Premier Mounts Adds Swing-Out Arm for Large Flat Panels

Premier Mounts announced its latest universal LCD/plasma mount, the AM3. A big-brother version of the AM2, this universal swing-out arm can accommodate large displays between 40in. and 61in. that weigh up to 160lbs. It follows the line's tradition of sleek industrial design and comes with the same lifetime guarantee as the company's other LCD mounts.
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Premier Mounts Adds Swing-Out Arm for Large Flat Panels

Sep 22, 2005 3:49 PM

Premier Mounts AM3 swing-out arm extends to a maximum of 26in. from the wall.

Premier Mounts announced its latest universal LCD/plasma mount, the AM3. A big-brother version of the AM2, this universal swing-out arm can accommodate large displays between 40in. and 61in. that weigh up to 160lbs. It follows the line's tradition of sleek industrial design and comes with the same lifetime guarantee as the company's other LCD mounts.

The AM3 allows users to tilt the flat-panel display 10 degrees up or down. They can also swing the display 180 degrees left to right and extend it up to 26in. from the wall to achieve the perfect viewing angle. The mount collapses to just 4in. from the wall. Cables may be routed through the mount's arms, providing a clean look. The AM3 retails for $499.99.

AM3 mount also features smooth articulation, total support at all critical mounting points, cable concealment, and a silver finish.

For more information about Premier Mounts, visit www.premiermounts.com.

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