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Old 04-30-2016, 02:31 PM   #1
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Seneca FS front TV

Thinking the viewing angle would be improved if the TV had a secondary swing mount to place the TV over the chair and panel and a straight view angle from the 2 recliners. The mechanized arm puts the TV at an angle both ways from the seating. Has anybody installed a second swing arm like the TV1025H? The hole pattern on the existing mount to receive the new is 200mm x 100mm and this arm doesn't match. 200mm x 100mm works on the TV. Adapter?
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Old 04-30-2016, 05:49 PM   #2
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Yes I did. I bought a swing arm TV mount for mine and it swings over about 24" and swivels.i mounted the arm at where the center of the TV was. When traveling I have a stow location with a nylon strap. I don't have a Seneca But a 2011 Melbourne. I have pictures of the remodel I did in a different thread.
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Old 04-30-2016, 11:37 PM   #3
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Thinking the viewing angle would be improved if the TV had a secondary swing mount to place the TV over the chair and panel and a straight view angle from the 2 recliners. The mechanized arm puts the TV at an angle both ways from the seating. Has anybody installed a second swing arm like the TV1025H? The hole pattern on the existing mount to receive the new is 200mm x 100mm and this arm doesn't match. 200mm x 100mm works on the TV. Adapter?
I took the TV mount off and had a mount much like this one welded to the existing mount allowing for the TV to be moved to a proper viewing angle. The down side requires two velcro straps around the TV and original TV mount securing the TV for travel.
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