SANUS LL11

HDPro™ Super Slim Fixed-Position Wall Mount for 51" – 80" flat-panel TVs

The SANUS LL11 HDPro™ Super Slim mount takes low profile to a new level. Its innovative design emphasizes the sleek look of ultra-thin LCD, plasma and LED TVs by placing them just .55" / 1.4 cm from the wall. Unlike other fixed-position mounts on the market, the LL11 offers additional exclusive features that make it incredibly easy to install and use. ClickStand™ technology holds the bottom of the TV away from the wall for easy cable access without removing the TV from the mount. Convenient quick-release tabs on both mounting brackets stay hidden, but easily pull down to unlock the TV from the wall plate for cable access. The ProSet™ feature allows post-installation height and leveling micro-adjustments for perfect positioning after hanging. Lateral shift allows the TV to move left and right on the wall plate so it’s placed exactly where you want it, even with off-center studs. Wall plate mounting holes are designed to accommodate 16" or 24" studs. Mount now fits TVs 51” – 80”, and all current LL11 models have been tested for compatibility with the updated size range.

Let's count the reasons you'll love this mount

  • Conceal unsightly cables
  • Expandable TV brackets ensure a perfect fit
  • HDpro™ product specially created for the custom installer
  • Hardware included
  • Leveling adjustments allow TV to be perfectly positioned after hanging
  • Perfect for viewing TV at eye level
  • Position your TV as close to the wall as possible
  • Pull down on hidden straps to access cables behind your TV
  • Slide TV side-to-side for perfect positioning on the wall
  • UL-listed for quality and safety assurance

Awards

  • CE Pro Best Award 2009

Installation Tools

  • 3/16" Drill Bit
  • 3/8" Masonry Bit (Concrete Installations)
  • Awl
  • Electric Drill
  • Hammer
  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Phillips Head Screwdriver
  • Stud Finder
  • Tape Measure

Product Specifications

Product Brand: SANUS
Model Code: LL11
UPC Code: 793795520357 - Black - $129.99 USD
Product Width: 35.30" / 89.66cm
Product Height: 22.50" / 57.15cm
Product Depth: 0.55" / 1.40cm
Product Weight: 9.00lbs / 4.08kg
Package Width: 37.50" / 95.25cm
Package Height: 1.80" / 4.57cm
Package Depth: 6.90" / 17.53cm
Package Weight: 11.80lbs / 5.35kg
TV Size Range: 51" - 80" / 129.54cm - 203.20cm
Maximum TV Weight: 150lbs / 68.04kg
Universal Mounting: Yes | 65 x 25 through 825 x 500
Supported VESA Patterns

Supported VESA Patterns

  • VESA 100 x 100
  • VESA 100 x 200
  • VESA 200 x 100
  • VESA 200 x 200
  • VESA 200 x 300
  • VESA 200 x 400
  • VESA 300 x 100
  • VESA 300 x 200
  • VESA 300 x 300
  • VESA 400 x 100
  • VESA 400 x 200
  • VESA 400 x 300
  • VESA 400 x 400
  • VESA 400 x 500
  • VESA 500 x 100
  • VESA 500 x 200
  • VESA 500 x 300
  • VESA 500 x 500
  • VESA 600 x 100
  • VESA 600 x 200
  • VESA 600 x 300
  • VESA 600 x 400
  • VESA 700 x 200
  • VESA 700 x 300
  • VESA 700 x 400
  • VESA 700 x 500
  • VESA 800 x 200
  • VESA 800 x 400
  • VESA 800 x 500
  • VESA 300 x 400
  • VESA 500 x 400
  • VESA 600 x 500

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by LOOKS NICE BUT DON'T OVERLOOK THE DETAILS I have a Samsung PN50B860 plasma approximately 1" thin and wanted to mount it over a rarely used gas log fireplace. I looked at the Samsung disc system (WMN1000B) but the wall studs weren't in the right place and I don't trust sheetrock anchors. Sorry, I'm a belt and suspenders do-it-yourselfer. I then noticed an early review of the Sanus LL11-B1. I decided to give it a try after finding a well-priced unit on the web. Here is the good - 1. It really is thin as advertised and comes with a healthy set of bolts and fasteners for your TV and for wall mounting. 2. And your TV will look great after you get it hung on the wall. I'll post a photo in a second comment (after I have a chance to take one). Here are the lessons I learned. 1 - Plan your cable routing carefully. I was doing in-wall HDMI (3 ea), Ethernet, and audio plus a new 120V AC circuit to power the unit and peripherals. And I wanted these behind the TV so it was truly 'a picture on the wall' experience. You will have to install a recessed AC outlet and signal cable box since there is not enough clearance for the AC plug on most TVs - or you will have to clip the power cord (and likely your warranty) and properly attach one of the flat plugs that have less than ~ 1/2 in height. The recessed AV boxes seem to require a larger hole in the wall than a flush AV connector frame so keep that in mind if you might someday want to cover it with a real picture. 2. Don't forget to adjust the 'lock release' cords to be right down at the bottom of the TV. If you haven't done this, trying to pull the TV out far enough to grab and pull them to release the lock puts a lot of pressure on the locking wedge. This makes it almost impossible to unlock the mount to install cables or take the TV back down to adjust the release cords to the proper length. Almost boxed myself in there. 3. Plugging in cables from a 'behind the TV' AV box can be a blind task, done by feel and a reference to the TV connector diagram. In my case, the standoffs at the bottom of the vertical arms didn't offer enough gap from the wall for me to see behind the TV into the recessed cable jacks cavity. So I had to feel for the proper jack and make sure the orientation of the connector matched so I could slip in the Ethernet, HDMI, and audio plugs. Challenging but doable for my TV. Yours may be different. 4. As Sanus cautions, when unlocked, the TV, if lifted just a half inch, can come off the mounting rail. Ouch. 5. I'd like to see some comment on earthquake tolerance. Even when locked, the bottom of the TV can easily be pulled out to maybe a half inch to an inch further from the wall suggesting the lock wedges are not really that tightly bound to the horizontal rail when locked. Bottom Line I'm pleased with the end result, learned some potential gotchas to watch out for, and will wonder if it will take some CA Richter 5.0 and above shaking. (Where are my suspenders? :-)) August 29, 2009
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