TV Stands. Monday , September 18th , 2017 - 14:17:53 PM
Plus, the ability for storing movies, books, games and other entertainment helps keep a room from looking too cluttered. A TV stand takes up more room than a wall TV stand. Anyone with little floor area will benefit from wall versions. Rare types of wall stands have places to store things but they can be difficult to find. The simple benefit of avoiding knocking a TV over is usually enough for most. Not only can someone get hurt, but they can break a very expensive television.
TV Stands are designed for supporting and displaying home entertainment systems. This can include televisions, DVD players, set top boxes (cable, Freeview or satellite) and video game consoles. Many leading brand names such as Sony, Panasonic and Phillips manufacture TV stands designed to support a range of different home entertainment systems including LCD, LED and plasma televisions. There are various different types of TV stand available. These include corner cabinets, floor stands, pedestal stands and also cantilever stands. TV stands can be made from wood, glass, plastic and various different metals. You will need to think about how much space is available and what equipment you want to display when choosing a TV stand for your home.
There are two basic types of TV stand on the market today, each of which has a distinctive design and structure which set sit apart from the other; these are the floor and wall mounted TV stands. The former is the type of stand that we are all familiar with, one that is placed on the floor and supports a standing TV screen and other equipment. The wall mounted stand is different in that it is attached solely to the wall. This can consist of a shelf-like design which holds a regular standing television monitor, or one where the TV itself is slotted into place and does not "stand" on anything. Both of these have their advantages and flaws, which will be explored below.
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