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The best TV wall mounts for your home entertainment setup

Remember the days when a big-screen TV would basically take up an entire room? Those monstrosities were so huge you’d need to have a plan on where to set it up and once there it was never to be moved again. Thankfully those days are long gone and you can get flat-screen sets that are light and easily movable. Even better, you can add a wall mount to your system for ultimate flexibility.

Are you looking for a new TV? Don’t know where to start? Tap or click here for our buying guide for the best TVs on a budget.

Whether you’re looking to install your TV on the ceiling, a brick wall or just above the fireplace we’ve got you covered. Check out our list of the best TV wall mounts to find the perfect way to upgrade your home entertainment system.

1. Standard universal tilt – Mounting Dream for 37-70in TVs

This Mounting Dream model is perfect for most setups, landing squarely in the sweet spot for size. Plus, this mount is fairly low-profile, so it won’t distract and it comes with an HDMI cable, so you won’t have to go searching for one. Coming in at under $30, this model can fit into anybody’s budget easily and works for most TVs from 37-inches to 70-inches.

2. No frills fixed option

Here’s another option from Mounting Dream. This model allows you to place your TV close to the wall with a 1.2-inch flush profile, greatly saving space. It works for most flat-screen TVs ranging from 42-inches to 70-inches and can hold up to 132 pounds.

You’re going to love how easy installation is, too. Full range of hardware and a bubble level are packed in pre-labeled bags. And you can lock and release the TV quickly by simply pulling the straps.

3. One of the best versatile options

Sometimes you only have a small, inconvenient space where you can mount your TV. VideoSecu comes to the rescue with a mount that has full-motion, tilt, swivel, articulating dual arms. It works for flat-screen TVs from 27-inches all the way up to 65-inches. As a bonus, this mount comes with a six-foot HDMI cable for those frustrating times when you know you have one somewhere but just can’t remember where you put it.

4. For smaller TVs and spaces

With smaller TVs being so inexpensive these days, many people are putting them in every nook and cranny possible. Thankfully there are mounts that can help with even the tiniest of screens.

This AmazonBasics articulating mount supports a wide range of small to mid-size TVs and clocks in at around $20, so you won’t break the bank on installation. It works for all those 12-inch to 39-inch TVs that you can pick up for dirt cheap. Grab a few of these mounts now so you have them handy for the next time you find a great TV deal.

5. Perfect for the ultimate in-bed setup

How many pillows do you have to stack on the bed just to get the right angle for watching TV? Even when you find your sweet spot eventually you’re going to end up with a sore neck.

Fortunately, you don’t have to deal with problems like that in the modern tech world. Instead, pick up one of these AmazonBasics ceiling TV mounts and live the life of luxury while catching up with your favorite shows in bed. And say goodbye to those painful neck kinks. You’re not stuck with tiny screens, either. This works with up to a 65-inch TV and holds up to 100 pounds.

Regardless of what kind of television you have or how exactly you want your setup to work, these mounts are great options for everyone. But flexibility doesn’t have to stop with your TV! You can always mount another device, like a DVD or Blu-ray player, with this VIVO mounting bracket!

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