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May 12, 2014, 10:46:22 AM
Last edit: May 12, 2014, 02:25:52 PM by camosoul
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This is one of the more heavy duty cheap ones out there.  It mentions that it works with Vizio & 70" TVs as well.  Smiley

http://www.amazon.com/MOUNT-IT-Universal-Premium-Tilting-Panasonic/dp/B00A7WDYYU/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1399850687&sr=8-3&keywords=wall+mount+70+inch

I'm trying to find anyone who owns a Vizio 70in to see what they're using, installation caveats, etc... I'm probably over-thinking it, as always...

I freakin' love this thing. If I rotate it 90 degrees it'll be AI G/F ready... We'd certainly have more interesting conversation than so-called "real" women are capable of... Dammit, I ended that sentence with a preposition.

I'll probably end up going with your suggestion after wasting time absorbing tons of useless information...

I also want to buy http://www.electriccarpartscompany.com/WarP-9-Motor-br-72-156V-500A-DC-br-Advanced-Timing-br-Netgain-EV-Motors_p_64.html and 41 of http://www.electriccarpartscompany.com/300Ah-32V-5C-br-LiFePO4-Lithium-Prismatic-Batteries-br-HiPower-LiFePO4-EV-Battery-br-China-Production-br-112L-28W-117H-in-br-284-72-298-mm-br-216-lbs--98-kg_p_9.html and eventually 1 of http://www.electriccarpartscompany.com/8kw-8000w-Battery-Charger-br-66-417V-22-140A-Battery-Charger-br-EV-Lithium-or-Lead-Acid-Battery-Charger-br-Custom-Built-TCCH-PFC-8000-br-1-2-Week-Shipping-from-China-br-141-L-139-W-148-H-in-br-357-354-377-mm-br-611-lb-277-kg_p_93.html. A fw other bits and bobs here and there...

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May 27, 2014, 09:26:38 PM
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In case anyone else is in the market...

I got that 70in Vizio. I freakin' LOVE this TV! Thanks so much for hooking me up. Coming with a remote that has a keyboard on the back is excellent. For the price, you'd think Samsung would do that, too... I got an open-box unit that claimed to have scratches on the bezel, but I can't find a thing wrong with it. Backlight is not perfectly even, but it's so minor the only way you can see it is on a perfectly black screen, such as when nothing is tuned in/it's just powering up. Speakers leave something to be desired, but perfectly serviceable. Being that the last time I owned a TV, it was a 13in CRT, some might say I'm too easy to please...

With a second-hand Chromecast plugged in, it's heaven. Some people knock the "bottom band" style "smart app" interface, but I find it convenient as it doesn't interrupt whatever is on screen and even has a sidebar function that still doesn't interrupt anything. This alone is reason enough for me not to buy other smart TVs. Samsung, for example, launches a whole new interface with a choppy/delayed PiP thing when you go smart mode... Vizio's method is minimally invasive and intuitive. I much prefer it and am glad I bought it. Yahoo, yeah, ghey... But it works.

The built-in DLNA is odd... I can push to the Chromecast with bubbleupnp in formats that the built-in DLNA won't read. Conversely, the built-in DLNA will read some of the formats that bubbleupnp won't. Between the two, they cover just about everything without making me find a computer. Running rygel, I can use bubbleupnp to push off of my 4TB drive bank. Navigation for the built-in DLNA is a bit clumsy and slow to load, but it works. I'm not digging into the transcoding on the flay stuffs...

I'm damn glad I bought this thing. Don't be afraid of the Visio.

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May 28, 2014, 06:32:50 AM
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This is one of the more heavy duty cheap ones out there.  It mentions that it works with Vizio & 70" TVs as well.  Smiley

http://www.amazon.com/MOUNT-IT-Universal-Premium-Tilting-Panasonic/dp/B00A7WDYYU/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1399850687&sr=8-3&keywords=wall+mount+70+inch

i suggest checking monoprice.com for weallmounts.  they are quality and dirt cheap.  they are also solid and will hold your tv.  everything else is overkill.  like those omnimounts. overkill.
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