Sanus Systems LL22 Low-Profile Mount

December 28, 2011

Matt Bernath
President/CEO
Surreal Systems Inc., Anaheim, CA
surrealsystems.com

sanus low profile mount 

A self-professed “tech geek” since childhood, Matt Bernath started his own company with a passion for technology and a desire to help people. Specializing in the integration of multiple home systems, including AV, lighting and motorization, he has been a Sanus dealer for two years.
 
How do you rate the LL22?
We rate the product a nine of 10 because of the simplicity of installation, well thought out features, and competitive price.  This product installs consistently well, meaning that we can count on a quality finished product without any drama.  Specifically, it is nice to have the post installation leveling and height adjustments along with the stands that can be extended to hold the TV while connecting the cables.
 
For what types of installations is it best suited?
This product is well suited for nearly any flat wall installation, especially those where the nearby millwork is not perfectly level.  Many fireplace mantles and cabinets are just slightly out of level, making a perfectly level TV look incorrectly installed. With this mount we can quickly adjust the TV to match the "level" of the mantle or cabinet to provide a nice finished product.
 
What is one feature of the LL22 that stands out in your projects?
Quick installation is really the mainstay of this product, and happy customers would be the feature that stands out the most!
 
What features would you like to see changed or added?  
It would be nice if the price could be reduced a little, but that is really it!

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