There are a huge range of TV wall mounts available, one very important point to consider before purchasing a wall bracket or wall mount to attach your TV to the wall, is how the fittings on the back of the TV are arranged, that is, are the HDMI sockets on the same plain as the flat screen TV or are they at 90 degrees .
This is a very important point to consider when wall mounting a flat screen TV, is to know how much room will be required between the TV and the wall to connect all the cables to each device that is connected to the TV.
Wall mounts can be either fitted very close to the wall, with no tilt or there are tilt adjustable wall mounts and there are also flexible swivel-arm wall mounts for installations where the TV can be utilised in various living areas of the home.
Wall mounting a large flat screen TV requires more thought than just mounting the TV onto a wall, other things have to be considered such as what external devices you are connecting to the TV. That is, do you have a DVD player, PVR or Foxtel box that you need to have connected to the TV.
If you do have a DVD player or Foxtel box that need to be connected to the TV, you need to consider that cables need to be run from each device to the TV, by either running cables in the wall cavity or externally in some sort of conduit.
Another point to consider if you are buying a new TV, is, the type of connections and number of connections on the new TV, do they support the devices that you already have, or do you need to upgrade your existing devices if they are not supported by the new TV
There is also the TV point and the power point that need to be connected to the TV. These need to be moved up behind the TV (to be out of site or hidden from view) or they need to be extended to connected to the new TV.
The last and if not the most important thing to consider when wall mounting a flat screen TV is, the actual height of the flat screen TV when it is finally attached to the wall. You do not want the flat screen TV to be too high or too low on the wall, it needs to be just right to get the best viewing experience from the TV.