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Tilted vs. Fixed TV Mounts: Which One Should You Choose?

You bought a TV, now what? Where should you put it? Where should it be placed so that it remains safe from any harm?

Tilted vs. Fixed TV Mounts: Which One Should You Choose?
Tilted vs. Fixed TV Mounts: Which One Should You Choose?

These are the questions that come up in one's mind after buying a n expensive TV, and things start to get a little messy when you have kids in the house.

Both the tilted and fixed TV mounts have their own perks and cons; each of them provides at least one experience that the other one can't.

For instance, tilted TV mounts provide more safety than a better watching experience; now, this doesn't mean that you won't enjoy watching something in a tilted TV mount.

Then there's the fixed TV mount; you will have a good time watching from a fixed TV mount as they have the same height as your face while sitting on a sofa/chair.

Which TV mount will be the best for your house considering different factors? Is the fixed TV mount better or the tilted one? Let's see.

Titled TV Mounts:

It is a popular opinion that the tilted TV mounts have more pros than the standard fixed TV wall mounts, and they have a point.

The tilted TV mounts are a better option when if you have a huge room, and I guess you know the reason.

Basically, a titled TV mount allows your smart TV to be tilted at a specific angle (around 7 to 8 degrees). But that's just a general guess.

Different TV models and different TV mounts can be tilted more or less than 8 degrees. Moreover, you will find it rather easier to install than the fixed one.

Fixed TV Mounts:

Then, there are the fixed TV mounts - the traditional ones. Honestly, there is a reason why these wall mounts have been the choice of many over the years.

Fixed TV mounts are affordable. Yes! As cool and sophisticated as tilted TV mounts are, they are rather expensive than the fixed ones.

If you like to keep things simple and want the work done tirelessly, then the fixed ones would do great at your house.

Why? Because, first, the fixed ones would directly be at your eye level, making it easy to, you know, watch the TV without neck ache or anything.

Tilted vs. Fixed TV Mount: Which One Should You Choose?

To answer this question, a comparison is in order because only then you would be able to make a quick and correct decision.

I'll do a comparative study on both the tilted and fixed TV mounts, discussing their advantages and disadvantages and the best service you can expect while installing any of these.

Fixed TV Mounts:


  • Fixed TV mounts are easier to install than tilted ones.

  • You can even pull this task by yourself with some caution without hiring an expert for the job; however, do consult with them to avoid any trouble.

  • They are cheaper to install. That is why most people still prefer these TV mounts.

  • If your TV is having trouble working, you can easily check on it without the fear of it falling off the stand.

  • Fixed mounts are generally installed directly at your eye level, which is a plus point.

  • Not only for the smarter ones, but fixed TV mounts are also a good option for heavier TVs.


  • Once installed, it won't be an easy job to install extra cables for extra features because you wouldn't be able to move them easily.

  • The other thing which makes fixed mounts a bad choice is that they can't be installed in the corner areas of your room, hall, or anywhere else.

  • The TV is literally attached to the wall, and there is very little space to access its USB ports; of course, you can't get aggressive while doing this, as it will result in your own loss.

  • Fixing a TV would also damage your wall, as it requires drilling to install the TV.

Tilted TV Mounts:


  • First of all, a tilted TV looks cool. But I know you can't spend hundreds of dollars on something just to make it look cool.

  • As mentioned above, fixed TV mounts require a flat wall to be installed, which is not a problem while installing tilted TV mounts, as both legs of TV mounts can be fit into the corner and the TV could be at the center.

  • If you have a large room, tilted TV mounts will provide a better watching experience than the fixed ones.

  • While watching something in a fixed TV mount, you can do very little about the shadows and reflections on its screen, while in the tilted TV case, you can tilt it as per your liking and avoid those annoying reflections.

  • Most LED screens, when viewed from different angles, won't offer the same picture quality as compared to watching it straight. Tilted TV mounts rid you of this issue as well.

  • If you are watching the TV sitting close to it, you can tilt it down; if you're sitting relatively far, you can tilt it up. Pretty easy, right?


  • As cool as tilted TVs are, they come at a cost - a huge cost, to be precise.

  • While you can install tilted mounts in the corner, it is not recommended; I'd rather say it won't be a good idea.

  • Tilted mounts are not flushed with the wall, which might stop some people from installing them.

  • It is relatively difficult to install tilted TV mounts in a room, and you will need an expert for the job and for precision.

Which TV Mount Is The Best Then?

If you have a good budget and are willing to spend money on the good looks of your house, then Tilted TV Wall Mount would be the best option for you.

This is what most people nowadays prefer. On the other hand, if you are thinking of keeping things simple and affordable, you should go for Fixed TV Mounts.

Whatever you decide, you will need some expert supervision and service, right? Well, then I have just the man for the job.

Geek Installations provide one of the best and most professional TV mounting services out there at the most affordable rates.

Not only do they specialize in TV mounting but also in Home Theatre setup, Soundbar setup, Wireless Security Cameras, and Smart Locks; you name it, they've got it.

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