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Tilting mounts are slim, sleekly designed and easy to install like the low profile mounts, but tilting TV wall mounts offer the benefit of increased functionality. The main advantage of this type of installation is the ability to adjust the angle of the TV screen relative to your viewing position. If you are slightly limited as to the location of your HDTV on your wall, then being able to angle the screen can help to overcome this. The angle adjustment also helps reduce screen reflections from windows or room lights. These types also are very versatile and do not put stress on the wall.
The main downside of this type of wall mount is that it will be generally be more expensive than a flat wall mount - but it will be worth paying slightly more if you will benefit from the advantages mentioned above.
Other disadvantage of this type is that it requires more space and as a result they can extend 2?-3? from the wall. A tilting also have limited options to adjust the screen position compared to swivel and articulating mounts, and can't be placed in room corners.