OmniMount Makes TV Mounting A Breeze

OmniMount Makes TV Mounting A Breeze

Anthony Nguyen
Jun 15, 2009

We've shown you guys how to pull off a wall-mounted TV in the past, but zip ties and huge apparatuses are so 2008. OmniMount hopes to change all that, with its new self-titled, 'Omnimount.' Hoping to build upon simplicity more than anything, their installation amazingly takes only three steps to pull off a wall mount: merely attach the panel spacers to the TV's back, mount the wall brackets, and hang.

If you're concerned about the wiring, the TV still sits about 1.25" off the wall. They've tested with many cables and most cleared the wall even with a rear input. You can also use right-angle RCA's or´╗┐ if you're using HDMI cables, there are right-angle HDMI adapters that will turn your rear inputs into inputs that are parallel to the wall.

The mount itself, while small in nature, can carry flat panels between 12 and 42-inches and hold up to 40 pounds of VESA-compliant goodness.

Of course, you can always watch the installation process and become a believer yourself. We think it's safe to say, it's probably the easiest mounting tutorial we've seen yet. Enjoy the video below:

You can grab OmniMount's OmniMount for $40 later this month.

(Via Electronic House)

(Images: Thumbs up from Julie)

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