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  • Boa double stud wall mount with universal plate with wings
  • Double stud wall plate showing reach
  • Boa double stud wall mount with TV
  • Boa double stud wall mount with TV
  • Boa double stud wall mount with TV
  • TV mount pushed back to wall
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Product Description

The Boa TV Mount is a treat for anyone that is looking for a fully articulated wall mount option for large monitors. The extension wings provided with the universal mounting plate allows room to grow into some of the biggest flat screens on the market. This arm not only out performs the competition in style and functionality but will demonstrate incredible durability for a lifetime.

Product Specifications

Joints Factory pre-tensioned articulated head
Material Machined from 60-61 T6 billet aluminum
Screen Tilt Adjustable screen tilt tension
Vesa Removable 50/50mm to 600/600mm collapsible interface plate
Mac Machead adapter available for iMacs & Apple Cinema LED Displays
Capacity Supports large multimedia displays up to 25kg (55 lbs)
Range Maximum reach of 426mm (16.75in)

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