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I random was thinking one day about a mount that could be pulled down to a comfortable viewing level and started to do my research. Everything I was seeing was leading me to this Mount.
At first, the price was holding me back from purchasing it right away. But knowing what we wanted and the return policy they have, I thought I would pull the trigger.
Within the first few days, I knew it was the right decision. It’s helped open up our living room (more space) and still give us an enjoyable experience. The quality of the mount itself helped to put me at ease about spending the money and trusting it would hold up. The quality of how well it functions and how easy it is to work is something that I was pleasantly surprised about as well.
I would definitely recommend this mount to anyone, if it made sense for their situation!!
(Truth on the downside which has nothing against the mount itself, just a FYI and something the think about)
First, when in the lowered position and because the TV is at head level for our kids (4 and 6), we have to constantly remind them to “WATCH OUT” for the TV when their playing!
Secondly, again nothing against the mount, just an over sight on my part. After installing the mount, the TV it stuck out a few more inches then expected. I forgot to add the mount to what I was figuring! lol The great part about Mantel Mount is that they offer a different mount that helps with that IF you’re willing to pay for it.
Our MM750 clears up to 24” if you surface mount it and NOT recess it, but as 24” is the upper limit, clearing a 24” mantel will definitely eliminate most swivel capability once the mantel is cleared.
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I hope this message finds you well. Yes, MantelMount can be installed with a stone or brick fireplace if the stone or brick is thick and secure, not just a flimsy façade, with the use of concrete anchors. Many of our customers install onto brick or stone.
Concrete anchors can be easily purchased at any hardware store. Simply use our lag bolts (for mounting into studs) as a guide when you visit the hardware store in order to get the correct anchors.
Also if the stone is uneven he will need hanger bolts and have to set the depth with a lock nut. This will create an even plain on the uneven surface.
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Due to the proprietary Bose 700 mounting holes being on the bottom, you will need a separate attachment to mount the soundbar to the MM540. I've provided the links below, that contain the soundbar attachments that will work.
You're definitely going to need to drill through the stone and get to the studs. You will need to purchase longer lag bolts. The lag bolts we provid are M8 x 60mm, so you will likely need 90 - 100mm lag bolt at minimum.
1 - Do I need the Sonos Beam wall mount also? Or does the Mantel Mount include everything I need?
2 - Can the soundbar mount on the Mantel Mount be adjusted so that it does not stick out beyond the small soundbar to the left and right?
The Sonos Beam will require the Sonos Wall Mount Kit. This is because the mounting holes are located on the bottom of your soundbar rather than the back. If you were to attach it to our bracket without the wall mount kit the speaker would point down rather than forward. The wall mount kit is an L bracket that will reverse the mounting holes (key holes typically) to the back of the sound bar
The horizontal brace that the beam would be attaching to is roughly 29" long(, you will need the SBXL universal soundbar adapter (sold direct), if you want to avoid any exposure of the standard attachment
Thank you for your interest in MantelMount. The MM540 can clear a maximum depth of 16". You also want to make sure that the height above your mantel is a minimum of at least the size of your TV and soundbar, plus an added 9".
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