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Old 01-29-2016, 11:00 PM   #21
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Thanks. The tv hangs down so don't need a brick wall.

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Old 01-30-2016, 09:21 AM   #22
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This is what I used for an outside mount. Having a swing/tilt didn't sit well with me due to the fact that's added stress to the mounting on the exterior wall. This type of mount allowed me to simply lift off and move the TV to its new location. One piece gets screwed to the back of the TV the other 2 pieces get mounted to the locations where the TV is to be viewed. The bedroom mount has a swing arm, that stayed in place. I just simply bolted the plate to the swing arm. The cable I use is coax. One end is screwed to the TV the other I put a quick disconnect on the coax. If it takes longer than 90 seconds to move the TV from one location to another then I must be in a body cast.

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