Video Mount Products' New TT -LCD20B Turntable Brings Even More Flexibility to Viewing Flat Screens

The TT-LCD20B Turntable Holds LCD TVs up to 75 lbs. and Allows Viewing from any Angle

STEVENSVILLE, Md., Jan. 25, 2008 - Video Mount Products (, a leading provider of mounting solutions for the video, audio, and security industries, is proud to announce that it will feature its new TT -LCD20B flat screen turntable at the Spring 2008 Electronic House Expo, held in Orlando, Fla. from March 13 -15 at the Orange County Convention Center, booth 2123.

"Mounting an LCD screen on a wall may not always be an option, yet the consumer still may want the ability to view the TV anywhere in the room because the TV's included stand will not do the job," said Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. "The purpose of the VMP TT -LCD20B is to bring the convenience of smaller LCD displays to these environments that have limited viewing options. The TT -LCD20B allows the consumer the flexibility of placing the LCD on a wider variety of surfaces throughout the home or office, from the kitchen to the bedroom to the boardroom, where any appropriate viewing surface is available. The TT -LCD20B's rugged yet sleek design makes it look right at home wherever the LCD display is desired."

Additional TT -LCD20B features include:
• 20 -inch wide platform
• 14 -inch deep platform
• 75 lb. load capacity
• black and silver finishes available (TT -LCD20S silver finish model)
• MSRP: $46.95

For more information, please visit or call (410) 643 -6390.


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