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OmniMount Introduces Video Basics

OmniMount has launched of VideoBasics low-profile flat-panel mounts. All three products in the line are engineered to meet proper panel installation requirements, while minimizing mounting profile.

With a mounting profile of 0.75 inches, the mounts set flat panels far enough from the wall to allow for easy connectivity of a standard HDMI cable, while allowing proper cooling to protect and prolong the life of the TV.

VideoBasics mounts are also convenient, with installation time reduced by means of a small footprint single wall plate design, which provides room for AV cutouts behind the panel.

Spacers are also included to accommodate panels with rear bump-outs. The line also features Lift n’ Lock for easy installation, locking bar for added safety and security, sliding lateral on-wall adjustment, universal rails for maximum compatibility, open architecture for simplified wiring and an installation template.

OmniMount’s VideoBasics mounts are manufactured for durability and functionality with an innovative design.

Available in three sizes to fit most medium to extra large panels, the slim profile mounts are made from heavy-grade steel and start at $79.95.

“OmniMount continues to be dedicated to providing innovative mounting solutions to accommodate all needs and price points and our latest offering is VideoBasics,” OmniMount’s senior vice president of sales and marketing, Alex Robertson said. “With panels getting lighter and thinner, we saw the need for a complementary mounting solution; by coupling this appropriately-thin design with an installer-friendly single wall plate, we expect installers and consumers alike to love this new offering.”

The VFM, VFL and VFX accommodate most flat panels from 23 to 42 inches and up to 80 pounds, 37 to 63 inches and up to 150 pounds, and 42 to 70 inches and up to 200 pounds respectively.

The VideoBasics mounts are all UL listed, which means that they’ve been tested and approved to hold more than four times their published weight capacity.