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With Stewart Filmscreen and OmniMount doling out all new motorized mounts for CEDIA, we reckoned it was only a matter of time before Sanus hollered \"me too!\" Right on cue, the VisionMount LT25 has been revealed, boasting aluminum alloy rails and high-grade ABS decorative end caps, a weight of just

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A year after introducing the Ultra Low Profile Series flat-panel mounts, OmniMount has shown up at CEDIA time once more with a new way to hang up your set. While not nearly as unique as Stewart Filmscreen's Media Décor, the new Motion40 will still put a little motor into your mount. The remo

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Mounting HDTVs on the wall is all the rage, but it isn't the easiest thing in the world and even when you employee a professional to run power and video cables up the wall, sometimes the structure of you wall just isn't right for the optimal placement. Cheif's new HDTV wall mount is designed for exa

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People just love to mount TVs on the wall, not sure if it's just the wife factor or what, but there is no doubt it's the thing to do. There are a few problems though, how high, which mount, where do you put the rest of your equipment, and how to you get power to it? Now, we don't know what the elec

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