV mount will provide years of service.

  • Universal mount fits most 32 to 60 inch televisions
  • Mounts to reinforced wood or concrete ceilings
  • Tilt the television up to 5 degrees up or 15 degrees down
  • Height adjustable 31.5 - 59 inches
  • Rotate +/- 5 degrees at ceiling plate
  • Comes with sorted hardware pack for mounting to your television
  • All-steel construction
  • 5 year limited warranty
  • ETL listed
  • Television Size Supported: (most) 32" to 60"
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 132 lbs (60 kg)
  • Hole Pattern: 200*200, 400*400, 600*480mm
  • Rotary angle: ±180°
  • Tilting angle: +5°/-15°
  • Height Adjustable: 32.5-59 inches (1500-800mm)
  • Materials: Steel
  • Color: Black

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