Royal Mounts™ In-Wall Articulating Mount for Small 23"-40" Displays
Our new in-wall mount from Royal is made to hang your flat panel display as close to the wall as possible. Built to mount between two 16" on-center studs, this in-wall box will fit any 23" - 40" flat panel television. Flexibility is the key as this mount pulls out to an impressive 19 inches. When pushed back into the box, the back of the TV rests at a remarkable 3/4" from the wall. The only thing that will get any closer to the wall than our mount is the paint!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The maximum VESA for this mount is 200x200mm. Check your owner's manual for fit. If you have any questions contact us and we will check the compatibility if needed.
Out of Sight
This recessed in-wall mount allows your TV to lay flat against the wall just as a picture frame does. The adjustable arms easily fold into the in-wall box so that they lay unseen. Conversely, the arms extend outward up to almost 19" to allow for any viewing angle. This mount has a 15º tilt, and it's able to swivel 180º.
No More Guessing
Stop playing guessing games when you install your mount! The ROY3512B comes with an easy-to-use wall pattern template that eliminates all uncertainty and guarantees your in-wall box will fit perfectly into the wall.
For those that take pride in their work, we've equipped this mount with easy to use wire management covers that are built right into the arms. This feature allows you to run the cables from the wall to the TV very discretely. Having the integrated wire management system helps you and your work look completely professional.
When the Dust Clears
A common problem that many installers are very familiar with is dealing with crooked displays. This stems from all the variables from the wall/ceiling to the display itself. Don't worry, we've got you covered…Our ROY3512B offers a unique horizontal adjustment feature that allows you to easily level the TV after installation.
Unhappy with the looseness or stiffness of the mount's motion??? You can easily remedy this by simply adjusting the tension at the joints with a large Allen key.