Chief TS525TU Large Thinstall Dual-Swing-Arm Wall Mount

BH #CHTS525TU • MFR #TS525TU
Chief TS525TU Large Thinstall Dual-Swing-Arm Wall Mount
Key Features
  • For Displays 42 to 75" Typically
  • Supports Displays up to 125 lb
  • 100 x 100 to 800 x 400mm Mount Pattern
  • Extends from 2 to 25" from the Wall
The Chief TS525TU Thinstall Swing Arm Wall Mount was designed to mount TVs and displays measuring 42 to 75" and has a maximum load capacity of 125 lb. The mount extends from 2 to 25" from the wall and provides -15° of tilt and ±45° of pivot adjustments.
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$479.99
$80/mo. suggested payments for 6 Mos.
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Will this work with VESA 400x200?

Will this work with VESA 400x200?
Asked by: Patrick
The Chief TS525TU Thinstall Swing Arm Wall Mount for 37 to 58" Displays BH #CHTS525TU will accommodate a VESA 400x200 mounting pattern.
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2023-03-15

Chief lists this model as supporting up to 75". ...

Chief lists this model as supporting up to 75". Everywhere else lists as up to 58". Which is correct?
Asked by: Ezra
The important factors when choosing a mount are supported weight and mounting hole pattern. This mount supports 125 lbs. and mounting patterns from 100 x 100 to 800 x 400mm. With these specs there are many TVs larger than 58" that this mount would still work with. However, since this mount extends up to 25" from the wall, a 90 degree swivel would only be possible with TVs up to 58" diagonally.
Answered by: Frank
Date published: 2021-03-09

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How many degrees of tilt does this mount give?
Asked by: Anonymous
This mount provides a total of 12 degrees of tilt.
Answered by: Oliver C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Thank your for replies on my question, I realized I was not specific enough.It is a quality mount, yes.My TV is 44 wide. Specs on mount says it extends 25 forward. I infer I should be able to pivot the TV 90 degrees (this point is essential for me):25 > (44/2) Is this correct, or there are some other factors at play, and I will not be able to swing it? If so, anyone can advise other mounts? (Option to hang mount forward off the wall to extend the clearance is not going to work for me, it have to be close to wall when collapsed). Many thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
I can now answer my own question, perhaps this can be of use to someone.In case of this mount, I guess TV cannot be fully turned because of two arms in place of one - they create something like a broken triangle, limiting articulation.Thanks to B&H customer help, I had other suggestions:1) Premier Mounts AM100 Low-Profile Ultra-Slim Swingout Mount (Black) B&H # PRAM100 Mfr # AM1002) Peerless-AV SUA746PU Universal Ultra-Slim Articulating Arm TV Wall Mount (Black) B&H # PESUA746PU Mfr # SUA746PU3) SANUS Premium Series VLF525 Full-Motion Mount for 51 to 70 Flat-Panel TVs B&H # SAVLF525B1 Mfr # VLF525-B1I ultimately chose #1, better choice for a similar price. Great quality; also has a low profile; yet swings 30 on a single arm.Others are also quite nice, although #2 is a single-stud mount, and #3 is too pricey.
Answered by: Yuri S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I need to hang a 50 class LCD TV.Does this wall mount allow to swing TV 90 degrees to the side?
Asked by: Anonymous
No, the arm is not long enough for the sides of the tv to clear the wall. Try a ceiling/pole mount instead of articulating arm.
Answered by: Dominic A.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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