Chief JWD Dual-Arm Wall Mount - Sound & Video Contractor

Chief JWD Dual-Arm Wall Mount

Chief Manufacturing’s JWD dual-arm wall mount for medium flat-panel TVs offers a simple, clean design and broad range of motion for maximum flexibility. The JWD is part of Chief’s new and innovative medium flat-panel mounting solutions for 26in. to 40in. flat-panel TVs. Chief’s exclusive Centris Technology self-adjusts to support different display weights and provides effortless, fingertip adjustments so you can position your screen to the perfect viewing angle. The JWD offers ultimate flexibility from low profile and pressed against the wall to full extension of over 20in.
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Chief JWD Dual-Arm Wall Mount

Feb 23, 2006 8:00 AM

Chief Manufacturing JWD wall mount.

Chief Manufacturing’s JWD dual-arm wall mount for medium flat-panel TVs offers a simple, clean design and broad range of motion for maximum flexibility.

The JWD is part of Chief’s new and innovative medium flat-panel mounting solutions for 26in. to 40in. flat panel TVs. Chief’s exclusive Centris Technology self-adjusts to support different display weights and provides effortless, fingertip adjustments so you can position your screen to the perfect viewing angle. The JWD offers ultimate flexibility from low profile and pressed against the wall to full extension of more than 20in.

An advanced, teardrop hole pattern makes mounting the screen quick and easy. Plus, the wall mount hardware and cables are concealed for a clean installation. The JWD is VESA compliant and accommodates 100x100mm, 200x100mm, and 200x200mm hole patterns. If your screen is not VESA compliant, Chief Manufacturing can create a customized wall mount.

For more information, visit www.chiefmfg.com or call Chief Manufacturing’s customer service at (800) 582-6480 for a custom solution.

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