Sony SU-WL830 Swivel Wall Mount for XBR-65X930E and XBR-75X940E

Sony SU-WL830 Swivel Wall Mount for XBR-65X930E and XBR-75X940E

Sony SU-WL830 Swivel Wall Mount for XBR-65X930E and XBR-75X940E

Sony SU-WL830 Swivel Wall Mount for XBR-65X930E and XBR-75X940E

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  • For Use with XBR-65X930E and XBR-75X940E
  • Provides up to ±15° of Swivel

Sony SU-WL830 overview

  • 1Description

Mount your Sony XBR-65X930E or XBR-75X940E to the wall with the Sony SU-WL830 Swivel Wall Mount. It provides up to 15° of swivel adjustment in both directions. When used with the XBR-65X930E, the mount will hold the TV only 2.32" from the wall.

Hang Your TV Flat on the Wall
With this wall-mount bracket, you can hang your compatible TV nearly flush to the wall.
Designed to Provide Enhanced Viewing and Access
The bracket swivels up to 15° in each direction for easy adjustment of the TV to suit your space and needs. Easily access connections and watch from the optimum viewing angle.
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Sony SU-WL830 Swivel Wall Mount for XBR-65X930E and XBR-75X940E
  • Assembly Hardware
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Sony SU-WL830 specs

    Number of Displays Supported 1
    Swivel Adjustment -15 to +15
    Orientation Landscape
    Packaging Infoaatcbsdxvdyrxwvrxrs
    Package Weight 21.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 44.4 x 13.6 x 5.0"

    Sony SU-WL830 reviews

    SU-WL830 Swivel Wall Mount for XBR-65X930E and XBR-75X940E is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Mount , heavy built, easy to swivel the 75 TV Nice Mount , heavy built, easy to swivel the 75 TV
    Date published: 2017-09-19
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Almost no up/down range; manuals does not explain use Worst manual possible for up/down range of motion; and hardware for same is not discussed anywhere. Really difficult to make sense of how to do it. Here is my suggestion. The problem - need for up/down motion- arises when you cannot get the picture screen middle mounted at your typical eyeball level viewing position at the right distance for your normal� viewing pleasure. It matters because the 4k viewing angles� and distance from screen are crucial for maximum benefit of the 4k technology. The picture center is the lower edge of the mounting bracket at the mid point. But the mounting system is above the horizontal center line, and if you have an existing mounting installation into your drywall/studs, it was very probably originally installed with the center line horizontal center line lower. My system to support a 65" Panasonic Plasma which weighed about 160 lbs, was 3 vertical to the floor 2x6 and a horizontal 2x10 mounted with� countersunk 5" lag bolts� and about 30 #12 1.5" sheet metal screws with washers at the intersections of the available openings top/bottom, and middle. Not wanting to strain the already punctured 2x4 studs behind the drywall, presented the problem that it was TOO LOW fore the Sony Mount.� So we added another 2x10 above and used more lag bolts into studs and construction grade multi-nail plates to join the two 2x10s using 1.5" drywall screws. The Sony manual on where to place the Sony mount is ok, but the center is about 3-5 " higher. what to do. First get out your camera and tripod and tape measure. Sit down in your usual position and measure the vertical height of your eyes when viewing. Now use your camera to focus on the midpoint of the Sony mount and leave it ready to sight on the screen when you install it on the mount. Get some 1" wrapping ribbon -non sticky- and make a big cross left/right & top/bottom using sticky tape only on the sides to hold the tape in place. Now sight in with the camera on the center of the front screen. The Sony SU WL830 Swivel Wall Mount hardware is inadequate and the instructions for up/down angularity are non-existent. What to do? Well the Bravia 65x930e hardware comes with 4 stand outs of 2 each with large vs smaller thread sizes matching the numbered left/right screw-in holes. They are labeled VS(S) and VS(L) on the picture instruction sheet but never displayed in the picture material on what to do with them. How lame!� Now notice that the WM2 open edge mounting gizmo does not bind the up/down angularity even after you install it with the M6L23 6mm screws, which are also not pictured where they go = super lame. But do it anyway, and you will see that it protrudes about 1" away from the flat surface of the back of the screen� when it is screwed in all the way. Now think if the lower screw points are less than a 1" protrusion then you can angle the screen down a few degrees which at viewing distance of 9-15 feet is a lot of up/down angularity. But first go the hardware store and buy some 2 ea 1.5-2.0" 6 mm screws with 2 each compatible nuts -total 4 nuts. Find the 2 stand-offs for the lower mounting holes - below the top ones sticking out 1" and install the lower standouts but less than 1" away from the back of the screen and voila you have� an angle down screen with the screw threads giving you a few degrees to work with giving you some height matching to your ribbon cross. Do the opposite to raise the bottom and angle up if needed. All in all Sony should be ashamed of their complete failure to give proper complete instructions for variable forms of installation. And the parts needed are ins two sources and they failed to give picture and labeling instructions that were accurate and complete.
    Date published: 2018-01-24
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