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Product dimensions and other helpful tips for wall-mounting your TV

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    TV mounting options

    If you're trying to decide on the best place to put your TV, there are a few options available. You can place it on a table or within an entertainment center. Alternatively, you can choose to mount it onto a wall, which can save space and provide a better view while also keeping it out of reach of pets and children.

    Before mounting your TV on a wall, make sure that it's the right size for the desired location and that you have the correct wall mount kit. You will need the weight, size, and VESA hole pattern (i.e. H x V hole spacing) on the back of your TV. You can find this informaiton on the TV specification sheet for your model.

    TV wall mount


    TV wall mount standard

    Selecting a mount for your TV is largely a matter of preference, but along with your TVs weight and size, there's one specification you'll want to familiarize yourself with to avoid any compatibility issues.

    This simple specification is referred to as a VESA size (or pattern) and indicates the position of the four mounting holes on the back of your TV that accept a standard screw. The VESA standard is widely used in the industry and is supported by most TV manufacturers. Using a VESA-compatible mount can help ensure a secure and stable installation for your TV.

    Without your TVs VESA pattern, you may end up purchasing a mount that doesn't fit your TV - a headache that can be easily avoided!


    TV dimensions and other measurement details

    If you plan on mounting your TV into a special enclosure, home theater application, or other custom install situation, then more detailed information may be necessary. To view the product dimensions for these types of installations, please select the model series of your TV.

    Note: If you aren't sure which model you have, refer to the How to find your model number article for details on how to find it.


    2023 L series models


    2022 K series models


    2021 J series models


    2020 H series models


    2019 G series models