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Eric Leckington from clearfield, UT– Verified Buyer
good product for the price easy to mount have a great time watching my movie screen in my house and the kids love it too
A Solid Product
C-Tek Power & Communications Ltd. from North Saanich, BC– Verified Buyer
A very soild product the wall brackets are built well and the hooks are very strong for holding up projection screens. The only minor issue is they get in there own way for mounting them. Putting in the upper screw or bolt can be started easily enough but tightening them down is akward as either the angle support or the hook is in the way. Once secure though, they are very sterdy.
Kerry from Salt Lake City, UT– Verified Buyer
This was perfect for getting our projection screen away from the wall and over our white board. Looks great in our conference room.
Projection Screen Mounting brackets
G Raeburn from Orillia, ON, CAN– Verified Buyer
The mounting brackets were easy to install and completely compatible with th Projection Screen purchased. I selected the 10" by 14" brackets to avoid wall obsticles below. I chose white over black at a premiul price because it matched the colours in the room in which it was mounted.
The brackets easily hold my 150" screen!
Chris from Placerville, CA– Verified Buyer
I mounted these brackets and screwed them securely into wall studs. While the brackets did not include screws, it was easy enough to buy 4 lag screws that gave me the security I wanted/needed to mount my 150" screen. The challenge was to find studs that aligned with the ends of the screen. That worked out, then I was a bit concerned about getting in level. The use of a laser level was perfect and use of the included eye hooks holding the screen allows for some 'fine tuning'. I put a level on top of the screen at the center and had a perfectly level screen in literally minutes! The brackets and included hardware are plenty sturdy to hold the 150" steady when pulling the screen down and/or returning it to a fully closed position.
served my purpose
terry404 from KY– Verified Buyer
supports the screen I installed at our church.
they work fine
Mr.Du from Colorado
+Several offset distances available
n from kc– Verified Buyer
Just What I Needed
bluzdude from Redding, CA– Verified Buyer
Home theater. Looks like a 90 inch LCD!
tony from antioch, ca– Verified Buyer
That is a pretty strong pair of brackets. But I think they should came with some screws.