A Mounting Offensive

BDI's NORA

BDI's OLA

Chief's G1 Rack

Crimson's VersaFit

Spencer Kalker relaunches CWD.

Custom Woodwork & Design's audio/computer credenza

Future Automation's projector hinge ($3,500) folds neatly into the wall when not in use.

Future Automation's PicSplit dramatically opens and closes during CEDIA EXPO.

Tuck the TV away with this under-bed lift from Future Automation.

OmniMount's Erick Valkingburg demonstrates the flexibility of the PLAY40.

Another demo by Valkingburg for the Parkview line to illustrate the speedily installation.

Peerless AV displays its outdoor-friendly mounting options.

Peerless AV's Wireless Projector Mount

The SuperSlim Full Motion mount from Sanus

SurgeX's Shannon Townley with the Eliminator XC series

SurgeX's XU315-DC, an online 1500 VA double conversion UPS/surge eliminator

The mounts, racks, furniture and lifts that powered CEDIA EXPO 2011

Crimson
VersaFit consists of a recessed in-wall box, which mounts securely behind almost any wall-mounted display. A compatible Crimson mount installed into the VersaFit box completes the system without disrupting other design or installation elements.

VersaFit is compatible with over 20 standard Crimson mount styles, including ultra-flat, flat, tilt, recessed and multi-angle articulating models, nine of which are arm-style multiple-angle articulating arms that allow for full motion and a variety of viewing angles while still being able to retract the TV flush with the wall.

With VersaFit, Crimson now manufactures the only in-wall display mounting solution on the market with knockouts that are compatible with all U.S. codes for standard electrical boxes, requiring zero modification during installation. VersaFit comes with built-in guides for placement on 1/2″ and 5/8″ drywall, as well as tool-less leveling for accurate positioning during pre-construction installation.

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