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VESA Explained

What is VESA

What is VESA?

VESA is the millimetre distance between mounting holes at the back of your TV, on to which you attach a TV bracket.  The mounting holes are usually set in a square or rectangular pattern.

The easiest way to find out if your TV is VESA compatible is to read your TVs specification or ask your retailer.  Alternatively, simply measure the distance (in millimetres) between the mounting holes, as width x height.

Example: 200mm (width) x 200mm (height), is called VESA 200 x 200.

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Not all TVs are VESA compatible, which means they are not designed to be hung on a TV floor stand or TV wall bracket.  Please check with your retailer – ask them if your TV is VESA compatible.

What are common VESA sizes?

There are many VESA sizes, we have complied a list of the most common sizes.  You can click on the sizes to see what TV Floor Stands and TV Wall Mounts we sell for that VESA size.