SANUS ML11 Super Slim Low-Profile Wall Mount

SANUS ML11 Super Slim Low-Profile Wall Mount

SANUS ML11 Super Slim Low-Profile Wall Mount

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SANUS ML11 Super Slim Low-Profile Wall Mount

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The ML11 Super Slim Low-Profile Wall Mount (Black) from Sanus is ideal for mounting your ultra-thin flat panel display from 26-46" up to 100 lbs. This simple mount has lateral shift to accommodate off-center studs with post-installation adjustments for perfect positioning even after mounting.

Super Slim low-profile mount places TVs just 0.6" from wall less than the width of a die
Universal TV brackets fit LCD, LED and plasma TVs from 26-46" and up to 100 lbs
ProSet post-installation height and leveling adjustments allow TV to be perfectly positioned after hanging
Innovative ClickStand holds TV away from wall for easy cable access without having to remove TV
Convenient quick-release tabs on mounting brackets stay hidden, but easily pull down to unlock TV from wall plate for cable access
Rail design allows TV to shift left and right for perfect placement with off-center studs
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SANUS ML11 Super Slim Low-Profile Wall Mount
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  • 10-Year Warranty
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    SANUS ML11 specs

    Supported Screen Sizes 26 to 46" / 66.0 to 116.8 cm
    Supported Weight Capacity 100 lb / 45.4 kg
    Mounting-Hole Pattern 200 x 200 to 400 x 400 mm
    Number of Displays Supported 1
    Orientation Landscape
    Distance from Mounting Surface 0.6" / 1.4 cm
    Dimensions 22.7 x 17.9 x 0.6" / 57.66 x 45.47 x 1.52 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 9.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 29.5 x 7.5 x 2.0"

    SANUS ML11 reviews

    ML11 Super Slim Low-Profile Wall Mount is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 10.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Mount This is an excellent slim mount for your flat panel tv. Comes with all the needed hardware to put it on the wall. I had it up in a half hour with no trouble at all. My TV is a Sony 46. It is a 68lb Monster but it just hangs on the wall with no trouble at all. Of course, you have to make sure you screw it into the studs. I like the flip up ability that this mount has. Pull two little cords hanging just beneath the bottom of the mount and the bottom of the TV can be pulled away from the wall. Two braces flip out and keep the bottom of the TV about 4-5 away from the wall so you can access the cord jacks. I would recommend it to any looking for a flat mount.
    Date published: 2010-02-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from LOOKS NICE BUT DON'T OVERLOOK THE DETAILS I have a Samsung PN50B860 plasma approximately 1" thin and wanted to mount it over a rarely used gas log fireplace. I looked at the Samsung disc system (WMN1000B) but the wall studs weren't in the right place and I don't trust sheetrock anchors. Sorry, I'm a belt and suspenders do-it-yourselfer. I then noticed an early review of the Sanus LL11-B1. I decided to give it a try after finding a well-priced unit on the web. Here is the good - 1. It really is thin as advertised and comes with a healthy set of bolts and fasteners for your TV and for wall mounting. 2. And your TV will look great after you get it hung on the wall. I'll post a photo in a second comment (after I have a chance to take one). Here are the lessons I learned. 1 - Plan your cable routing carefully. I was doing in-wall HDMI (3 ea), Ethernet, and audio plus a new 120V AC circuit to power the unit and peripherals. And I wanted these behind the TV so it was truly 'a picture on the wall' experience. You will have to install a recessed AC outlet and signal cable box since there is not enough clearance for the AC plug on most TVs - or you will have to clip the power cord (and likely your warranty) and properly attach one of the flat plugs that have less than ~ 1/2 in height. The recessed AV boxes seem to require a larger hole in the wall than a flush AV connector frame so keep that in mind if you might someday want to cover it with a real picture. 2. Don't forget to adjust the 'lock release' cords to be right down at the bottom of the TV. If you haven't done this, trying to pull the TV out far enough to grab and pull them to release the lock puts a lot of pressure on the locking wedge. This makes it almost impossible to unlock the mount to install cables or take the TV back down to adjust the release cords to the proper length. Almost boxed myself in there. 3. Plugging in cables from a 'behind the TV' AV box can be a blind task, done by feel and a reference to the TV connector diagram. In my case, the standoffs at the bottom of the vertical arms didn't offer enough gap from the wall for me to see behind the TV into the recessed cable jacks cavity. So I had to feel for the proper jack and make sure the orientation of the connector matched so I could slip in the Ethernet, HDMI, and audio plugs. Challenging but doable for my TV. Yours may be different. 4. As Sanus cautions, when unlocked, the TV, if lifted just a half inch, can come off the mounting rail. Ouch. 5. I'd like to see some comment on earthquake tolerance. Even when locked, the bottom of the TV can easily be pulled out to maybe a half inch to an inch further from the wall suggesting the lock wedges are not really that tightly bound to the horizontal rail when locked. Bottom Line I'm pleased with the end result, learned some potential gotchas to watch out for, and will wonder if it will take some CA Richter 5.0 and above shaking. (Where are my suspenders? :-))
    Date published: 2009-08-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Please make sure you know what you are getting I have installed many Sanus mounts over the years but these low profile ones are tricky. First, please Sanus have a chart that shows the vertical dimension of all the fasteners for your mounts. It sure would be easy to change the type of mount without having to make new holes. Horizontally, Sanus mounts have lots of tolerance and most of the fasteners are 3/16 inch (M7) but all of the vertical distances between the fasteners are all over the place. 3.1 inches for this mount and 5 inches for another mount. It would be nice to just swap out a fixed mount to a full range, etc if no new leveling or drilling were required. This mount is a little tricky. Probably because it is such a low profile mount. Most Sanus mounts are fastened with a lag screw with a hex cap. This one though is similar to a Headlock Flathead Fastener. It is a very flat cap with an allen wrench punch out on it. A hex cap lag screw cannot be used since it will stick out too much if the arms are placed on the mount where the screw is located. A flat head screw will not work well since the taper of the screw head will distort the frame of the mount. Most of us do not have a full set of Hex drill bits. Maybe Spider, T Star or Torx but not hex. They do include a hex drill bit. I was putting two of these mounts in on the same day and I am very glad that I did. The first mount went in quickly. I went to screw in the second mount and the drill bit would not catch. After inspection, it was obvious that the second bit was misshapen. I was able to go back to the first drill bit and use it. It would not have been pleasant to have to go to a hardware store and find a bit for this. Once it was installed it was fine except that I also have the concern of the other post and that the television is not fastened to the wall as securely as it is with other mounts. I would not use this in a room that had small children or over a bed. It is extremely low profile. If you still want to install this mount then before proceeding, make sure that the supplied drill bit fits the fasteners well. I am used to using a ratchet on a hex cap lag screw and this fastener is completely different. I sincerely doubt that most people will have this drill bit in their collection.
    Date published: 2016-11-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Wall Mount This is my second Sanus wall mount and my second installation DYI. Both were the ML11. I also downloaded the free Sanus wall mount application for iPad, which helped a great deal. I believe the same information is available online. Your greatest challenge will be to locate your wall studs accurately, and to measure the location that the back plate will be hung with good accuracy. After that, installing the bolts to hold the back plate is easy enough, but you may want an allen wrench that fits the bolt to give it that last turn or two in case your power screwdriver doesn't put it all the way in (which can be a little difficult because there's a fair pit of power needed to finish the screw). All in all, no real issues getting this up and running and it works quite well once installed. A nice product. Recommended.
    Date published: 2011-08-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It Keeps a TV on the Wall How I use the product: I use it to keep my TV on the wall. Things that are great about it: It swings out to allow access to the cables.Not so great: The kit comes with several different length spacers so you can select how far from the wall you want your TV, but it doesn't come with enough different length screws for each size spacer. For the ones I wanted to use, I had to cut four screws that were too long. This unit is worth the $I paid for it ...
    Date published: 2010-03-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from SANUS lives up to its reputation This wall mount was overkill for the 18lb LED SAMSUNG it was recommended for-it could easily handle 3 times that weight. So easy to install, a caveman could have done it and the 32 TV looks like it is mounted directly to the wall. The only improvement that Sanus could make would be more holes in the wall bracket.
    Date published: 2010-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from very slim mount Excellent fit. Using this mount I had my 42 plasma on the wall in minutes! Very easy to use, and it allowed a considerale amount of side to side adjustment as well as super easy leveling adjustment after the tv is on the wall for tweeking. Generous amount of spacers, bolts, washers, etc..
    Date published: 2010-02-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! Solid construction, easy to install. The design is very well thought out. Adjustments to center the TV and level it are simple and work very well. Extra bolts, spacers, washers, etc. make it adaptable for just about any TV. I would definitely buy this wall mount again.
    Date published: 2009-12-29
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