Hi guys me back again with a question that is probably fairly standard but if I get it wrong, it's going to cause me issues!
I've previously had my TV wall mounted, it took me days of drilling, I destroyed a few drill bits and it was generally difficult, however I understand the benefits of having it wall mounted.
I took it off the wall and have it on a stand with glass shelves, unfortunately my wife is not a fan of this choice and I now need to think of other options for the TV.
If I go back to wall mounting then I'm hoping I can get the TV on an arm style mount, so it can be pulled away from the wall and rotated.
If this is possible I would then like to wall mount a PS4 pro and a Nintendo switch behind the TV, which this type of stand should allow
The TV is the UE40KU6020K, I previously mounted it with Xenta Low Profile Fixed TV Wall Mount 32" - 65" TVs which I got from ebuyer in 2010, I'm surprised it even worked with the TV as I hadn't checked prior to attempting install.
The TV is alleged to support VESA and Mini VESA but not ultra slim or slim mounts, I'm wondering how true this is today