A wall mount will make your new TV look great. With an articulating wall mount (also known as a full-motion mount), you can rotate, tilt, extend, retract, and even lower your TV. No matter where you sit, you’ll always have the best seat in the house.
The following is our list of the best full articulating TV wall mounts for small, medium, and large TVs, whether you plan to mount your TV in the corner, above the fireplace, or wherever else you choose.
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The Best Full Articulating TV Mount: Top 6 Picks
1. Mounting Dream MD2380-24K
MD2380-24K is a good budget mount if you have a TV between 26 and 55 inches in size. It has a strong frame made of cold-formed steel, which is stronger than most models at this price point.
You can swivel your TV 45 degrees to the left or right with its 6-arm design, extending it up to 15.1 inches from the wall. In addition, unlike other budget TV mounts, the MD2380-24K allows your TV to be rotated three degrees clockwise or counterclockwise, so you can level your TV even after installation. If you want to tilt your TV up or down by 5 degrees, you will need an Allen wrench.
A new update from Mounting Dream makes it possible to mount your TV on a concrete wall with its included anchors, as well as extenders that fit 16-18-inch wall studs.
The Dream TV Mount Full Motion TV Wall Mount fits most 26-55 inch flat screen TVs.
2. Vemount WD07003
This Vemount model can support TVs ranging from 32-65 inches, but you won’t have much room on either side if your TV is bigger than 55 inches due to its unique design.
If your TV is small enough, this full-motion mount can swivel your TV 45 degrees left or right. It has split backplates and dual articulating arms that are strong enough to hold a TV up to 99 pounds. If you have the space, you can tilt your TV up by 5 degrees or down by 12 degrees.
You can use this bracket to mount your TV on a brick or concrete wall if studs are 24 inches apart, or even off-center. There are anchors included with this mount, but one of the most common complaints is that the screws are not of high quality, so you might want to buy your own screws.
A full motion corner mount for 32-65 inch Samsung LG Vizio TVs from Vermont.
3. EchoGear EGLF2
EchoGear’s EGLF2 Wall Mount is an excellent option for those with large TV’s. This highly-rated mount is capable of handling flat-screen TVs from 42 to 90 inches and up to 125 pounds.
This EchoGear mount feels less stiff than cheaper models, and it’s easy to move around, too. It also comes with a built-in knob, so you don’t need a wrench to adjust the tilt. Besides swiveling 65 degrees left or right, this wall mount tilts five degrees up and fifteen degrees down. In addition, it stretches up to 22 inches and retracts to 2.4 inches.
You can mount the mount on brick or concrete, but no hardware is included. You can rotate your TV up to 3 degrees either clockwise or counterclockwise after you mount it.
Designed to fit big TVs up to 86″ – Smooth Swivel, Tilt, and Extension.
4. Kanto PDX650
One of the best full-motion TV mounts you can get if you want a clean home theater setup is the Kanto PDX650. It comes with a cable-management system, so you can easily organize your cables behind your TV. If you plan to hide your wires in the wall, the open-frame design allows for more space to add a power extender kit behind your TV.
There is a weight limit of 125 pounds with this articulating wall mount, and your TV can extend up to 21.8 inches from the wall, but when you retract it, your TV will sit only 2 inches away from the wall.
This Kanto wall mount extends so far that it allows your TV to be swiveled an impressive 80 degrees either way. Additionally, it is able to tilt 15 degrees down and three degrees up to reduce glare. However, it can only accommodate studs as far apart as 16 inches. If your studs are farther apart, you might want to consider the Kanto PDX680.
PDX650 Kanto Full Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount for 37-inch to 75-inch TVs.
5. MantelMount MM340
Sometimes you can’t avoid mounting your TV over a fireplace, so you have to do so. One of the best pull-down TV mounts for that situation is the MantelMount MM340. With it, you can extend your TV up to 19 inches from the wall and then drop it down by 27 inches to move it in front of your fireplace.
The two gas pistons on this wall mount make it easy for you and your family to pull your TV down. The base also has two handles, so when you pull your TV down, you won’t have to touch your screen. In order to prevent your TV from bumping into your mantle or scratching your walls, it features vertical stop, swivel stop, and auto-straightening.
It can be swiveled 30 degrees in either direction and retracts back to 5.5 inches away from your wall, and it can work with TVs up to 80 inches in size. It has a weight limit of 90 pounds. If you want your TV to be flush with the wall, you can also get the MantleMount Recess Box, which will allow your TV to sit 1.8 inches from your wall. You will have to purchase the Single Stud Wall Adapter at the same time.
A TV mount with patented auto-straightening on the MantelMount MM340 above the fireplace.
6. Sanus VLF628-B1
Among the best-selling brands of TV mounts in the United States, Sanus is one of the most reliable brands. If you want a dependable TV wall mount, the Sanus VLF628-B1 is a great choice. It has a good cable management system, as well as a panel at the back to hide your streaming device. This mount tilts your TV very easily with a single finger.
The VLF628-B1 works with large TVs between 46 and 90 inches large that weigh up to 150 pounds. The mount can extend out from the wall up to 28 inches, but when retracted it sits 3.25 inches from the wall, which is slightly higher than other mounts. Like other models, this full-motion mount can tilt up to 15 degrees, but it can only swivel 30 degrees.
It is easy to install the Sanus MLF13-B, and you can use it with studs that are 16-24 inches apart, as well as brick and concrete walls. Plus, unlike other models, you can move your TV laterally once it’s mounted. After mounting your TV, you can rotate it up to 2 degrees in either direction so it will be perfectly level, even if your studs are off-center.