Down and Out Mount

  • Easily move television up and down 31.8 inches
  • Handles 40" to 80" Flat Panels, Only limit is weight
  • Adjustable Counterbalance Supports TVs from 25 to 120 lbs
  • Sturdy all Steel Design load tested to over 330 lbs
  • Swings around obstacles, such as Fireplace Mantels
  • Mount is hidden in up, low profile position
  • Down Position can be adjusted to where you want
  • Automatically locks in the up position
  • Unlocking is simple, just pull out on the bottom of the television
  • Tilts from vertical to 7 degrees in up position
  • Vertical in down positions
  • Integrated cable management keeps cables hidden
  • Patent pending design can only be found here

  • Fits most 40 inch Flat Panel television's and up, check your television weight and mounting hole pattern to ensure this mount will work.
  • Handles LCD and Plasma Flat Panel Televisions 25 to 120 lbs.
  • VESA compliant: 168 wide x 100 high to 692 wide x 502 high (mm).
  • For larger mounting hole patterns contact us, we have a solution.
  • Allowable Television mounting pattern: 6.6 (168mm) to 27.2 (691mm) inches wide, up to 19.8in (502mm) high, see figure below.
  • Product dimensions: 29.0 x 23.6 x 4.4 inches, see figure below.
  • Down and Out Mount weight: 23 lbs
  • Comes with all the hardware needed to attach to 2 wood studs
  • 3 Year Warranty

Mount Overall Size, Television Mounting Hole Pattern Range, Wall Mounting Hole Pattern Range Front View, Shown Tilted Vertical in Up Position
Note: Mount Only Comes with 2 Television Mounting Arms, Not the 4 Shown

Side Views of Down and Out Mount, Shown in Top, Bottom, and All the Way Out Positions

Vertical in Top Position

Max Tilt in Top Position

Note: The 3 different positions are shown to illustrate the movement of the Down and Out Mount. Depending on customers setup, the mount may only have 2 usable positions.

To get as much downward travel as possible when mounting above a mantel it is very important that you put extra thought into the mounting process. In general, the higher the Down and Out Mount is above the mantel the more downward travel you will get. Also, the lower the television is attached on the mount, the higher the Down and Out Mount can be mounted to the wall.

The table and drawing below can be used together to figure out how much downward travel you will get with different mantel depths and heights above the mantel. The smaller table tells you the minimum height the television needs to be mounted above the mantel.

For example, you want to find the downward travel [T] when you have a 9 inch mantel depth [D] and you mount the bottom of the mount 7.25 inches above the mantel [H]. First find the corresponding [D] and look down the column and find the closest [H], which in this case is 7 and 8.25. Round down to be on the safe side to 7 inches [H]. Now go left along the row and find the corresponding Travel [T]. In this case you will get a downward travel of at least 26.5 inches.

Figuring out the clearance needed between the bottom of the television and the mantel in the up position to ensure the television will not hit the mantel is much easier. Simply find the mantel depth [D], in this example 9 inches, and go down the column and find the corresponding height, which is 2.75 inches.

Mantel Clearance Drawing
Shows example with 9in Mantel Depth [D], 26.5in Downward Travel [T], and Mounted 7in above the Mantel [H].

Note: All measurements shown on Dynamic Mounting are approximate. The measurements could be a little different depending on how the mount is setup, manufacturing tolerances, and the weight of the Television.

For more information, read the Down and Out Mount Manual.
For a Printable Wall Mounting Template and Dimensions See the Wall Mounting Template.

For a Swivel Version of the Down and Out Mount see the Down and Out Swivel Mount , it has identical sizing and mantel clearence.

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