Premier Mounts Unveils All-inclusive HDTV Install Kit

Posted: Dec 7 2009, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:06pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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I am sure there will be lots of people out there getting a nice big screen HDTV from Santa this year. Along with that HDTV, they will need some accessories, especially if they plan to wall mount the TV. Premier Mounts has announced a new all-inclusive installation kit for HDTVs that includes all the stuff the user needs.

The kit includes a wall mount that is low profile, made from high quality materials, and is available in pivot/tilt or ultra-flat configurations. The kit also has a power-strip to protect the electronics from surges. The needed HDMI cables are included as well.

The kit comes in two configurations that differ in the size TVs they will hold. The AVKLF2637 kit sells for $129.99 and will support TVs up to 37-inches. The AVKLF3752 will sell for $199.99 and supports TVs up to 52-inches.

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