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2022 VIZIO M-Series Q6 and QX wall mount compatibility guide

In 2022, VIZIO released the M-Series Q6 and M-Series QX TV models. If you have one of these 4K Quantum television sets and would like it mounted up on a wall, then you can check out this mounting bracket compatibility guide from Seeking Tech.

Screen Size

This article will be covering the following screen sizes (the model numbers are for the U.S. region and may be different if you got your TV from another region):

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M43Q6M-K04)
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M50QXM-K01)
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M55Q6M-K01)
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M65QXM-K03)
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M65Q6M-K04)
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M70Q6M-K03)
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M75QXM-K03)
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6 4K Quantum Color Smart TV (M75Q6M-K03)

Dimensions

To start off, make sure you have enough room on the wall to fit your television screen. Keep in mind that, if you want to put your M-Series Q6 or M-Series QX on a dry wall, you will be limited to putting the TV on studs.

You can find the dimensions for all the screen sizes, without the inclusion of the optional stand, below:

Dimensions without Stand (in inches):

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6: 37.70″ x 21.90″ x 2.60″
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX: 43.81″ x 25.48″ x 3.41″
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 48.35″ x 28.07″ x 3.19″
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX: 56.90″ x 32.70″ x 2.90″
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 56.90″ x 32.60″ x 3.30″
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 61.10″ x 35.40″ x 2.90″
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX: 65.70″ x 37.70″ x 2.90″
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 65.70″ x 37.70″ x 2.90″

Dimensions without Stand (in centimeters):

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6: 95.8 cm x 55.6 cm x 6.6 cm
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX: 111.3 cm x 64.7 cm x 8.7 cm
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 122.8 cm x 71.3 cm x 8.1 cm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX: 144.5 cm x 83.1 cm x 7.4 cm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 144.5 cm x 82.8 cm x 8.4 cm
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 155.2 cm x 89.9 cm x 7.4 cm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX: 166.9 cm x 95.8 cm x 7.4 cm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 166.9 cm x 95.8 cm x 7.4 cm

Dimensions without Stand (in millimeters):

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6: 957.6 mm x 556.3 mm x 66.0 mm
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX: 1112.8 mm x 647.2 mm x 86.6 mm
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 1228.1 mm x 713.0 mm x 81.0 mm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX: 1445.3 mm x 830.6 mm x 73.7 mm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 1445.3 mm x 828.0 mm x 83.8 mm
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 1551.9 mm x 899.2 mm x 73.7 mm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX: 1668.8 mm x 957.6 mm x 73.7 mm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 1668.8 mm x 957.6 mm x 73.7 mm

Weight (without Stand)

The fixed, tilting or mounting bracket needs to be built strong enough to easily hold the weight of your 2022 VIZIO M-Series Q6 or QX television set.

The good news is that both of these models are extremely lightweight as the heaviest TV weighs in at just 64.60 lbs. (or 29.3 kg). Therefore, most wall mounts should be able to easily hold up these televisions.

You can check out the weight measurements, in both pounds and kilograms, below:

Weight without Stand (in pounds):

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6: 16.31 lbs.
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX: 26.28 lbs.
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 29.39 lbs.
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX: 44.40 lbs.
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 39.32 lbs.
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 54.50 lbs.
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX: 64.60 lbs.
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 63.70 lbs.

Weight without Stand (in kilograms):

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6: 7.4 kg
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX: 11.9 kg
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 13.3 kg
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX: 20.1 kg
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 17.8 kg
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 24.7 kg
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX: 29.3 kg
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 28.9 kg

VESA Mounting Pattern

You also need to make sure that you are able to attach the wall mount to the back of your M-Series Q6 or M-Series QX.

Your VIZIO M-Series TV should have four screw holes, which is used for mounting brackets, located at the back. The television industry uses VESA Mounting Pattern (or VESA Hole Pitch) as a standard in order to measure the horizontal and vertical distances of these mounting screw holes in millimeters.

You can take a look at the measurements below:

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6: 200 mm x 100 mm
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX: 200 mm x 200 mm
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 300 mm x 200 mm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX: 400 mm x 200 mm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 400 mm x 200 mm
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 400 mm x 200 mm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX: 400 mm x 200 mm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 400 mm x 200 mm
VESA Mounting Pattern (example from different TV).

Mounting Screw Type

You need to use the M4 screw type for putting the mounting bracket on a 43-inch version of the M-Series Q6.

For the bigger screen sizes of the M-Series Q6, as well as all screen sizes of the M-Series QX, you need to use the M6 screw type for installing the bracket on the back of the screen.

Mounting Screw Hole Depth

You can also find the depth of the mounting screw holes below:

  • 43″ VIZIO M-Series Q6: 10 mm
  • 50” VIZIO M-Series QX: 14 mm
  • 55” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 14 mm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series QX: 12 mm
  • 65” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 10 mm
  • 70” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 12 mm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series QX: 12 mm
  • 75” VIZIO M-Series Q6: 12 mm

What wall mounts are compatible with the 2022 VIZIO M-Series Q6 and QX?

If you are looking for a compatible wall mount, then it needs to be able to support the VESA Mounting Pattern of your M-Series Q6 or M-Series QX screen size.

Furthermore, the product also needs to support the weight of your television set, which shouldn’t be an issue for these TVs weight 64.60 lbs. (or 29.3 kg) at most.

For specific product recommendations in regards to a compatible fixed, tilting or full mounting wall mount for these VIZIO screens, then you can take a look at this article.

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