Sanus Sanus VMAVB A/V Component Wall Mount Black P1248039 Sanus VMAVB A/V Component Wall Mount Black 1248039 6.14lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Sanus VMAVB A/V Component Wall Mount Black

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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: VMAVB

  • Supports up to 45 lbs.
  • Provides a clean finishing touch
  • Cushioned mounting arms protect and stabilize equipment

Sanus VMAVB A/V Component Wall Mount BlackSleek and stylish, the VisionMount VMAV is a unique mounting system for AV components up to 45 lbs. Solid heavy-gauge steel construction provides strength and durability. Mounting arms have pads to cushion, protect and stabilize AV components. Wall mount can be used alone or stacked for traditional DVRs, satellite receivers, surround receivers or DVD players. Also available in silver. Dimensions: 9" H x 14-1/2" W x 17-1/4" D.

Product Specifications
  • Type: Wall-mount
Sanus VMAVB A/V Component Wall Mount Black
  • Brand: Sanus
  • Model: VMAVB
  • Part Number: 185-532
  • UPC: 793795360946
  • Product Category: TV / AV Stands & Component Shelves
  • Unit of Measure: EA
  • Weight: 5.12 lbs.

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Product Specifications


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