60 TV matched with a IB40-400 TV Bracket - The perfect fit for a slim fitting Ultra Slim TV Wall Mount

Has anyone visited John Lewis lately? They have a Sharp 60” TV on display at an amazingly low price of £1,119 which sits perfectly on our IB40B-400 TV Bracket! As ever with such an amazing price point we’ve had a huge surge in phone calls inquiring whether any of our 60" TV brackets will fit this and how close to the wall can this TV be mounted.

We’re pleased to say our IB 40-400 fits the Sharp LC60LE636E perfectly! Your 60" TV bracket will be 20mm off the wall and the TV bracket will seem unobtrusive to the eye. With a weight rating of 75kg your new 30kg Sharp TV will sit perfectly happy on the wall (“,). We asked a customer to take a picture of their new 60" TV mounted onto the wall using our IB40-400 TV bracket (Image 1 & Image 2) . From the pictures it’s great to see another satisfied customer!

With LED TV’s and OLED TV’s getting slimmer each time a new model is released, we wanted to give you some friendly hints and tips when browsing in-store for your next ‘big’ purchase;

  1. Ask the sales assistant what are the VESA fitting measurements (used when buying a TV bracket i.e. the IB40-400 TV bracket has a VESA fitting of 400 x 400)
  2. Is the power cable plugged straight in on the back (facing the wall) of the TV or from underneath (facing the ceiling upright). We’ve spotted a number of models which have the power cable facing straight onto the wall which then stops you from mounting your TV close to the wall. The purpose of buying an ultra slim TV bracket is to mount is as close as you can (“,). If you run into the problem of coming across a TV which has the HDMI cables and power cables directly on the back, you are better of purchasing one of our slim tiling tv brackets such as the IB71B for £29.99.

If you require any further information regarding VESA measurements for your TV or any other TV related question, please visit our FAQ page or give us a call on 07541 081 397.


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