TV Stands. Thursday , September 21st , 2017 - 10:13:24 AM
For a classy and sophisticated interior, installing a wall TV stand is the way to go. It clears up floor space and is safer for kids and pets, especially in small spaces where injuries can be sustained when televisions fall. Another benefit is that a mounted wall TV stand is the perfect set up for surround-sound systems, Blu-ray players, and video game consoles but only if there is a way to hide all the cords. Otherwise the setup can look like a mess. Wireless systems are an option, but not every element will have a wireless technology option.
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.
Firstly, the wall mounted stand is widely recognized as being one of the most stylish ways to display your TV monitor. Fixed entirely to the wall, this makes for a very contemporary look that is both sleek and minimalist, and therefore perfect for the modern home. Many of these types of stands are actually deceptively complex however, and will have features such as hidden areas to tidy away cables, as well as plenty of space for equipment such as games consoles, DVD players or Free view boxes. Just remember, if you have a lot of equipment, make sure that your stand has enough room for them.
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