• Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
  • Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
  • Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
  • Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
  • Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
  • Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black
Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black

Omni Mount Ecsb Component Shelf Wall Shelf For T Vs And Video Accessories, Black

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  • Tempered glass shelf with metal wall plate, concealed bolts and integrated cable management
  • Holds DVD player, VCR, cable box, satellite, etc., with support for up to 30 lbs
  • Pivoting arm for side-to-side movement, black nylon stabilizing strap
  • Includes complete hardware kit for installation, single-stud mounting
  • Dimensions: 18.0 x 9.1 x 20.1 inches (457 x 231 x 571 mm) (W x H x D)

Customer Reviews

Perfect for large/heavy projectors I ordered this for a wall mount for my 5040UB projector, and I couldn't be happier. It's like this wall shelf was made for the 5040! Perfect size and fit, but it does take some torque to get the arm to hold in the right position. Keep in mind what I'm using is near the max weight limit! Mounted directly into a stud, and it is holding very strong. I will purchase a second once I step up my audio game and get a dedicated receiver, this will be to mount that directly below the 5040! 5The BEST projector shelf for an Epson 5020 by far!! I wanted to give this shelf at least a year of use before I wrote the review. Some may think that's too long, and some may wonder why I would wait that long, especially for such a shelf, but I'm using it to hold an 18lb Epson 5020 projector. I had looked at different mounts for quite some time, but due to the pitch of the ceiling in my media/theater room, I had to utilize a shelf, and this has proved to be the best choice I could have made.We installed this shelf with drywall toggle-bolts VS hitting a stud, as doing this would give me the most centered placement of the shelf on my back wall. Even with this method of mount, the shelf has worked perfectly.Regarding how far it sticks out from the wall...yes, it does. I haven't measured but 4-5" seems about right. BUT, in my case, the Epson 5020 fills up about 97% of the glass space, leaving some room at the back for the HDMI & power cable to not be tightly-bent when attached. I do NOT see this as any kind of a design FLAW, rather a positive move on the design to compensate for LARGE home theater projectors, AVR's, etc...If you are using a Pico or other 'small' projector, OF COURSE this is going to be too large for you. But do NOT blame the product when your projector or ______ device fills up 1/8th the space provided by the shelf. It would be like faulting a home builder for adding a 3 car garage when you only want to put a bicycle in there. These types of comments always frustrate me, because for MY use (and probably many other who have used it like me or WILL use it like me), this shelf deserves HONEST and ACCURATE reviews from people who use it as it was designed to be used.Overall, again, if you have to shelf-mount your projector, this is an EXCELLENT choice. I would easily choose this again if decide to shelf-mount another projector in our home. BUT, if you aren't planning on using a LARGE (think 18-25lb in the roughly 18-20" x 15-17" range, then clearly you are looking at a shelf you shouldn't be, this will be extremely overkill, and only YOUR fault for ordering it. 5Fixable flaw. Sturdy if a small modification is made. Nice looking. This shelf is surprisingly sturdy for a piece of glass glued to a metal base, once a small modification is made. I'm using it to support a 22 pound video projector, which allows me to use the projector's built-in leveling adjustments rather than having to buy an expensive ceiling mount with its own leveling mechanism.The glass surface is about 18 inches wide and protrudes 21 inches from the wall. The back edge of the glass is a little over 5 inches from the wall. The support arm swivels in the wall bracket, allowing the arm to be pointed in different directions, up to the point where the glass touches the wall. The arm fits in the wall bracket snugly enough that the connecting bolt can be tightened to keep it from swiveling accidentally. The glass does not swivel.Mounting:Since some reviewers have reported that the included mounting screws break easily, I bought two 0.25 inch by 2.5 inch lag bolts from a local hardware supplier, and used those instead. I drilled pilot holes through the wall surface and into the stud, lubricated the lag bolts with paraffin from a candle, and screwed them in with a socket wrench.Leveling:The bottom wall screw hole is extra wide, allowing for minor leveling adjustments after the lag bolts are (mostly) screwed into the wall. I left the lag bolts a little loose until the whole thing was assembled, placed a level on the glass surface, positioned the wall bracket such that the shelf was level, and finally tightened the lag bolts to the wall.DEFECT WARNING:On both of the units I received, the black metal disc on the support arm was not flat, which meant the silver disc glued to the glass shelf would not sit flush on the black disc's surface. This left me with two unappealing and possibly dangerous options: Either leaving the attaching screws somewhat loose, or tightening them and possibly causing the silver disc to warp and eventually separate from the glass. (The latter is probably what caused the pop/crack sound I heard when assembling my first unit, which is how I noticed the flaw.) The problem is made worse by the fact that the included screws are so short that only a few threads make contact when the screws are in place. This seems like a major flaw, since I don't want glass falling on people or expensive electronics falling on the ground.I worked around the problem by purchasing some slightly longer screws (M6 12mm I think), and using them with star lock washers to snugly attach the silver disc to the support arm without warping anything but the washers. 4Finest shelf out there! I do not have stock in the company and I don't normally rate things at 5 stars. This is a fine product. When I opened carton, I immediately saw an excellent ass'y guide, all parts packaged very nicely, and all parts were absolutely super quality. The manufacturer has 800 support and spare parts are easily obtained. The glass shelf is very high quality safety glass with the nicest center mounting hub I have ever seen. The screw hardware is tops. I used this shelf to mount a Sony 8" Trinitron CRT TV that still has the best picture I have ever seen. I collect vintage sets, and this shelf allowed me to mount the Sony to be an extra screen in my family room along with my flatscreen. I also use the Sony as a switchable security monitor. The shelf has a substantial load rating of over 30lbs. It is very sturdy. Now, here's the fine print. You MUST find a stud behind your drywall or plaster. Even with paneling, find a stud. I suggest you use an electronic stud detector. The single arm is secured with sizable lag bolts that you need a metric socket and socket wrench with extension, to install. A power drill is needed to do starter holes.. Drill pilot holes of about 5/32". When you install the very large wood screws, make sure you don't drill too big a pilot hole. You want the screws going in very tightly. The bracket plate goes up first. Then you attach the arm with a very large machine screw and a special locking nut that will not back out. You need large metric sockets or open end adjustable wrench and maybe a Channelock wrench. Tighten so arm is hard to move. Next, attach the glass shelf with 3 Allen head bolts to the arm. There are stick on cushions to keep set from slipping on glass. Here's is my additional item- I suggest you buy a long Velcro safety strap to go around tv or your device and the shelf. This is just added protection to prevent a device from galling off the shelf especially if you have kids in the house. This shelf is great for DVRs, sat boxes and whatever you have. Buy a quality cord concealment system and you have a great addition to your home. I also forgot earlier. There are two nice plastic covers that snap on and conceal the workings of the shelf. If mounting on solid concrete, and NOT MORTAR, you have 2 plastic anchors supplied. I, being the older guy that I am, prefer transitional pound in pot metal concrete anchors instead. You don't want this shelf landing on your head. 5great for corner applications I purchased three of these to hold my HDTV components, i.e. dvr, power cleaner/surge protector, amplifier.... They hold the weight and look great, the install was pretty easy. I had to purchase some different bolts, the type that came with the shelf are Phillips and are difficult when you are putting them into a stud. Cable management is good on these as well with the help of zip ties. 5Tough Metal and Plate Glass -- Make Sure You Have a Strong Wall to Install To Heavyweight and sturdy. And super attractive. The combination of polished black metal and that clear plate glass shelf is so incredibly elegant. When you hold it in your hand, everything feels solid, powerful, elegant, heavy. Definitely worth the price.The plastic cover that goes over the wall mount also has vertical wiring channels in it, so you can take everything sitting on the shelf and run the wires back to the wall, then straight up or straight down. Neat wires make a huge difference when you're displaying your equipment on glass!Make sure you apply it to an equally sturdy section of your wall. You can see that the shelf forms a much longer lever than the wall mount; it goes into the wall with only a screw on the top and a screw on the bottom. Any weight you put on the shelf will be trying pretty hard to yank that top screw out. In my case, I didn't have studs where I needed them. It went in well with wall anchors in dry wall, but that's not how they recommend it. We'll see how it holds up -- it feels solid now even with some electronics sitting on the shelf, but that's until some kid tries to yank on it. If it doesn't hold up, the weak spot will be the wall, not the shelf or the screws. The shelf itself is massive and tough. 5Great looking, good function, mounting hardware is want for improvement. The shelf looks great once mounted. The plastic mounting plate cover and arm cap both looked a bit shoddy in the video, but in person they're fine. The mounting plate cover really does function well in helping to organize wires - excess wire can even be wrapped around the base plate arm pivot before being routed through the top or bottom of the plate cover.The glass is solid, nicely beveled, although the angled rear corners are still at a slightly odd angle when the unit is pushed towards the wall such that a corner of glass will still touch the wall, at a reduced angle than if the rear corners were 90 degrees. The steel mount underneath looks nice. The paint job on the base plate and the arm is good, although the "made in China" sticker on the base plate will show through the arm window in the cover plate but is attached with cheap glue and leaves lots of residue if removed - easier to simply color it with a Sharpie.The arm does remain flexible (side-to-side) no matter how tight the bracket is fastened with the bolt. This can be a problem if the shelf is desired to be stationary - it will always budge/wiggle for even light bumps. The bolt is problematic to fasten without two wrenches of proper size (proper size not shown in the directions - I just used a couple of adjustable grips), and even then with both top and bottom bolt and nut gripped hard, there may be some slipping and stripping. Mounting can also be an issue. The screws to attach the base plate are very long and will be difficult for some to drive into the wall stud (this shelf MUST be mounted into a stud - NO drywall mounting!), especially anyone without a variable-size ratchet set since these screws are neither Philips head or flat head. I just tossed them and used 3" Philips head deck screws I could power in. The drill bit diameter recommended in the minimalist instructions seemed too narrow for the included screws but worked fine for standard deck screws.I should give a disclaimer - I assembled the shelf before I mounted the base plate. I did this because my home doesn't have great drywall, and I wanted to make sure the actual glass shelf was level, not just the side and top perimeter of the base plate. My approach increases the level of difficulty for mounting this shelf, although a tv tray with several pillows atop it made a fine balance while it was attached to the wall.The packaging is good - very unlikely to allow breakage of the glass and easy to get into. 4Quality Shelf - Plastic Cable Channel Cover Could Stay On More Securely I really like this component wall shelf. It was installed pretty easily by the company that mounted my new flat screen TV. It seems quite solid, and is supporting my components just fine.I do have two slight negative comments, which are the reasons this is a four-star and not a five-star review. The first is that while this shelf can be installed at angles to the wall, there is no way to easily lock it into one position. I have it tightened pretty well into a straight position, but it is possible to move it, and it shouldn't be. It should just lock. The other minor negative point is that the cover for the cable channel does not stay on as securely as it might.Overall, though, I am pleased with my purchase of this glass component shelf.I hope you found this review helpful. On the other hand, if you did not find this review helpful, I d be interested in hearing why, so that I can attempt to edit it and make it more helpful to both you and others. If you leave a comment on the review, suggesting how it would be more helpful, I promise to respond to your comment, and to attempt to incorporate your suggestion in my review, if it is at all possible for me to do so. My goal is to write reviews that help people, as I have been helped by the reviews others have written. Thanks! 4Works well for large projectors The shelf is large and heavy and this is exactly what I was looking for. I have Epson Home Cinema 4010 projector which I couldn't mount to the ceiling due to throw distance and ceiling shape limitations, so I was looking for a shelf that could support it.The projector is 20.5" wide by 17.7" deep and weighs 28 lb and I quickly realized that there aren't that many shelves that could handle it and look nice. The OmniMount ECSB however, fits perfectly. It is very well made, looks great and very sturdy once attached to the wall stud - no image shake.After reading other reviews I was a bit concerned about glass/metal plate attachment part, but mine looked fine and holds well so far (about 2 months now). I added metal cable with a Kensington lock to the projector as an extra precaution in case the shelf fails. 5I'm very pleased, and here are some tips! This product is as described in the product information. I am happy with this shelf. I read a lot of bad reviews and issues that people had, but I think they didn't read the mounting directions or the description of the product.To clarify a couple of things.1. Don't use the anchors in wall board, or a stud. The directions are clear on this, they are for mounting in concrete.2. Don't mount this in wall board. It is to be mounted in a stud or in Concrete, the directions are clear on this also.3. The bracket that attaches to the wall has a hole at the top and a slot at the bottom, so if it's not exactly level, it can be adjust some. The slot is about 5/8th's of an inch wide, that would give several degrees of side to side angularity adjustment, in case you didn't get the holes lined up perfectly straight one above the other.4. This shelf is fairly stout, it's made to hold 30 pounds if mounted per directions. It's not dainty.5. The glass sits 5-1/4 inches away from the wall, that is so it can swivel side to side. It has bevels at the back corners to allow a little more movement for that also. mounted, the front is about 20 or 21 inches away from the wall, so it sits out there a bit. The glass is over 5/16th's of an inch thick.That should clarify some of the problems I read in the ratings I saw. There is nothing in the directions that says it's ok to mount in wallboard, yet there are complaints about it not holding up when it was... and some used the anchors meant for concrete in studs, this is clearly not per the instructions. Follow them and you won't be disappointed!I would recommend this for anyone that needs a stout shelf that will hold up some weight. I can't answer to the strength of the bond between the metal disk that mounts the glass to the bracket, but it seems to be pretty strong. If it fails, I'll post more about that later! 5
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Description
  • Tempered glass shelf with metal wall plate, concealed bolts and integrated cable management
  • Holds DVD player, VCR, cable box, satellite, etc., with support for up to 30 lbs
  • Pivoting arm for side-to-side movement, black nylon stabilizing strap
  • Includes complete hardware kit for installation, single-stud mounting
  • Dimensions: 18.0 x 9.1 x 20.1 inches (457 x 231 x 571 mm) (W x H x D)
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Perfect for large/heavy projectors I ordered this for a wall mount for my 5040UB projector, and I couldn't be happier. It's like this wall shelf was made for the 5040! Perfect size and fit, but it does take some torque to get the arm to hold in the right position. Keep in mind what I'm using is near the max weight limit! Mounted directly into a stud, and it is holding very strong. I will purchase a second once I step up my audio game and get a dedicated receiver, this will be to mount that directly below the 5040! 5The BEST projector shelf for an Epson 5020 by far!! I wanted to give this shelf at least a year of use before I wrote the review. Some may think that's too long, and some may wonder why I would wait that long, especially for such a shelf, but I'm using it to hold an 18lb Epson 5020 projector. I had looked at different mounts for quite some time, but due to the pitch of the ceiling in my media/theater room, I had to utilize a shelf, and this has proved to be the best choice I could have made.We installed this shelf with drywall toggle-bolts VS hitting a stud, as doing this would give me the most centered placement of the shelf on my back wall. Even with this method of mount, the shelf has worked perfectly.Regarding how far it sticks out from the wall...yes, it does. I haven't measured but 4-5" seems about right. BUT, in my case, the Epson 5020 fills up about 97% of the glass space, leaving some room at the back for the HDMI & power cable to not be tightly-bent when attached. I do NOT see this as any kind of a design FLAW, rather a positive move on the design to compensate for LARGE home theater projectors, AVR's, etc...If you are using a Pico or other 'small' projector, OF COURSE this is going to be too large for you. But do NOT blame the product when your projector or ______ device fills up 1/8th the space provided by the shelf. It would be like faulting a home builder for adding a 3 car garage when you only want to put a bicycle in there. These types of comments always frustrate me, because for MY use (and probably many other who have used it like me or WILL use it like me), this shelf deserves HONEST and ACCURATE reviews from people who use it as it was designed to be used.Overall, again, if you have to shelf-mount your projector, this is an EXCELLENT choice. I would easily choose this again if decide to shelf-mount another projector in our home. BUT, if you aren't planning on using a LARGE (think 18-25lb in the roughly 18-20" x 15-17" range, then clearly you are looking at a shelf you shouldn't be, this will be extremely overkill, and only YOUR fault for ordering it. 5Fixable flaw. Sturdy if a small modification is made. Nice looking. This shelf is surprisingly sturdy for a piece of glass glued to a metal base, once a small modification is made. I'm using it to support a 22 pound video projector, which allows me to use the projector's built-in leveling adjustments rather than having to buy an expensive ceiling mount with its own leveling mechanism.The glass surface is about 18 inches wide and protrudes 21 inches from the wall. The back edge of the glass is a little over 5 inches from the wall. The support arm swivels in the wall bracket, allowing the arm to be pointed in different directions, up to the point where the glass touches the wall. The arm fits in the wall bracket snugly enough that the connecting bolt can be tightened to keep it from swiveling accidentally. The glass does not swivel.Mounting:Since some reviewers have reported that the included mounting screws break easily, I bought two 0.25 inch by 2.5 inch lag bolts from a local hardware supplier, and used those instead. I drilled pilot holes through the wall surface and into the stud, lubricated the lag bolts with paraffin from a candle, and screwed them in with a socket wrench.Leveling:The bottom wall screw hole is extra wide, allowing for minor leveling adjustments after the lag bolts are (mostly) screwed into the wall. I left the lag bolts a little loose until the whole thing was assembled, placed a level on the glass surface, positioned the wall bracket such that the shelf was level, and finally tightened the lag bolts to the wall.DEFECT WARNING:On both of the units I received, the black metal disc on the support arm was not flat, which meant the silver disc glued to the glass shelf would not sit flush on the black disc's surface. This left me with two unappealing and possibly dangerous options: Either leaving the attaching screws somewhat loose, or tightening them and possibly causing the silver disc to warp and eventually separate from the glass. (The latter is probably what caused the pop/crack sound I heard when assembling my first unit, which is how I noticed the flaw.) The problem is made worse by the fact that the included screws are so short that only a few threads make contact when the screws are in place. This seems like a major flaw, since I don't want glass falling on people or expensive electronics falling on the ground.I worked around the problem by purchasing some slightly longer screws (M6 12mm I think), and using them with star lock washers to snugly attach the silver disc to the support arm without warping anything but the washers. 4Finest shelf out there! I do not have stock in the company and I don't normally rate things at 5 stars. This is a fine product. When I opened carton, I immediately saw an excellent ass'y guide, all parts packaged very nicely, and all parts were absolutely super quality. The manufacturer has 800 support and spare parts are easily obtained. The glass shelf is very high quality safety glass with the nicest center mounting hub I have ever seen. The screw hardware is tops. I used this shelf to mount a Sony 8" Trinitron CRT TV that still has the best picture I have ever seen. I collect vintage sets, and this shelf allowed me to mount the Sony to be an extra screen in my family room along with my flatscreen. I also use the Sony as a switchable security monitor. The shelf has a substantial load rating of over 30lbs. It is very sturdy. Now, here's the fine print. You MUST find a stud behind your drywall or plaster. Even with paneling, find a stud. I suggest you use an electronic stud detector. The single arm is secured with sizable lag bolts that you need a metric socket and socket wrench with extension, to install. A power drill is needed to do starter holes.. Drill pilot holes of about 5/32". When you install the very large wood screws, make sure you don't drill too big a pilot hole. You want the screws going in very tightly. The bracket plate goes up first. Then you attach the arm with a very large machine screw and a special locking nut that will not back out. You need large metric sockets or open end adjustable wrench and maybe a Channelock wrench. Tighten so arm is hard to move. Next, attach the glass shelf with 3 Allen head bolts to the arm. There are stick on cushions to keep set from slipping on glass. Here's is my additional item- I suggest you buy a long Velcro safety strap to go around tv or your device and the shelf. This is just added protection to prevent a device from galling off the shelf especially if you have kids in the house. This shelf is great for DVRs, sat boxes and whatever you have. Buy a quality cord concealment system and you have a great addition to your home. I also forgot earlier. There are two nice plastic covers that snap on and conceal the workings of the shelf. If mounting on solid concrete, and NOT MORTAR, you have 2 plastic anchors supplied. I, being the older guy that I am, prefer transitional pound in pot metal concrete anchors instead. You don't want this shelf landing on your head. 5great for corner applications I purchased three of these to hold my HDTV components, i.e. dvr, power cleaner/surge protector, amplifier.... They hold the weight and look great, the install was pretty easy. I had to purchase some different bolts, the type that came with the shelf are Phillips and are difficult when you are putting them into a stud. Cable management is good on these as well with the help of zip ties. 5Tough Metal and Plate Glass -- Make Sure You Have a Strong Wall to Install To Heavyweight and sturdy. And super attractive. The combination of polished black metal and that clear plate glass shelf is so incredibly elegant. When you hold it in your hand, everything feels solid, powerful, elegant, heavy. Definitely worth the price.The plastic cover that goes over the wall mount also has vertical wiring channels in it, so you can take everything sitting on the shelf and run the wires back to the wall, then straight up or straight down. Neat wires make a huge difference when you're displaying your equipment on glass!Make sure you apply it to an equally sturdy section of your wall. You can see that the shelf forms a much longer lever than the wall mount; it goes into the wall with only a screw on the top and a screw on the bottom. Any weight you put on the shelf will be trying pretty hard to yank that top screw out. In my case, I didn't have studs where I needed them. It went in well with wall anchors in dry wall, but that's not how they recommend it. We'll see how it holds up -- it feels solid now even with some electronics sitting on the shelf, but that's until some kid tries to yank on it. If it doesn't hold up, the weak spot will be the wall, not the shelf or the screws. The shelf itself is massive and tough. 5Great looking, good function, mounting hardware is want for improvement. The shelf looks great once mounted. The plastic mounting plate cover and arm cap both looked a bit shoddy in the video, but in person they're fine. The mounting plate cover really does function well in helping to organize wires - excess wire can even be wrapped around the base plate arm pivot before being routed through the top or bottom of the plate cover.The glass is solid, nicely beveled, although the angled rear corners are still at a slightly odd angle when the unit is pushed towards the wall such that a corner of glass will still touch the wall, at a reduced angle than if the rear corners were 90 degrees. The steel mount underneath looks nice. The paint job on the base plate and the arm is good, although the "made in China" sticker on the base plate will show through the arm window in the cover plate but is attached with cheap glue and leaves lots of residue if removed - easier to simply color it with a Sharpie.The arm does remain flexible (side-to-side) no matter how tight the bracket is fastened with the bolt. This can be a problem if the shelf is desired to be stationary - it will always budge/wiggle for even light bumps. The bolt is problematic to fasten without two wrenches of proper size (proper size not shown in the directions - I just used a couple of adjustable grips), and even then with both top and bottom bolt and nut gripped hard, there may be some slipping and stripping. Mounting can also be an issue. The screws to attach the base plate are very long and will be difficult for some to drive into the wall stud (this shelf MUST be mounted into a stud - NO drywall mounting!), especially anyone without a variable-size ratchet set since these screws are neither Philips head or flat head. I just tossed them and used 3" Philips head deck screws I could power in. The drill bit diameter recommended in the minimalist instructions seemed too narrow for the included screws but worked fine for standard deck screws.I should give a disclaimer - I assembled the shelf before I mounted the base plate. I did this because my home doesn't have great drywall, and I wanted to make sure the actual glass shelf was level, not just the side and top perimeter of the base plate. My approach increases the level of difficulty for mounting this shelf, although a tv tray with several pillows atop it made a fine balance while it was attached to the wall.The packaging is good - very unlikely to allow breakage of the glass and easy to get into. 4Quality Shelf - Plastic Cable Channel Cover Could Stay On More Securely I really like this component wall shelf. It was installed pretty easily by the company that mounted my new flat screen TV. It seems quite solid, and is supporting my components just fine.I do have two slight negative comments, which are the reasons this is a four-star and not a five-star review. The first is that while this shelf can be installed at angles to the wall, there is no way to easily lock it into one position. I have it tightened pretty well into a straight position, but it is possible to move it, and it shouldn't be. It should just lock. The other minor negative point is that the cover for the cable channel does not stay on as securely as it might.Overall, though, I am pleased with my purchase of this glass component shelf.I hope you found this review helpful. On the other hand, if you did not find this review helpful, I d be interested in hearing why, so that I can attempt to edit it and make it more helpful to both you and others. If you leave a comment on the review, suggesting how it would be more helpful, I promise to respond to your comment, and to attempt to incorporate your suggestion in my review, if it is at all possible for me to do so. My goal is to write reviews that help people, as I have been helped by the reviews others have written. Thanks! 4Works well for large projectors The shelf is large and heavy and this is exactly what I was looking for. I have Epson Home Cinema 4010 projector which I couldn't mount to the ceiling due to throw distance and ceiling shape limitations, so I was looking for a shelf that could support it.The projector is 20.5" wide by 17.7" deep and weighs 28 lb and I quickly realized that there aren't that many shelves that could handle it and look nice. The OmniMount ECSB however, fits perfectly. It is very well made, looks great and very sturdy once attached to the wall stud - no image shake.After reading other reviews I was a bit concerned about glass/metal plate attachment part, but mine looked fine and holds well so far (about 2 months now). I added metal cable with a Kensington lock to the projector as an extra precaution in case the shelf fails. 5I'm very pleased, and here are some tips! This product is as described in the product information. I am happy with this shelf. I read a lot of bad reviews and issues that people had, but I think they didn't read the mounting directions or the description of the product.To clarify a couple of things.1. Don't use the anchors in wall board, or a stud. The directions are clear on this, they are for mounting in concrete.2. Don't mount this in wall board. It is to be mounted in a stud or in Concrete, the directions are clear on this also.3. The bracket that attaches to the wall has a hole at the top and a slot at the bottom, so if it's not exactly level, it can be adjust some. The slot is about 5/8th's of an inch wide, that would give several degrees of side to side angularity adjustment, in case you didn't get the holes lined up perfectly straight one above the other.4. This shelf is fairly stout, it's made to hold 30 pounds if mounted per directions. It's not dainty.5. The glass sits 5-1/4 inches away from the wall, that is so it can swivel side to side. It has bevels at the back corners to allow a little more movement for that also. mounted, the front is about 20 or 21 inches away from the wall, so it sits out there a bit. The glass is over 5/16th's of an inch thick.That should clarify some of the problems I read in the ratings I saw. There is nothing in the directions that says it's ok to mount in wallboard, yet there are complaints about it not holding up when it was... and some used the anchors meant for concrete in studs, this is clearly not per the instructions. Follow them and you won't be disappointed!I would recommend this for anyone that needs a stout shelf that will hold up some weight. I can't answer to the strength of the bond between the metal disk that mounts the glass to the bracket, but it seems to be pretty strong. If it fails, I'll post more about that later! 5
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