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New SnapAV In-Wall Fixed-Mount Provides Zero-Clearance for Thin Flat TV Installs; “At a Mere 5mm off the Wall, the Only Thing Closer is the Paint”

SnapAV’s New Strong RAZOR mount

The only Zero-Clearance wall-mount for today’s super-thin TVs

Charlotte, NC – August 18, 2010 – SnapAV, a manufacturer and exclusive source of more than 850 high-quality solutions for the custom A/V channel in the US and Canada, is now shipping its Strong Medium Ultra Low-Profile RAZOR Mount for 32- to 46- inch TVs. According to SnapAV Marketing Vice President Adam Levy, because the mount sits 5 millimeters (.2-inch) off the wall, it is the lowest profile fixed mount available on the market today. (To put the depth into perspective, 5mm is the equivalent of 2-stacked nickels.)

SnapAV achieves this slim profile by combining a back-box wall plate with unique mounting arms that Levy describes as “an on-wall mount concept spliced with in-wall ingenuity.” Levy says the benefit is a very neat and tight installation that complements the cool factor of today’s super-thin TVs.
“The installation process is as easy as 1) cutting out the drywall, 2) mounting the plate to the studs and 3) attaching the arms, TV and cables. This is an opportunity for the installer to provide a solution to the homeowner that is as exciting as their new super-thin TV – and like all SnapAV products, it will only be available to the custom channel,” says Levy.

The Strong Medium Ultra Low-Profile RAZOR Mount accommodates TVs up to 125 lbs and is VESA Compliant. All hardware is included.

Also available is a Strong Large Ultra Low-Profile RAZOR Mount for 37- to 63- inch Ultra Thin Flat Panel TVs.

About SnapAV
Established in 2005 by custom integrator Jay Faison and based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SnapAV is a manufacturer and exclusive source of more than 850 installer-friendly products for the custom A/V channel. SnapAV empowers custom installers to run more efficient businesses. The company provides high quality, lucrative products supported by best-in-class online ordering and customer service. All products are protected by zero-tolerance Internet sales policies and many feature lifetime warranties. snapav.com

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